Ed Reep, whose heroic work as a combat artist during World War II launched a decades-long career that earned national acclaim, died Thursday in Bakersfield surrounded by his family. He was 94. "Probably he's most well-known for his watercolors," said his daughter, Susan Reep. "World War II is so important and so in focus right now as so many of the World War II veterans...
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It took almost seven decades, but on March 22, the family of Alonzo Haynes finally received the Purple Heart and Bronze Star he earned in World War II.
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A blood type that can turn blood transfusions deadly has proven a perplexing mystery for 60 years.
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WASHINGTON -- Looking out at the World War II Memorial, Rudy Moraga is quiet for a moment as he composes his thought about his military service seven decades ago.
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It appears the mystery surrounding the 15 World War I-era rifles relocated earlier this month has been solved. One week after borough officials questioned who the "unclaimed" rifles belong to, former Mayor James Gray claimed they are the property of the
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Almost 70 years after a World War II airman from crashed in the jungle, his family will bury him in a Pendleton cemetery.
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The two brothers accused of blowing up homemade bombs at the Boston Marathon came from a Chechen family that for decades had been tossed from one country to another by war and persecution.
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A 91-year-old World War II vet could lose his biggest battle yet: the fight to stay inside the home he’s lived in for more than five decades.
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WILKES-BARRE - An only child and sole provider for his widowed mother, John Gosciewski didn't have to join the World War II effort. But still he volunteered with his friends to serve. Now, decades later, the 89-year-old Kingston man has finally gotten h
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