While many Americans might sleepwalk their way through the occasional playing of the National Anthem, there’s no mistaking the hearty singing of the anthem at a U.S. naturalization ceremony.
Archives for July 6, 2011
Connie Scott, of Owatonna, Minn., would like the nation to be as proud of her son’s sacrifice for his country as her family is. She knows it’s not, however.
For the first time, the U.S. did not print any $10 bills last year.
NASA has a whole lot of “who knows” in its release today about sea ice around Antarctica.
Regulating Minnesota, outrage of the day, the future of Cirrus, Tsunami boosts dry casks, the dust that ate Phoenix and the Coon Lake water spout.