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National Anthem sung by a vet

A kid, an opera singer, Whitney Houston, or any celebrity can sing the National Anthem and it is moving. When it's sung by a veteran, as it was before last night's Eagles Panthers game, it is inspiring.

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These names will soon be in every classroom in America

According to Today, these are the 20 up and coming baby names that will soon be heard in classroom attendance checks across the country. I remember my friends Tommy, Doug, Paul, Bill, Carl, etcera. Today we'd be the oddballs.

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Soldier travels 22 hours to surprise wife and see newborn daughter

Srgt. John Vorrath with the Iowa National Guard won't say where he's currently deployed for safety reasons, but it's a long ways away.

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WATCH: Plane lands sideways

Think you've had a rough landing when traveling by air? Check out this insanely skilled pilot's work on an extremely windy day in Chicago. He has to land the plane at such a sharp angle it's practically sideways.

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One recent vet’s story on Veterans Day

I like this story because it isn't just about the risk and sacrifice of a veteran who recently returned from Afghanistan. It's equally about the sacrifice his wife and children made. Thank God for all our veterans on this Veterans Day.

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Pat Sajak walks off ‘Wheel of Fortune’ set after bad answers

You know you've made a bad choice in answers when you make the host leave the set.

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FILE – This undated file photo provided by the Maynard family shows Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old terminally ill woman who plans to take her own life under Oregon’s death with dignity law. A spokesman for a terminally ill Oregon woman says she has taken lethal medication prescribed by a doctor and died. (AP Photo/Maynard Family, File)
FILE – This undated file photo provided by the Maynard family shows Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old terminally ill woman who plans to take her own life under Oregon’s death with dignity law. A spokesman for a terminally ill Oregon woman says she has taken lethal medication prescribed by a doctor and died. (AP Photo/Maynard Family, File)
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POLL: Do you support a ‘Death with Dignity’ bill?

Help A NJ Veteran in Need This Weekend
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Dennis and Judi listener raises money for Wounded Warrior Project

Dennis and Judi got a call from one of their favorite listeners, Jillian who is doing something very special for a group of veterans.

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Pizza Hut offers more variety: What’s your favorite ‘guilty pleasure’ food?

Truth be told, I’ve never been inside a Pizza Hut.

Or for that matter a Dominos, a Papa Johns or any of those joints.

I get sick to my stomach watching all those commercials with “cafones” wolfing down large servings of pies – washing it down with large Cokes – then topping it off with pizza chocolate chip cookies

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Rider University plants 10,000 flags to honor veterans

Rider University students, alumni, and their families came together to plant 10,000 flags in honor of Veterans Day.

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