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Exactly seventy-five years ago, a CBS Radio broadcast of “The War of the Worlds,” produced and directed by Orson Welles, sent Americans into widespread panic.
“We thought this would be the appropriate way for us to affirm that God’s love extends to people of all gender and sexual preferences,” says David W. Brown, an associate minister at Arch Street United Methodist Church.
The retailing leviathan Walmart has been on an internal-promotions binge this year, and on Tuesday a corporate executive visited the Walmart store in South Philadelphia to personally promote six employees.
Jay, his wife, and their baby receive $180 per month in “SNAP” benefits, but that is about to drop to $150 per month.
A U.S. Navy spokesperson says the shooter is a National Guardsman.
“To save lives, the first officers to arrive must sometimes be the first ones to directly engage an active shooter,” attorney general Eric Holder acknowledged.
Common Application officials say they’ve fixed a couple of issues, including one that led students to submit application payments multiple times.
The deal struck funds the government only through mid-January, and allows the nation to borrow through February 7th.
Forty-seven applicants from 32 countries across the globe raised their hands and recited in unison their allegiance to a new land.
After a sixteen-day shutdown, the visitors’ center, the theatre, the trails and the buildings are open.
Just hours before the midnight deadline, a deal is struck.
As Congress works on a plan to raise the debt ceiling, taxpayers may be wondering how they will be affected if there is no agreement.
With the special election to fill New Jersey’s vacant Senate seat in Congress just a few days away, Democrat Newark Mayor Cory Booker and Republican Steve Lonegan are hitting the campaign trail hard.
The Pentagon can no longer issue the $100,000 payment to the family of a dead service member so funerals and other immediate needs can be met.