“Everybody felt like it was a privilege every day to be on set telling this story.”
“Nothing can happen to a Tootsie Roll. We have some that were made in 1938 that we still eat,” Tootsie Roll CEO Melvin Gordon told the AP in 1996.
What is the “designated survivor”? (Read about him here: usatoday.com/story/theoval/2015/01/20/obama-designated-survivor-state-of-the-union-ernest-moniz-sally-jewell/22051655/) How much did you learn from Tuesday’s “Daily News Article” on the State of the Union? Take a quiz at: usatoday.com
“My father told me, certain things you have to sacrifice.”
Huntley and Shambrey enlisted in 1942. They were shipped overseas to Italy in 1944 with the 100th Fighter Squadron of the Army Air Force’s 332nd Fighter Group. As mechanics, they kept the combat planes flying.
“In the same way that the civilized world stood today with France against terror, so it must stand with Israel against terror.”
When a Texas plumber sold his truck he never imagined its second life–as a war machine for ISIS.
A jail in Italy has opened the country’s only bakery behind bars.
“It’s to pay respects to the 2,400 who died that day, 1,177 on the Arizona.”
French farmers take sheep flocks to Eiffel Tower to protest ‘govt-protected’ wolves French farmers herded their sheep to the Eiffel Tower on November 27th to protest against the growing number of attacks on their flocks by wolves, which they argue are protected by the government. The farmers brought around 250 sheep to central Paris to […]