The usual Sunday morning quiet prevailed at Pearl Harbor Naval Base on December 7, 1941. Shortly before 7 a.m., while most personnel slept off the effects of the previous night s libations, Army nurse Myrtle Watson reported for duty at Schofield Barracks hospital.


On a brisk fall afternoon in Illinois, June Lauter s phone barely gets through a full ring when she answers with a lively, Well, hello! How are you today?!

Sure they re called man s best friend, but how much do we really know about dogs? ' For instance, what does Fido think about all day?

When Judith Jones first pulled Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking from the manuscript pile in 1960, she held in her hands the key to a new world of cuisine for Americans.


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World War II left an indelible mark on the world and on the many brave men and women who served. Now, a new film will give the rest of us a true sense of the WWII experience through the wonders of modern technology.Beyond All Boundariesis a 4-D film opening Nov.
When compact discs introduced consumers to digital audio in 1983, it appeared as though the vinyl record had met its demise.

Writers have produced arguably more books about Abraham Lincoln in the last 140 years than any other president in American history.


It s been called the best-kept secret in health care. For over 200 years, the U.S. government has successfully provided free health care to American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/AN) first, as part of the War Department and later as part of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Since the 1950s, the U.S.