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Vietnam vet dies a month after reported assault at Minnesota park

Thomas Dunne, who fought two tours in Vietnam as a Marine and went on to serve in the Minnesota National Guard and the Wisconsin Army Reserves, died Friday at Regions Hospital, nearly a month after St. Paul police say a 17-year-old severely injured him with a punch to the face at Harriet Island Regional Park.

Pain, sweat and sandworms

Butler, Chalamet and the rest of the cast rise to the challenge of making 2nd chapter in ambitious and visionary ‘Dune’ franchise

New Orleans hat seller honored by France for service in WWII

WWII veteran Samuel Meyer, who still puts in a few days a week at Meyer the Hatter, the business started by his grandfather in 1894, was awarded the rank of chevalier, or knight, of the National Order of the Legion of Honor. The French government honored Meyer during a ceremony Tuesday in New Orleans.

New 22 mph speed limit signs highlight a national tragedy

Town officials in Port Royal, S.C., and a veterans group hope an unusual number for a speed limit sign — 22 mph — will raises awareness about the loss of these veterans and spark conversations about and solutions for the problem.

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