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476. A History of Tobacco Pipes
October 04, 2016

The oldest traditional form of smoking, pipe smoking, dates back thousands of years and can be found all over the globe. Those looking for the best tobacco pipes in Westminster, Colorado may be interested in knowing about some of the pipes that have been available throughout history, as it may give them some idea what to look for. In the Americas, many Native American tribes had pipes used for a variety of ceremonies, from religious rites to the sealing of treaties, along with their less decorative, every day pipes. Pipe tobacco originated in South America, but it gradually worked its way... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

477. US Service Member Killed in Afghanistan
October 04, 2016

U.S. military officials say an American service member has been killed in Afghanistan's Nangahar province during an operation targeting Islamic State forces. Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook said Tuesday the service member died when an improvised explosive device went off during a patrol with Afghan forces. To the best of his knowledge no other U.S. or Afghans injured in this attack, Cook added. "We are heartbroken by this loss" said General John Nicholson, adding that...... (read more)

478. Did you know this secret about the new African American Museum of History and Culture?
October 03, 2016

It’s the newest museum of the Smithsonian Institution, the African American Museum of History and Culture. Inside you’ll see more than relics of the past, but a celebration of contributions to American culture. But did you know that even in a museum open barely a week, there are some secrets? Join VOA's Steve Miller as he takes you inside one of Washington's hottest tickets.... (read more)

479. Trump Shrugs Off Decades-old Tradition on Releasing Tax Returns
October 03, 2016

Intrigue and drama surrounding Donald Trump's tax returns underscore America's curiosity about financial documents that have been made public by every major party presidential candidate, other than Trump, since 1976. "American voters get to know their presidential candidates, ever so slightly more, through their tax returns," said political analyst John Hudak of the Washington-based Brookings Institution. "They let voters know how much they earn, where those...... (read more)

480. Pope to US Catholics: Study, Pray, Vote Your Conscience
October 03, 2016

Pope Francis has some advice for American Catholics struggling to choose a president: Study the issues, pray, and then vote your conscience. Francis was asked Sunday en route home from Azerbaijan how he would counsel the American faithful who are being asked to choose between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump.   Francis said he would never interfere in an election campaign, saying "the people are sovereign.'   "I'll just say this:...... (read more)

481. Key Town in Civil Rights Movement Hosts VP Debate
October 03, 2016

On Tuesday, the nominees for vice-president will debate in the small, rural town of Farmville, Virginia. Farmville played a critical role in the American civil rights movement. And as the vice presidential candidates arrive, Farmville's own turbulent history of race relations churns in the background. VOA's Steve Baragona reports.... (read more)

482. Task Completed as Americans Win Back Golf's Ryder Cup
October 02, 2016

Patrick Reed shook his fists with fury for every big putt he made. Phil Mickelson leaped higher than when he won his first Masters. Ryan Moore delivered the final point in this American masterpiece Sunday at the Ryder Cup. The 17-11 victory over Europe was their biggest rout in 35 years at the Ryder Cup. Only this was more than just three days of exquisite golf at Hazeltine. This victory began two years ago in Scotland, when Phil Mickelson publicly criticized U.S. captain Tom Watson...... (read more)

483. Trump Tax History in Spotlight Once Again
October 02, 2016

American voters may now have greater insight into a question that has dogged Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump all year: what do his tax returns reveal about the real estate mogul’s financial dealings and business prowess? VOA’s Michael Bowman reports, The New York Times obtained what are believed to be a portion of Trump’s federal income tax returns, documents the candidate has refused to make public.... (read more)

484. Hospital in Rebel-held Part of Aleppo Is Bombed Again
October 01, 2016

Relief workers said the largest remaining Syrian hospital in the rebel-held eastern half of the city of Aleppo was bombed Saturday for the second time in recent days, as Syrian government forces and their Russian allies pressed their deadly offensive to recapture the entire city. A spokesman for the Syrian American Medical Society said the M-10 hospital was hit by at least two barrel bombs as physicians performed emergency medical procedures on a small cluster of patients. Adham...... (read more)

