Pearl Harbor: A New Yorker's journey through hell, 75 years later
Sun, 04 Dec 2016 09:48:08 GMT
The battleships U.S.S. West Virginia and U.S.S. Tennessee sat low in the water, burning after Japan's surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. Armando Galella was a 20-year-old kid from Sleepy Hollow, N.Y., an Army enlistee now 5,000 miles west of Washington Irving's old Hudson Valley haunts.

Howarda s arm, legs power No. 14 West Virginia past slumping Baylor
Sun, 04 Dec 2016 09:28:53 GMT
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Commentary: Electoral college system not perfect, but excellent
Sun, 04 Dec 2016 08:57:31 GMT
In one of the more bizarre twists in this incredibly bizarre year, Donald Trump now questions the legitimacy of ballots cast in an election that he won. Faced with a recount in Michigan that he opposes, but that is almost certain to confirm his victory, Trump has once again taken to Twitter to rail about a "rigged" system -- though apparently it's rigged only in the states he lost.

Profit and passion drive increase in value-added producers
Sun, 04 Dec 2016 08:36:09 GMT
Joseph P. Shultz produces about 1 million pounds of milk each year at his Ara-Kuh Farm in Lowville, a farm he has owned and operated for more than 20 years. Mr. Shultz purchased the farm from his parents, Thomas E. and Peggy G. Schultz, in 1994; his family worked in the industry for decades.

Obamacare is probably toast - and that's bad news for a lot of Trump voters
Sun, 04 Dec 2016 08:00:46 GMT
Donald Trump has chosen GOP Rep. Tom Price of Georgia, a longtime critic of the Affordable Care Act, as his secretary for Health and Human Services. This likely means that, at best, the health law will be repealed and replaced by something that covers far fewer people, or that, at worst, it will get repealed outright, leaving even more people without coverage.

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