Behind Army's $17,000 drip pan, a Kentucky lawmaker's earmark Don't miss a story. Like us on Facebook. Like Dallas News' Facebook Page WASHINGTON — In the 1980s, the military had its infamous $800 toilet seat. Today, it has a $17,000 drip pan. Thanks to a powerful Kentucky congressman who has steered tens of ... 05/17/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
The Chicago Cubs’ dramatic come-from-behind win to clinch the 2016 World Series electrified baseball fans, and the energy it generated promises to carry over to spring training for those who come to watch the Dodgers and Angels in Arizona’s Cactus League. The Cactus League and its Eastern counterpart,
Keep calm. It's almost spring break. The upcoming school holiday — a little later in some districts this year because religious holidays with which they sometimes coincide don’t occur until early to mid-April — is a good time to embark on a family adventure. Whether you're looking for a blast
Let’s say I decide four friends and I are going to Phuket, Thailand, for a week in early April. I just found a $498 round-trip fare on China Eastern from LAX, including all taxes and fees. Now all I have to do is find a reasonably priced place for us to stay.
There may come a time when World War II ceases to be a source of fascination for millions of Americans, but for now, the subject matter continues to inspire historians, novelists, screenwriters — and everyone who is glued to the American Heroes Channel. Perhaps you’re reading “All the Light We
The Broadmoor hotel, the internationally known resort in southwest Colorado Springs, received Forbes Travel Guide’s five-star ranking this week.
The guide and its predecessor publications have awarded the resort the top status for 57 consecutive years, which is the longest streak for any hotel in the award’s history.
In addition to the top rating for the hotel, the Penrose Room restaurant and The Spa at The Broadmoor each received five stars for the eighth consecutive year.
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