485. South China Sea is a US Election Issue for Southeast Asian Americans
September 30, 2016

In the basement office of his Southeast Asian Community Center in a gritty neighborhood of downtown San Francisco, Philip Nguyen runs down a list of issues he says matter to Vietnamese Americans like himself. Lack of good jobs. Rising health care costs. Skyrocketing housing prices. In other words, things any American would care about come election time.  But at the mention of China, Nguyen’s eyes light up. “This is my favorite subject,” said the 70-year-old, who came to the...... (read more)

486. S. American Nations Urged to Open Doors to Refugees
September 30, 2016

A popular refugee destination it is not, but South America may soon host a fresh wave of refugees under a U.S.-sponsored plan aimed at getting more countries to share in sheltering the world's growing migrant population. In recent years, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Uruguay have all received refugees from Syria, but the numbers have been limited — a few dozen in the case of Uruguay to a couple thousand in Brazil — and the refugees have been admitted on an ad hoc basis,...... (read more)

487. Asian-American Voters Share Domestic, Asian Concerns
September 30, 2016

Asian Americans make up 6 percent of the U.S. population, with large concentrations in states like California. They are a diverse group that shares concerns about immigration, the economy and U.S. policy toward their native countries. How might that play out in the upcoming presidential election? Mike O'Sullivan went to San Francisco to try to find out.... (read more)

488. Photos in 'Sikh Project' Explore Identity, Diversity of Sikh Americans
September 29, 2016

In the photographs, they wear leather jackets, or superhero costumes, and hold their trumpets and helmets. They appear to be what they are: poets, musicians, bikers, soldiers — and all Sikh Americans The Sikh Project is a collection of photographs of turbaned Sikh Americans that was on display in New York City last week. It showed their interests are as diverse as their American community. "At its core the project is about identity in general … and how identity never restricts...... (read more)

489. US Raises Concerns to Venezuela About Jailed Utah Man
September 29, 2016

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry raised concerns during a meeting this week with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro about a Utah man jailed in the South American country for three months. Kerry called on Venezuela to respect due process and human rights in the case of Joshua Holt, 24, State Department spokesman John Kirby said Wednesday. Kirby would not provide details about the conversation, but said the department is following the case closely. Kerry's involvement has raised...... (read more)

490. Mary J. Blige Explains Why She Sang to Clinton During Talk
September 29, 2016

Mary J. Blige said she decided to sing Bruce Springsteen's "American Skin (41 Shots)" to Hillary Clinton during her recent interview because she was trying to get the Democratic presidential nominee to feel and understand the widening frustration among blacks in America over police brutality and similar topics. A pair of clips teasing Blige's interview with Clinton was roundly mocked on Tuesday, including a brief video of Blige singing to Clinton, leaving some...... (read more)

491. For Burmese Americans, Trump Evokes Painful Past
September 29, 2016

When Phyu Phyu Hlaing looks at Donald Trump, she sees more than just the man she won’t vote for in November. For the Burmese American mother of two, the Republican presidential nominee brings up painful memories from her distant past. "Coming from a country like Burma, Donald Trump reminds me of a military-style leader," says Hlaing, who left her homeland, also known as Myanmar, in 1983 and watched it deteriorate under the rule of clumsy and oppressive military dictators. “He...... (read more)

492. Springsteen Greets Fans in New York for Book Signing
September 28, 2016

Fans eager to see Bruce Springsteen lined up for hours around a Manhattan city block on Wednesday, one day after the singer-songwriter's autobiography,"Born to Run," hit store shelves. The book, whose title comes from his classic 1975 hit, details how Springsteen's personal struggles inspired his music, which has become a part of the American consciousness. The 528-page memoir took seven years to write, according to publisher Simon & Schuster. New Jersey-born...... (read more)

