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He arrived with a provocative, newspaper-ready take: "I was very much disappointed in the Atlantic Ocean. It was very tame," he reportedly told the New York Sun, spurring bemused headlines across the country, according to an archive by writer John Cooper.
"One interview was with a reporter from The New York Sun. That same evening he gave another interview to a reporter from The Boston Globe.
21, 1897 edition of The (New York) Sun: Dear Bill, I am 8 years old. Some of my little friends say that we can do whatever we want and we don't need to follow the law if we don't agree with it.
David Sandbank, director of the New York Sun program at New York state Energy Research and Development Agency, has overseen 64,000 solar installations since 2012 and said that his program doesn't have any oversight over community DG.
The New York Sun, for its part, added: "Can art this ingratiating be taken seriously? The question dogs critical appraisal of Wolf Kahn.
Usually when a president agrees to send more troops to a war zone, it's part of a broader strategy. George W. Bush approved the surge of forces to Iraq as part of a population-centric counterinsurgency war plan.
President Donald Trump arrives in the Diplomatic Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday. In a meeting of the National Security Council, according to two administration officials, Trump declined to make a decision to lift the so-called force ...
Previously, Kiefer worked as a writer for The New York Times Rome bureau, reported for The New York Sun, and founded the Los Angeles-based digital publication L.A.
... of the FBI, a German official "began to build a propaganda machine in the United States; the Germans secretly gained control of a major New York newspaper, the Evening Mail; their front men negotiated to buy The Washington Post and the New York Sun.
NEW YORK - Sun worshippers might someday be able to get a tan without exposing their skin to the harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation that's responsible for skin cancers, a new study suggests.
... the FBI, a German official "began to build a propaganda machine in the United States; the Germans secretly gained control of of a major New York newspaper, the Evening Mail; their front men negotiated to buy the Washington Post and the New York Sun.
The headline of the New York Sun's story read, "Trump Scoffs at U.N.'s Plan For New H.Q.," and quoted Trump, then the head of Trump Organization, saying the U.N.
... the FBI, a German official "began to build a propaganda machine in the United States; the Germans secretly gained control of of a major New York newspaper, the Evening Mail; their front men negotiated to buy The Washington Post and the New York Sun.
Her influential columns in the New York Sun helped shift public opinion in favor of the United States' annexation of Texas.
Conservatives are ramping up the pressure on House GOP leaders to abandon the border-adjustment tax proposal and move on with tax reform.
Just as the headline refers to the 1890's news story in The (New York) Sun, there is funding in the capital world for many business if they cannot get it from traditional local or institutional banks.
... ancient Hawaiian culture. STYLE wars (1983): A remarkable document of New York City Graffiti culture at its height. "After seeing Style Wars, one can't help but long for a bit of the chaos and creativity of the graffiti years.
In 1915 a collector wrote a letter to the New York Sun telling of his search for 1877 cents. It began in 1881 and ended in 1896.
According to the New York Sun, Boots went off as the 3-1 favorite, running at age six. The giant gelding Stromboli (by Fair Play), winner of such races as the Manhattan, the Suburban, the Jerome, the Saratoga Handicap, and the Metropolitan, was also in ...
A new urgent care facility opens in the Town of Plattsburgh on May 25. Five Star Urgent Care will bring 15-20 jobs to the area and serve upwards of 80 patients per day.
He was the senior national security correspondent for the Daily Beast and covered national security and intelligence for the Washington Times, the New York Sun and UPI. For more columns from Bloomberg View, visit http://www.bloomberg.com/view. (c) 2017 ...
He was the senior national security correspondent for the Daily Beast and covered national security and intelligence for the Washington Times, the New York Sun and UPI. For more columns from Bloomberg View, visit http://www.bloomberg.com/view. (c) 2017 ...
Though Mather's family had New England roots, he was born in California and attended private school in San Francisco and the University of California.
... in Kabul does not have the luxury of time. Lake is a Bloomberg View columnist. He was the senior national security correspondent for the Daily Beast and covered national security and intelligence for the Washington Times, the New York Sun and UPI.
According to the New York Sun, in the course of Robert Moses' career, he "built 13 bridges, 416 miles of parkways, 658 playgrounds, and 150,000 housing units, spending $150 billion in today's dollars," without ever once holding an elected office.
