By Bob Buckel
When people take a drink of fresh-tasting, cool, clean water, the name Bill Hall seldom, if ever, pops into their minds.
Perhaps it should.
Library of Congress Traveling Exhibit
Rolls into Seven Towns in Texas During February and Early March
By Erik Wasson
The House Republican Steering Committee on Friday selected 12 members to serve as the powerful Appropriations subcommittee chairmen in charge of all federal spending. These chairmen are known as “cardinals.”
By Bridget Johnson
Two key pro-Israel appropriators say that record funding for missile defense systems in the Middle East remains a top priority despite political pressure to make deep spending cuts.
By Maria Recio
WASHINGTON -- Texas should be riding high in the Republican-led U.S. House, with 23 GOP members -- more than any other state -- and three Texans in Republican leadership roles.
By Hilary Leila Krieger
WASHINGTON – The Congress that will be installed Wednesday might be losing four of its Jewish members, but Republicans and several pro-Israel advocates insist it will remain as supportive as ever of the Jewish state.
By Associated Press
By Chris Vaughn
MARINETTE, Wis. -- Twenty-seven years in the Navy, and even Capt. T.D. Smyers had never seen anything like it.
By Chris Vaughn
MARINETTE, Wis. -- When the future USS Fort Worth goes into service in two years, a small remnant of Fort Worth's beginnings will be aboard.
MARINETTE, Wis. — The third littoral combat ship was christened in northeast Wisconsin on Saturday, then launched into the Menominee River with a tremendous splash and a ground-moving thud.