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In Hawaii, A WWII Internment Camp Named National Monument
The camp was created under President Franklin D. Roosevelt. It held as many as 4,000 prisoners, including hundreds of Japanese-American citizens. The camp's location was recently rediscovered.
A Word Of Advice To Baseball Players: Sneeze Carefully
The Toronto Blue Jays' Kevin Pillar was sidelined after straining an oblique muscle during a violent sneeze. Other players have gotten hurt while hopping out of a truck or climbing out of a hot tub.
Police Dog On Payroll: 'Indiana Bones' Is Woman's Best Friend
Dogs are routinely used by police forces for crime investigations, drug sniffing or search and rescue missions. But to L.A. county K-9 handler, Karina Peck, "Indy" the dog is more than a co-worker.
'State Of Terror': Where ISIS Came From And How To Fight It
In their new book, terrorism experts Jessica Stern and J.M. Berger say that the "projection of strength" has lead to the rapid expansion of the self-declared Islamic State.
Oboist Reclaims Mozart's Lost Contemporaries
For the new album Lost and Found, a Berlin Philharmonic oboist unearthed concertos by fine but forgotten composers from Mozart's time.
From Waitress To TV Writer: A 'Surreal, Fantastic Cinderella Story'
Diane Ruggiero-Wright was a full-time waitress in New Jersey when one of her patrons asked what she really wanted to be doing. She told him she was a writer — and it turned out he was a writer, too.
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