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Hundreds brave weather to lay wreaths at Arlington Cemetery

Tens of thousands of volunteers will fan out across Arlington National Cemetery to set hundreds of thousands of donated wreaths at the headstones of those laid to rest there. The Wreaths Across America project has become an annual tradition at Arlington. It began in 1992 when a Maine wreathmaker donated 5,000 surplus wreaths to the

Have You Read the Constitution?

Paul Jacob, Last week’s Man of the Week? No brainer: Khizr Khan, a Muslim and Pakistani immigrant. Why? Khan, who lost his son, an Army captain, to a suicide bomber in Iraq, eloquently addressed the Democratic National Convention and posed the Question of the Century. “Tonight, we are honored to stand here as the parents