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NFL Ratings Continue to Plunge in Third Week of National Anthem Protests

For the third consecutive week, ratings for the National Football League (NFL) have plummeted, as players continue anti-American protests during the playing of the national anthem. This week’s drop-off also coincided with the Monday broadcast of the first presidential debate between Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton.

Saudi's newly appointed King Salman (R) shakes hands with US President Barack Obama at Erga Palace in Riyadh on January 27, 2015.

Senate Overrides Obama Veto of 9/11 Saudi Bill

The Senate acted decisively Wednesday to override President Barack Obama’s veto of Sept. 11 legislation, setting the stage for the contentious bill to become law despite flaws that Obama and top Pentagon officials warn could put U.S. troops and interests at risk.

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How Donald Trump Won the Debate

Frank Luntz utilizes an unusual apparatus to definitively evaluate who won a political debate: He takes a small sample of voters, hooks them up to an electronic device, turns on a TV, and carefully tabulates all the moments when they click “like” and “not like” while a politician speaks.

Maj. Gen. William (Wild Bill) Donovan, (retired) New York attorney who headed the U.S. Office of Strategic Service during World War II, is greeted by Maj. General C. L. Chennault on his arrival in Hong Kong, Jan. 3, 1950. Donovan came to Hong Kong to join Chennault in the latter’s claim to ownership of two Chinese nationalist airlines, CNAC and CATC. From left are: Whiting Willauer, Vice President of Channault’s Civil Air Transport airline, Chennault, Donovan, and a minor official in CAT. (AP Photo)

Gold Medal for WWII’s Office of Strategic Services Veterans Stalls in GOP-led House

“Hundreds of people have been working on this, all of our members have been contacting their members of Congress, it’s been a gargantuan effort,” said Charles T. Pinck, who became the president of the OSS Society in 2002. The bill, HR 3929, was filed Nov. 4 by Rep. Robert Latta (R.-OH) and now has 319 co-sponsors. Senators passed their companion bill Feb. 22 by unanimous consent.