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American Heritage has been the leading magazine of U.S. history, politics, culture, and heritage travel for over six decades. Read more >>

In 1942, Congress and the Administration debated cancelling the famous gridiron match-up between Army and Navy because of wartime gas rationing. President Roosevelt found a novel solution.

The Statue of Liberty has been glorified, romanticized, trivialized, and over-publicized. But the meaning of “Liberty Enlightening the World” is still everything. 

A record eight former champions are competing in this year’s U.S. Amateur Championship.  Headlining the class is four-time and defending champion Brian Parks of Bakersfield, Calif.  Some in attendance at Stroker’s Billiards and […]

Stacie Bourbeau of Orange, Mass., is this year’s U.S. Amateur Champion in the Women’s Division.  Bourbeau defeated former champion Dana Aft of Marietta, Ga., 9-7 in the final round. The finale opened […]

Michael Weitz of Boise, Idaho joined the APA in 2006 as a way to meet people after moving to Phoenix for a job. He had never played in a pool league before, […]

When a user asks a question in Google Search, we might show a search result in a special  featured snippet  block at the top of the search results page. This featured snippet block includes a summary of the answer, extracted from a webpage, plus a link to the page, the page title and URL. A featured snippet might look something like this on the page:

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American Heritage has been the leading magazine of U.S. history, politics, culture, and heritage travel for over six decades. Read more >>

In 1942, Congress and the Administration debated cancelling the famous gridiron match-up between Army and Navy because of wartime gas rationing. President Roosevelt found a novel solution.

The Statue of Liberty has been glorified, romanticized, trivialized, and over-publicized. But the meaning of “Liberty Enlightening the World” is still everything. 

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