True Glory, with an introduction by General Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1945

True Glory, 1945

A film by The Department of War

This documentary film covers the defeat of the Axis powers by the allies in WWII, and was released for the public at the end of the war. General Dwight D. Eisenhower introduces the film. It’s a joint production of the U.S. and British Governments. (Browse our Movie Archive)

War of words over proposed Muslim ban: President Obama, Clinton, Trump

Today, in the ongoing the aftermath of the tragic nightclub attack in Orlando, Florida, the media was filled with heated exchanges between President Obama, and Hillary Clinton, on one hand, and Donald Trump, on the other.

Both Democrats pounced on the presumptive republican nominee, who had doubled-down on his proposed ban on Muslims entering the United States. Trump has long cited potential dangers from terrorists that might sneak in with law-abiding refugees and other visitors as a reason to severely restrict Muslim immigration into the U.S., including refugees from Syria. Read more

The shooter’s wife tried to talk him out of an attack

Noor Salman

The nation is still reeling from its latest mass murder at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, ruthlessly perpetrated by Omar Mir Saddique Mateen. In the wake of the tragedy, law enforcement officers are debriefing the killer’s wife, Noor Salman. At this time the FBI doesn’t think she’s a co-conspirator, meaning she didn’t help to plan the attack with him. Read more

How to participate in a vigil for the victims of the Orlando shooting

Vigils in support of Orlando attack (

In response to the tragedy of the mass casualty event in Orlando, Florida over the weekend, many cities across the United States are hosting vigils, in order to offer support to the victims, and to make a stand against the violence.

The site hosts a growing list of vigils, with locations and times, throughout the country. If you want to voice your support for the victims, and outrage over this crime, visit this site and find a vigil to attend near you.

List of Vigils for Orlando Victims (

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