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“The Star-Spangled Banner” turns 200 this weekend.
Mr. Murphy, a ranking CIA official during the Cold War, wrote two well-received books about Soviet affairs.
Lt. Gen. Jubal Early’s invasion of the North ended in the District with a desperate Northern defense.
Mr. Hathaway assembled a team that led to the arrest of Aldrich Ames, who sold secrets to the Soviets.
Congressional Gold Medals are awarded to more groups who helped America in world-war era.
Justice Scalia delivered the oath of citizenship to 16 people at an event marking Lincoln’s famous speech.
Government Printing Office says it’s the first time the ‘complete, official version’ has been made available.
The agency marked the upcoming 50th anniversary of JFK’s death by releasing a digital version of his assassination report.
The last living World War II recipients of the Medal of Honor are being honored on Veterans Day.
The Veterans Affairs secretary is trying to transform a giant bureacracy to better care for veterans.