US Defense Sec. presented with horse in Mongolia

Mongolian Defense Minister Nyamaagiin Enkhbold presented US Defense Secretary Mark Esper with a horse on Thursday in Ulaanbaatar. Esper named the horse “Marshall,” for General George Marshall, who served as US Defense Secretary and Secretary of State. (Aug. 8)

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Today in History for April 3rd

Highlights of this day in history: Martin Luther King Jr. gives speech before assasination; Bruno Richard Hauptmann electrocuted for kidnap and murder of Charles Lindbergh’s son; President Harry Truman signs Marshall plan; Jesse James shot to death; Pony Express begins service; Actor Marlon Brando born. (April 2)

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ShowBiz Minute: Marshall, Prada, Lucas

(19 Dec 2018) Stars mourn director and actress Penny Marshall; Prada withdraws luxury trinkets over blackface controversy; Forbes announces George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, Oprah Winfrey as America’s richest celebrities of 2018. (Dec. 19)

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Merkel and Kissinger celebrate 70th anniversary of Marshall plan

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger discuss the lasting legacy of the Marshall Plan on its 70th anniversary at an event at the German Historical museum in Berlin. IMAGES