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Here’s the latest for Thursday, July 18th: The U.S. claims it shot down an Iranian drone; Epstein denied bail; Food aid to resume in Yemen; Possible remains of WWII service men returned.

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Why Lobster Is So Expensive | So Expensive

Lobster went from prison food to a well-known delicacy. Seafood was left out of rationed foods during WWII, and with the advent of railway transportation, lobster became known as an exotic delicacy.

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D-Day survivor moved by Trump tribute

When President Donald Trump singled out 98-year-old Ray Lambert in his Normandy speech at the 75th-anniversary commemoration of D-Day, the WWII survivor took it as a tribute for all the men who fought that day. (June 6)

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D-Day anniversary: tourists and veterans flock to Normandy | AFP

“It’s wonderful to come back here, to see where I landed and where I fought”: 95-year-old Eugene is in Normandy to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings of June 6, 1944. Like him, hundreds of veterans and thousands of tourists have flocked to Northern France, to commemorate the turning point of WWII.

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How Benihana Transformed America

Benihana’s founder Hiroaki “Rocky” Aoki, beat his stacked odds by opening a Japanese restaurant in post-WWII America. WWII made Americans fear and resent Japanese culture. Aoki, at first, deliberately banned anything that seemed fishy or slimy, and focused on the main proteins of the American diet, chicken, steak, and shrimp.

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