"Every day it gets worse," said the host of "Real Time."
As we approach our nation's birthday, barbeque, swimming, and fireworks tend to dominate our thoughts. Hopefully we can make time for another thought, even if it's brief and in between hot dogs, about the men and women who helped make our country and how they weren't very different from us.
If someone ever tells you that it's just meta data, remind him or her of how the British could have used meta data to find Paul Revere and show them this network visualization.
"I feel happy and relieved and excited,” Hatchfield told the Associated Press after the time capsule’s successful removal
BOSTON (Reuters) - A centuries-old time capsule buried by Paul Revere, an icon of the American Revolutionary War, was unearthed
The American public now knows, courtesy of Edward Snowden, the meaning of "consistent with U.S. laws and the protection of privacy and civil liberties," as defined by the NSA and President Barack Obama.
Overnight, Paul Revere became one of America's greatest heroes. Today, he is practically an industry in Boston. You can tour his house, see his portrait, buy reproductions of his silver work, have a drink in his favorite tavern and even leave pennies on his grave.
Visitors here learn about the events that led to Dec. 16, 1773, and they go onto the decks of the ship for a re-enactment of the dumping of tea into Boston Harbor.
The physics book in which the print was uncovered belonged to Solomon Drowne, a member of the Brown class of 1773, according
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