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V-J Day, Japan Surrenders to the U.S. 70 Years Ago
Today, August 14th is V-J Day. The day Japan surrendered to the United States and officially ended WWII. It is called "Victory In Japan Day or "Victory Over Japan Day". There are three dates that relate to V-J Day, confusing but here what happened.
Pearl Habor, December 7th, 1941
This Sunday is the 73rd anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7th, 1941. This is the day President Franklin Roosevelt said would be the day that 'lived in infamy'. It's the date that threw the United States into the World War.
U.S. National Debt Reaches $18 Trillion
The United States national debt has now hit the $18 trillion mark. That is the highest the national debt has been and many are questioning how much money the government is spending under President Obama.
Father’s Day, a Celebration Around the World
Father’s Day in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada falls on the third Sunday in June. The first Father’s Day celebration was in 1910 in Spokane, Washington but it didn’t become an official holiday until 1972. Father’s Day is c…
China Mulls Over High-Speed Train to U.S.
China is kicking around the idea of building a high-speed train that would run from the countries northeast to the United States. The rails would cross Siberia and the Bering Straits to Alaska, across Canada then to the U.S.