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PHOTOS: Pearl Harbor, 75 Years Later

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Americans across the country are commemorating the December 7, 1941 attack on the military base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii today – an attack that sunk 12 battleships, obliterated hundreds of aircrafts, killed thousands, and forced the United States into World War II.

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Internet Archive Defeats FBI Demand for User Data

A nonprofit organization called The Internet Archive has prevailed in a long battle to resist the FBI’s demand for information about one of its users, subjecting the Bureau’s “National Security Letters” to an unprecedented level of scrutiny.

ABUJA, NIGERIA - NOVEMBER 21:  The Ecumenical Centre and Church is pictured on November 21, 2008 in Abuja, Nigeria.  (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Pope Francis: Church Buildings Should Be an ‘Oasis of Beauty’

Francis told listeners that only an experience of beauty can “restore enthusiasm and confidence” and “encourage the human spirit to rediscover its path and raise its eyes above the horizon to dream of a life worthy of its vocation.” Pope Francis is suggesting that this artistic renewal is especially needed in church buildings themselves.

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Historian Patrick K. O’Donnell Recalls Stories of Pearl Harbor Veterans

Combat historian and bestselling author Patrick K. O’Donnell, who has written seven books on World War II, among others, recalled some of more than five thousand interviews with World War II veterans throughout the years during his interview Wednesday with Breitbart News Daily Sirius XM host Matt Boyle.

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Exclusive–Rep. Vern Buchanan: President Barack Obama Must Not Pardon Bergdahl

“Sergeant Bergdahl betrayed his fellow soldiers and put the lives of American troops at risk when he walked off his post,” Buchanan, an Air Force veteran, says. “He needs to be held accountable and face a court-martial for desertion. Failure to do so would send a horrible message to all of the soldiers who sacrifice so much in the service of their country.”

In this Sunday, Nov. 6, 2016 photo, a wounded Iraqi special forces soldier gets treatment at a field clinic in Gogjali, on the eastern outskirts of Mosul, Iraq. As Iraqi forces struggle to secure recent gains against the Islamic State group in Mosul, casualties are spiking. Iraqi officers say they expect the toll among both civilians and troops to rise as the troops continue to push into the IS-held city center. At the field hospital, teams of Iraqi and Western volunteer medics are treating a family badly burned by a car bomb, children maimed by booby-trapped explosives and soldiers suffering from shrapnel and gunshot wounds. (AP Photo/Marko Drobnjakovic)

Islamic State Attacks Iraqi Soldiers in Mosul

Islamic State militants attacked Iraqi soldiers near a hospital in southeast Mosul on Wednesday, an army officer and the jihadist group’s new agency said, trying to repel the army’s deepest advances of the seven-week Mosul campaign.