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How Pearl Harbor stopped the birth of the LA Browns and changed baseball history

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Japan’s surprise attack on Pearl Harbor 80 years ago not only ensured the United States’ entry into the second world war. It inadvertently but categorically changed baseball history. One day after the attack, Major Le...

Hundreds of military families sickened by contaminated Pearl Harbor water

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Cheri Burness’s dog was the first to signal something was wrong with their tap water. He stopped drinking it two weeks ago. Then Burness started feeling stomach cramps. Her 12-year-old daughter was nauseous. “It was j...

Ever stuck: Suez container ship’s cousin runs aground in US harbor

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A year to the month after the Ever Given blocked the Suez canal for a week – prompting global fascination and countless memes – the container ship’s cousin has run aground in the Chesapeake Bay. Officials are now scra...

From Churchill to Pearl Harbor, Zelenskiy’s speeches push the right buttons abroad

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To MPs in London, he channelled Churchill and Shakespeare. To the US Congress, he evoked Pearl Harbor and 9/11. For the Bundestag it was the Berlin Wall; for Canada’s lawmakers, their large Ukrainian community. MEPs i...

If the west can harbor Ukrainians, it can accept the many climate refugees to come

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Global migration policy has started to move in a more humane direction in response to the invasion of Ukraine. While many states are welcoming displaced Ukrainians, this is a far cry from how those states typically tr...

Pearl Harbor water poisoning: US military families say they continue to fall ill

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Beginning in December, US army Major Amanda Feindt and her family found themselves in and out of Tripler army medical center in Honolulu. First, her husband for debilitating ocular migraines, then her four-year-old da...