Haunting Prison Ship Martyrs Monument in Brooklyn is America's 'original' tomb of unknown war heroes

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FOX News— The Prison Ship Martyrs Monument in Brooklyn, New York, pays chilling tribute to the 11,500 Americans, and allies, who died aboard British prison ships during the American Revolution.

www.hardcoregamer.com—EA’s 10 Year Exclusivity for Star Wars is Over, Here’s What’s Next for Star Wars Games. EA and Disney’s exclusivity deal to develop and publish Star Wars games has come to an end. For the past decade, with the exception of LEGO, only EA and its studios had the ability to release new titles set in ‘A Galaxy Far Far Away.’ The license is now open for other studios and publishers […]

Fortune—America had the debate about paying its debt after the Revolution and the Civil War. Here’s why we reached the same conclusion twice. America's leaders recognized the impact on the country's future if the U.S. defaulted–and put the obligation to pay its debt in the Constitution. Twice.

American Military News—‘A true patriot’: York County’s T.J. Martin, twice a prisoner of war, dies at 93. T.J. Martin didn’t just survive being a prisoner of war once. He survived twice. He was captured in 1951, then again in 1952. But he never gave up. Martin spent more than two years as a captive in Korea. Then he came home to York County and spent the rest of his life volunteering for veterans in York County, throughout South Carolina and around …