The coronavirus pandemic is starting to take a toll on military operations, even as the civilian authorities increasingly turn to the Pentagon for emergency assistance.
Leo is going to play Theo.
'Tattooed New York,' a new exhibit at the New York Historical Society, traces ink history from the Iroquois to today.
In 1909, one woman kicked off a heated debate in the nation's capitol, pitting skeptical educators against football supporters about whether the sport belonged in schools at all.
President Theodore Roosevelt is remembered as an ardent football supporter, but his son Ted's high school and college playing injuries complicated his feelings about the sport's inherent violence.
The US president used his executive powers to protect huge swaths of land in Nevada, California, and Texas, despite claims of a federal "land grab" from Republicans.
Almost a century before mixing martial arts officially became a thing, 26th President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt, was boxing, wrestling, and training judo in the White House.