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Atlantic salmon spawn in Connecticut River again after 200 years

Something incredible has happened, and it is good news for wild Atlantic salmon. For the first time in over 200 years, Atlantic salmon have spawned in the Connecticut River say wildlife biologists.

Star-Spangled Trivia

Let’s face it America has it all: baseball, apple pie, and Mom! But how much do you really know about our great country? Try this road trip-ready quiz!!

Historical drama series 'Turn' premieres on AMC

"Turn" is the latest in the line of outstanding programming from AMC. This time we're taken back to the Revolutionary War era to meet a scrappy band of rebels known as the Culper Ring: George Washington's personal spies.

Op-Ed: America's path to Revolution — Again

In a time when America's uncertainty has people looking to the future; it's important to remember many answers to today's problems await rediscovery in her past.

18th century cannon in NYC found to be loaded with ammo

New York - A shocking discovery was made in New York City this week as workers came to clean an 18th century cannon that is kept at Central Park. When the Parks Workers began to clean the relic, a cannon ball and gunpowder were found inside.

Minute Men to be Celebrated in Massachusetts Park

The annual Patriot's Day at Minute Man National Historical Park will be celebrated this year as patriotism and the minute men are discussed in a country divided by politics and talking about the constitution and what loyalty is all about.

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The minutemen  shown in a war reenactment are locked and loaded as Sarah Palin reminded her follower...
The minutemen, shown in a war reenactment are locked and loaded as Sarah Palin reminded her followers to be, but in Lexington just reminding the nation of its war with England.
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