Latest News for: American harbors


Frontier Airlines' new nonstop from Phoenix to this Western playground: How to fly for $19

Azcentral 29 Feb 2024
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport will get its first nonstop flight to a northwestern U.S ... It also adds another nonstop route to Montana out of Sky Harbor, joining American Airlines' flights to Billings.

OPINION Bevacqua: Important events in Guam history during February

Guam Pacific Daily News 29 Feb 2024
In February 1856, an American merchant ship stopped at Apra Harbor, bringing two passengers from Manila, Philippines — Silvestre Palomo and Francisco Tudela ... 1, 1899, the American flag was raised for the first time at the Hagåtña palacio.

Common sense solution

Omaha World-Herald 29 Feb 2024
... Americans are still entombed.

Owning Ourselves

The Epoch Times 29 Feb 2024
On Dec. 7, 1941, such a catastrophe struck the United States when the forces of Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. That attack swiftly upset the routine lives of millions of Americans ... ....

Letters to the Editor: The Supreme Court confirmed it’s in Donald Trump’s corner

The Los Angeles Times 29 Feb 2024
To the editor. Breaking news — the U.S ... Circuit Court of Appeals? No ... James Zimring, Tarzana . ... The fact that this Orwellian doublethink is taken seriously says all we need to know about American capacity for rational thought. Brian Masson, Harbor City ..

Aaron Bushnell’s self-immolation sparks Pentagon inquiry from Tom Cotton on how he was ‘allowed to serve’

New York Post 29 Feb 2024
Sen ... The Republican, an Army veteran who served in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, contended that Bushnell “obviously harbored extreme, anti-American views.” 4 ... X/Talia Jane ... Revealed ... 4. Sen ... CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images ... 4 ... Getty Images 4.

The Public Pulse: The folly has left the station; Common sense solution; Washington logjam

Omaha World-Herald 29 Feb 2024
Last month I had the incredible opportunity to visit Pearl Harbor in Hawaii and visit the USS Arizona Memorial, where 900 Americans are still entombed ... homeland, forced conscription of 10 million men, and the death of 400,000 Americans ... Simple choice.

Bits and Pieces 02.29.24

The East Hampton Star 28 Feb 2024
The village's Eastville Community Historical Society, whose mission is to link the African-American, Native American, and European cultures of historic Sag Harbor, will be the focus of the next program in the series, on Sunday from 11 a.m.

Letter to the editor: Haven't we learned from history?

The Alliance Review 28 Feb 2024
History tells of the Japanese sneak attack of Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. This infamous day killed 2,403 Americans. The Pacific War was the U.S. response by island to island ... Nearly 112,000 Americans died in fighting to repay Japan for its sneak attack.

Honorary doctorate from UT recognizes Bob Booker's leadership and courage | Opinion

Knox News 28 Feb 2024
That’s why it was so meaningful earlier this month to gather at the home of Robert J ... Dr. Booker, like many African American Tennesseans of his time, harbored aspirations to attend the University of Tennessee but was denied admission due to his race.

Former British PM Liz Truss Presents “Trussonomics” at the U.S. Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC)

GlobalResearch 28 Feb 2024
With such a blotted record, the vacuous, inane Truss felt that her experiences were worthy of recounting to the Conservative Political Action Conference, held at National Harbor, Maryland between February 22 and 24.

Conspiracy theorists think WWII era executive order gives migrants $5k visa gift cards

The Daily Dot 27 Feb 2024
The Democrats have let me know I am DEAD LAST as an American ... What about you?” ... The Executive Order allowed the US military to send 120,000, many of whom were Japanese American, to internment camps following the attack on Pearl Harbor ... Why it matters ... .

Smithsonian exhibit on U.S. democracy coming to Cold Spring Harbor gallery

Newsday 26 Feb 2024
... with the Museum Association of New York, and features an essay by America’s first published African American poet Jupiter Hammon, who was born into slavery in 1711 at Lloyd Manor in Lloyd Harbor.

Press Gaggle by Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre En Route Queens, NY

The White House 26 Feb 2024
Since the decision came down, Americans have read the devastating reports of families seeking fertility care who don’t know what to do or where to turn ... This is an issue that the American people — majority of American people care about.