A book published in June, The Lost Colony and Hatteras Island by Scott Dawson, outlines 11 years of research by historians of the Croatoan Archaeological Society that seems to point to a very simple explanation: the people of Roanoke moved in with the neighboring Native Americans. They transferred their colony to live with the Croatoan tribe when supplies ran short. … [Read more...] about America’s Greatest Mystery Was Solved and True Crime Fans Are Seriously Disappointed
Becerra and the other petitioners said Trump’s alternative standards sabotage investments in clean fuel technology. Any savings at the car dealership, they say, would be offset by the need to buy more gasoline for less-efficient cars. The result will be dirty air and more devastating impacts from climate change, harming the economy even more when it is already suffering as a result of shutdowns during the coronavirus pandemic. … [Read more...] about California, two dozen other states, cities sue over federal rollback of fuel economy standards
Russia and China have expressed opposition to North Korea's nuclear stockpile but also have cautioned against an expansionist U.S. military off their Pacific coasts. In his recently announced "America First" national security strategy, Trump condemned Moscow and Beijing over accusations that they "challenge American power, influence and interests, attempting to erode American security and prosperity" and were "determined to make economies less free and less fair, to grow their militaries, and to control information and data to repress their societies and expand their influence." … [Read more...] about Russia Military Blasts Targets Near U.S. Troops, North Korea and China
On Friday, North Korea's foreign ministry ripped into Trump's strategy, portraying the U.S. as a bully. "There is no change at all in the strategic goal of the U.S. to achieve hegemony over the world by means of force," the ministry said. "The gang of Trump likes to pose itself as if its country is a world superpower. However, the U.S. is nothing but a corpse going to the grave." … [Read more...] about Kim Jong Un Says North Korea Poses ‘Substantial’ Nuclear Threat to U.S.
A common quip at the time was that the soldiers "died for a tie," a comment which President Barack Obama rejected in a speech he made on the 60th anniversary of the armistice. "That war was no tie" he said "Let it be said that Korea was the first battle where freedom held its ground and free peoples refused to yield." … [Read more...] about North Korea Celebrates Victory on Korean War Armistice Day, America’s ‘Forgotten War’