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BEIJING — In Washington, it is said, the definition of a gaffe is accidentally saying what you really think. That may be doubly true in Beijing, as Deng Yuwen can attest. Deng, an editor at the weekly newspaper run by the Central Party School,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIona Quillen was proud of her roots. She spent a lot of time researching and could trace the family tree beyond her growing-up years in West Virginia, back to the McDonalds in Ireland. She was an only child, but her parents adopted a male cousin after...
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — The prospect of a North Korean missile test is "considerably high," South Korea's foreign minister told lawmakers Wednesday as Pyongyang calmly prepared to mark the April 15 birthday of its founder, historically a...
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — A top general says federal budget cuts that will ground one-third of the U.S. Air Force's active-duty force of combat planes including fighters and bombers means "accepting the risk that combat airpower may not be ready to...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsCatholic or not, most people in Kansas have heard of Kapaun Mount Carmel High School and the man it's named after. Emil Kapaun was a priest from Kansas who served as military chaplain in the Korean War. Kapaun chose to stay behind and care for a...
Tags: White House, Barack Obama, Human Interest
Today’s question: How concerned are you by North Korea's threats, and what do you think the U.S. response should be? The American News Reader Panel is an emailed question of the week. To join the panel, email email@example.com. I am a...
William Nathaniel Tate, a retired concrete worker and Korean War combat veteran, died of heart disease Feb. 16 at Frederick Memorial Hospital. The former Park Heights resident was 83. Born in Baltimore and raised on Division Street, he attended Booker T....
When Boyle Heights shop owner Arturo Macias hears fellow Latinos use the Spanish word for “wetback,” he doesn't necessarily take offense. Macias, who crossed illegally into the U.S. through Tijuana two decades ago, has heard the term...
As the chaperon of Michigan's Muskegon Lassies in the 1940s, Helen Hannah Campbell made sure the professional baseball players wore lipstick and properly modest uniform skirts in the "girls league" founded to keep ballparks filled while men were away at...
James L. Barrett, a pioneering Napa Valley vintner who stepped onto the world stage in a big way in 1976 when his Chateau Montelena Chardonnay won a prestigious Paris tasting, has died. He was 86. Barrett died Thursday in San Francisco, according to...
It was a story Dorothy Atwood DeBolt enjoyed telling, one that any harried parent of young children might find somewhat familiar. The phone rang one day as the busy mother raced around her home, getting ready for an out-of-town trip and wrapping up...
Tags: Entertainment, Social Issues, Family, Adoption, Spina Bifida
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana's Korean community is closely monitoring the actions of North Korea's young leader amid escalating threats by the communist nation. North Korea's military has warned it's been authorized to attack the U.S. using nuclear...
Tags: North Korea, Kim Jong Un
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