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Remembering Those Who Gave All on D-Day 70th Anniversary

Connie Milstein | Posted 08.06.2014 | Impact
Connie Milstein

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to visit France for the anniversary events. But it's important for millions more Americans to constantly be aware of the important sacrifice our military personnel made for us then and continue to make for us now.

Listen to the D-Day Generation, Their Time Is Running Short

Jim Moore | Posted 08.05.2014 | Politics
Jim Moore

By June 6, 1944, World War II touched just about every family and community in America. We have not participated so personally in anything like it since, and we have grown apart from the men and women who continue to fight and die in conflicts that require only our tax dollars for support.

At 93, D-Day Veteran To Jump Into Normandy Again

Reuters | Posted 08.04.2014 | World

By Kim Palmer CLEVELAND, June 4 (Reuters) - Seventy years ago, Jim "Pee Wee" Martin parachuted into France, behind German enemy lines,...

Branding Goes Big

Tom Silva | Posted 11.26.2013 | Business
Tom Silva

In the striking Kate Winslet film, Little Children, there's a scene where her husband is questioned about his job at a marketing firm. "No," he corre...

PHOTOS: The Eerie Beauty Of WW2 Bunkers

Posted 01.08.2013 | Travel

For anyone who has visited the beaches of Normandy and the American cemetery there, the eerie beauty of the area is tempered by its haunting past. ...

Veterans Remember D-Day

Posted 06.06.2012 | Politics

By SARAH PARNASS, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON -- World War II veterans Josephine and Murray Bussard are commemorating the 68th anniversary of D...

D-Day Anniversary Marked With Release Of Rare Color Photos

Posted 06.06.2012 | World

Sixty-eight years ago, a brave U.S. Army major from Pennsylvania and his fellow soldiers parachuted into France on a mission to destroy four German 10...

The Other Side of Normandy

Andy Kutler | Posted 05.25.2011 | Travel
Andy Kutler

For thirty nine years, I thought I knew about World War II, considering myself a veritable scholar. Yet only now, in my fortieth year, do I realize the full breadth of my ignorance.