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Veterans History Project needs tales.
U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster announced Feb. 13 that her office is seeking the stories of Granite State veterans for the Veterans History Project.
New Hampshire Congresswoman Annie Kuster went viral earlier this month, raising the roof during President Donald Trump's State of the Union address (pictured above.) Representative Kuster is back in Washington this term along with a historic number of women serving in Congress.
In a letter sent to President Donald Trump on Tuesday, all four members of the New Hampshire congressional delegation opposed the possible reallocation of congressionally approved funding slated for construction at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and the National Guard for use to construct the U.S.-Mexico border wall.
NASHUA — Harbor Homes, one of the agencies that operates Nashua’s Safe Stations program, is set to receive more than $2 million to assist homeless veterans.
After her "raise the roof" State of the Union reaction went viral, a New Hampshire congresswoman says she was honored by her portrayal on Saturday Night Live.
FRANCONIA, N.H. —
Cannon Mountain honored service members at their first Military Appreciation Day on Sunday.
Active duty, retired, reserve and veteran military members got free lift tickets as a thank you for their service.
NASHUA -Water in the Nashua River often ran a rusty red in the 1960s because of intense pollution, as it was one of the nation’s most contaminated waterways.
Those who were around to witness the water conditions may remember seeing a different color flowing down the river each day, depending on what sort of pollution was most recently discharged.
At Tuesday night’s State of the Union, Donald Trump inadvertently triggered a celebration by female Democratic lawmakers, who were dressed in white as a tribute to the suffrage movement, when he touted statistics about women’s employment.
WASHINGTON (CN) – Had they known that the Trump administration’s zero-tolerance immigration policy would involve separating families, a high-ranking government official told lawmakers Thursday that neither he, nor anyone he knew at other federal agencies, would have endorsed it.
President Donald Trump delivered his second State of the Union address Tuesday night.
There was plenty of applause throughout his speech, but one moment in particular drew a bipartisan standing ovation.
"We also have more women serving in Congress than at any time before," Trump said.