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Pisgah Inn Wins In Federal Shutdown Battle

Pisgah Inn Wins In Federal Shutdown Battle

Once again, the good guys have beaten the National Park Service bullies in another battle in the government shutdown “parks and monuments war.” The Asheville Citizen-Times reports: A day after preparing to close for the rest of the season, workers at the Pisgah ...

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First Census for Bosnia in Over 20 Years

First Census for Bosnia in Over 20 Years

Bosnia launched its first census as an independent state on Tuesday, a politically charged event that has revived ethnic rifts and could shake the delicate power-sharing system that helped end the country’s 1992-95 war. The 15-day survey, the first in ...

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The Greatest Generation Still Breaking Barriers

The Greatest Generation Still Breaking Barriers

Wheelchair-bound elderly veterans pushed aside barricades to tour the World War II Memorial Tuesday morning, in defiance of the government shutdown which closed all of the memorials in the nation’s capital. The four bus loads of veterans — visiting from ...

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