493. Protesters Chant 'Murder' in Police Shooting of Black Man in California
September 28, 2016

Protesters yelled "murder" and demanded on Wednesday a federal investigation after an unarmed black man in Southern California was shot and killed, less than two weeks after similar incidents in two other U.S. cities sparked renewed outrage over police brutality. Two officers responding to several calls for help in dealing with a mentally unstable person confronted an African-American man in his 30s walking in traffic in the San Diego suburb of El Cajon, according to local...... (read more)

494. Where Did the SUV Come From?
September 28, 2016

It’s one of the most popular vehicles on the American highway today, but it hasn’t been around as long as the classic car and truck varieties. When and where did the sport utility vehicle come into existence? From the early years to a Dallas 2015 Dodge Durango Limited, let’s find out. War Machine World War II saw it necessary to do a great deal of inventing and innovating in order to protect soldiers and better ensure a victorious campaign. Once America realized it was eventually going to have to enter the fight abroad, the US Army contacted 135 companies and asked for work... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

495. US Nuclear Weapons Systems Need an Upgrade
September 28, 2016

At Sandia National Laboratories inside Kirtland Air Force Base, nuclear weapons equipment is spun around, smashed and even blown up--all to help the U.S. military modernize its nuclear weapons stockpile. Nuclear weapons are essential for US defense Speaking at the base Tuesday, U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter told troops that the nuclear mission is the “bedrock of American security.” The U.S. can deter a nuclear attack in three ways: by land with intercontinental ballistic...... (read more)

496. The Americas Becomes First Region of World to Eliminate Measles
September 27, 2016

The Pan American Health Organization says endemic measles has been eliminated from the Americas — all the countries in North, South and Central America. The achievement comes after years of intense efforts to vaccinate children under the age of five. Countries in Latin America reported their last endemic cases of measles in 2002. A country is considered disease-free if there have been no new cases for three years, and the report had to be certified by the International Committee of...... (read more)

497. Trump Blames China for Stealing Jobs, Stalling on North Korea
September 27, 2016

China found itself the focus of unwanted attention during the first presidential debate Monday, with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump accusing Beijing of stealing American jobs and failing to do enough to tackle the rising nuclear threat in North Korea. During the debate, China was mentioned a dozen times, and most of those mentions came from Trump. In his opening remarks, Trump blamed China for having manipulated its currency to gain trade...... (read more)

498. Innovative Roofing Materials Keep Costs Low for Commercial Properties
September 27, 2016

If you're planning on updating your commercial property's roof, there are many new roofing materials that Atlanta business owners are considering to keep initial costs low and operating costs, in terms of energy consumption, even lower. Here are some roofing materials you may want to consider. Recycle While recycling has permeated to most areas of American life, it has only recently come to the roofing industry. Many older roofs were scraped off and sent to the landfill. Today, the recycling numbers are climbing thanks to some monetary incentives for the roofing companies. First, they realiz... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

499. 3 New Plumbing Trends
September 27, 2016

American homeowners are often times the driving force behind new technology for their homes. From energy efficiency to automation, many areas of their houses are evolving. This is also true of the plumbing in Marietta. Here are 3 areas that are evolving to meet demands. Going Green Being environmentally friendly is no longer a passing craze. For most Americans, saving the planet is a way of life. Green initiatives in household plumbing work to maximize water usage. In plumbing, the terms clear, grey, and black water describe the level of contamination in the water. Black water is undrinkable... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

500. US Presidential Candidates Articulate Sharp Divide Over Military Alliances
September 27, 2016

U.S. presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump reiterated sharply opposing views on the issue of military support for American allies around the world, and for Japan and South Korea in particular, during their first televised debate on Monday. Clinton, the Democratic candidate, criticized past statements made by Republican nominee Trump that indicated he might withdraw troops from Asia unless allies more fairly compensate the U.S. for protection. “He has said repeatedly...... (read more)

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