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Veteran's Day

  • Originally commemorated as Armistice Day, November 11 became "Veteran's Day" in 1954 when the federal holiday was expanded to celebrate all American veterans. Archival images show Americans commemorating veterans from the end of fighting in World War I to dedicating a memorial for the women who served in the Vietnam War.
  • Salt Lake City's Veterans Affairs center is one of just a handful where veterans can participate in Native American sweat lodge ceremonies. Over the years, these ceremonies have drawn men and women who have served in wars from Vietnam to Afghanistan. In the sweats, veterans say, they find relief.
  • State's Alcohol Energy Drink Ban May Move FedsWashington is now the third state to ban the potent alcohol and caffeine beverages, including brands such as…