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  • Rosie flexes her muscle in Michigan in riveting rivalry with California

    Rosie flexes her muscle in Michigan in riveting rivalry with California

    Oct. 16, 2017 - Forty-three original Rosies were part of 3,755 Rosies who gathered Saturday at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti. They were there to set a new Guinness World Record for the Largest Gathering of People Dressed as Rosie the Riveter. A friendly rivalry with California for the record is keeping sales of Rosie apparel sizzling.

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  • Hispanic Heritage: Adm. David Farragut and Juan Herrera, Poet Laureate

    Hispanic Heritage: Adm. David Farragut and Juan Herrera, Poet Laureate

    Oct. 11, 2017 - Riders riding the DC Metro enter and exit at stops such as the Smithsonian Station and the Capitol South Station. Other stops have unusual names - Farragut West and North. Adm. David Farragut was the U.S. Navy's first admiral. He was an American of Hispanic descent.

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  • Rosie flexes her muscle in Michigan in riveting rivalry with California

    Rosie flexes her muscle in Michigan in riveting rivalry with California

    Oct. 16, 2017 - Forty-three original Rosies were part of 3,755 Rosies who gathered Saturday. They gathered at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti. They were there to set a new Guinness World Record for the Largest Gathering of People Dressed as Rosie the Riveter. A friendly rivalry with California for the record is keeping sales of Rosie apparel sizzling.

    Read More
  • Hispanic Heritage: Adm. David Farragut and Juan Herrera, Poet Laureate

    Hispanic Heritage: Adm. David Farragut and Juan Herrera, Poet Laureate

    Oct. 11, 2017 - Riders riding the DC Metro enter and exit at stops. Two are the Smithsonian Station and the Capitol South Station. Other stops have unusual names - Farragut West and North. Adm. David Farragut was the U.S. Navy's first admiral. He was an American of Hispanic descent.

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If the population of the United States is 320 million, what percent of that number is represented by the population of Ireland?
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about 5 percent
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