A new Afghanistan war strategy approved last month by President Donald Trump's top military and national security advisers would require at least 50,000 U.S.
"Why do we accept that for Defense?" Russell Berman is a senior associate editor at The Atlantic, where he covers political news.
The domed Green Point Savings Bank was designed by the firm Helmle and Huberty, which also designed several buildings in Prospect Park, including the tennis House and the triumphant shelter pavilion in Msgr.
Eli Lake is a Bloomberg View columnist. He was the senior national security correspondent for the Daily Beast and covered national security and intelligence for the Washington Times, the New York Sun and UPI.
He was the senior national security correspondent for the Daily Beast and covered national security and intelligence for the Washington Times, the New York Sun and UPI. For more columns from Bloomberg View, visit http://www.bloomberg.com/view.
The San Francisco Mint struck only 24 dimes in 1894. Fewer than half of them are known to survive. The sale of an existing specimen and the ongoing search for the missing 1894-S dimes has attracted attention practically since the day they were minted.
He was the senior national security correspondent for the Daily Beast and covered national security and intelligence for the Washington Times, the New York Sun and UPI. By Eli Lake | Bloomberg View. One way you know the president is in trouble is that, ...
(Bloomberg View) -- A new Afghanistan war strategy approved last month by President Donald Trump's top military and national security advisers would require at least 50,000 U.S.
Morehouse is a former Broadway columnist with Reuters, New York Post, New York Sun, amNew York and author of 12 books on grand hotels and theater, including "Discovering the Hudson," a history of Broadway's landMark Hudson Theatre in which the ...
In 1844, Poe published in the New York Sun a literary prank about an English airship that had supposedly crossed the Atlantic.
James Comey was the most powerful man in Washington. Or at least that is what I wrote two months ago, after Comey's explosive confirmation to Congress that there was an active FBI counterintelligence inquiry into possible collusion between Donald ...
... like the Four Seasons and cook you dinner, even though he lives in the north woods of Maine," said Seth Lipsky, a New York journalist who is so keen on Waldeier's videos, he puts them on the front page of his online newspaper, The New York Sun.
It was 1897 when New York Sun editor Francis Church wrote the words, "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus." It's an iconic line that summarizes the magic of Christmas: If you believe, the spirit of the season shall never fade away.
The word "zeppelin" today conjures up images of explosions, bad steampunk fiction, and Indiana Jones arguing with his dad. And yet, as Slate reminds us, the airships of the 1930s once stood for stately luxury rather than fiery death.
Though Mather's family had New England roots, he was born in California and attended private school in San Francisco and the University of California.
Burnet, born in Cincinnati in 1888 and a graduate of Cornell Law school in 1911, worked seven years as a reporter and editor for the politically conservative New York Sun and then embarked on a prolific literary career. Hundreds of his short stories ...
President Donald Trump will soon have to decide what to do about Afghanistan. After weeks of wrangling inside his national security cabinet, top officials on Friday agreed on the broad outlines of a strategy to prosecute America's longest war.
His cartoons have appeared in over 60 international publications including The Wall Street Journal, International Herald Tribune, The New York Times, The New York Sun and The Los Angeles Times. Farahani has won several awards in Canada, Iran and ...
He was the senior national security correspondent for the Daily Beast and covered national security and intelligence for the Washington Times, the New York Sun and UPI. Related articles: Trump and GOP, not campus radicals, pose the real threat to freedom.
... approved Flynn's security clearance a year ago. Eli Lake is a Bloomberg View columnist. He was the senior national security correspondent for the Daily Beast and covered national security and intelligence for the Washington Times, the New York Sun ...
... menacing and more normal than his foes predicted. Lake is a Bloomberg View columnist. He was the senior national security correspondent for the Daily Beast and covered national security and intelligence for the Washington Times, the New York Sun ...
Lopez-Pierre's knack for grabbing media attention predates his involvement in politics. In a 2004 piece in the now-defunct New York Sun, the political journalist Errol Louis outlined a litany of fly-by-night projects Lopez-Pierre had been involved in ...
Lopez-Pierre's knack for grabbing media attention predates his involvement in politics. In a 2004 piece in the now-defunct New York Sun, the political journalist Errol Louis outlined a litany of fly-by-night projects Lopez-Pierre had been involved in ...


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