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Father’s Day Roundup – Our Top Picks for Dad

America first celebrated Father’s Day on June 19, 1910, in Washington. It wasn’t until President Woodrow Wilson made Mother’s Day an official holiday, however, that Father’s Day received the same treatment. The idea that took root in a West Virginia

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Inside the Disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa

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by Dan Pearson and Larry McShane When the call came, Ralph Natale reflected on exactly how long it had been since he’d laid eyes on Jimmy Hoffa. Their final meeting was tinged with melancholy rather than the bravura of their

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