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May 1, 1863

On this day in the Civil War, the Federal Army of the Potomac clashes with Confederate forces, starting the Battle of Chancellorsville.

The Civil War

The Week That Was - April 24 to April 30

It was the week before the Budget, which meant that there was a lot of Budget speculation. Combine that with the whole “the election will probably be called in a week or two” vibe, and you’ve got yourself a week where it seems like we’re already in the middle of an election campaign.  703 more words

Politics

Three Arrested in Stolen Postal Money Order Scheme

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) – Three Connecticut residents have been arrested charged with being a part of a stolen postal money order scheme. A federal grand jury in New Haven returned a 15 count indictment charging 35 year old Marc Alexander, 38 year old Rachel Alexander and 42 year old Bernard Harris with stealing blank postal money orders and cashing in on them for a total of $300,000. 92 more words

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Federal Gift and Estate Taxes: Is Your Estate at Risk?


Federal Gift and Estate Taxes: Is Your Estate at Risk? from Raymond German If you are fortunate enough to have amassed a moderate to large estate over the course of your lifetime you undoubtedly want to preserve as much of it as possible to be passed down to future generations. 51 more words

Fort Ward Tours in Honor of Armed Forces Day | News Release | City of Alexandria

FORT TOURS IN HONOR OF ARMED FORCES DAY


AT FORT WARD MUSEUM & HISTORIC SITE

Soldier-led tours of historic Fort Ward will be held on Saturday, May 21, in honor of Armed Forces Day.    207 more words

Dispatched

Gold edges up ahead of Fed on softer dollar, weak US data

Gold ticked higher for a third straight session on Wednesday on a softer dollar and weak US economic data, but the metal traded in a tight range as investors waited for the Federal Reserve’s policy decision later in the session. 369 more words

Money Matters

Disaster Solutions LLC's Answer to Emergencies Abroad

United States’ citizens who experience emergencies while traveling abroad don’t have an easy, reliable way to communicate their status to the US State Department. As American tourism increases and global terrorism rises, … 612 more words

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