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K.T. Robbins never forgot the 18-year-old French girl who captured his heart in 1944. When he returned to France to commemorate D-Day, he found her.
Trump’s lonely signature at the top of a D-Day proclamation is making the rounds on social media after other world leaders signed at the bottom
President Donald Trump's signature has been described as "rigid" and is frequently ridiculed during his presidency.
Trump in Fox News interview suggests Mexico isn’t a US ally and accuses the country of killing thousands of Americans
When Fox's Laura Ingraham insisted that Mexico was an important US ally, Trump paused and asked, "How do you define 'ally'?"
Fox News hosts joke about Democrats using ‘political props’ in front of dozens of D-Day grave markers
Fox News host Laura Ingraham and commentator Raymond Arroyo shared a few laughs in front of the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial in France.
Mike Huckabee is getting slammed for suggesting German Chancellor Angela Merkel should feel ‘awkward’ for commemorating the Nazis’ D...
Huckabee is the father of White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and was the Republican governor of Arkansas from 1996-2007.
Amid preparations for one of the most complex military operations ever undertaken, the famous British general kept it simple.
Trump calls Pelosi ‘Nervous Nancy’ before a somber D-Day commemoration at an American cemetery in Normandy
"Nancy Pelosi is a disaster, OK?" Trump said while sitting in front of a cemetery of American war dead. "She's a disaster."
"Whenever the world makes you cynical, stop and think of these men. Whenever you lose hope, stop and think of these men."
Meet the Navy veteran who hit the beaches of Normandy on June 6, 1944, and then went island-hopping in the Pacific
As a Navy coxswain, Julius Shoulars spent nearly a month on Omaha Beach after the D-Day landings, directing landing craft and burying the dead.
One of first soldiers to charge the beach on D-Day was a Canadian bagpiper, who said he only survived because German snipers thought he was too crazy ...
England had banned bagpipes from the front line as they attracted enemy fire. But Bill Millin's commander said the landings needed a morale boost.