WASHINGTON--An emergency board of the National Railway Labor Panel recommended to President Roosevelt today that the more than 1,000,000 non-operating
CHUNGKING -- Outnumbered Chinese troops fought stoutly today against two Japanese forces totalling 28,000 men which sought to drive them
AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 4, Detroit 1 (1st game). Detroit 4, Cleveland 1 (2nd game). Washington 12, Philadelphia 2 (1st game).
WASHINGTON--War Manpower Commissioner Paul V. McNutt was the only pitcher who lasted out the game today as the Washington Senators
WASHINGTON--Plans of the War Relocation Authority to facilitate transfer of American-born Japanese from western relocation centers to eastern farms, homes
WASHINGTON--American troops killed 6066 Japanese--a ratio of about 18 Japs killed for every American lost--in the final four weeks offensive
GEN. MacARTHUR's HEADQUARTERS, Australia--Allied troops closed from three sides today on Sanananda Point, last Japanese foothold in the Papuan area
MOSCOW--The Red Army beat off counter-attacks and drove forward on the central front yesterday, blasting the Germans from two defense
Here to discuss "Reconstruction Problems" in the Faculty Club Library at 8 o'clock tonight, Mrs. Mary A. Hamilton, former M.
MOSCOW--Russian forces stormed deep into the heart of German defense systems west of Moscow and Stalingrad yesterday, capturing many forts
LONDON--Winston Churchill warned Italy by inference tonight to got out of the war to avoid "prolonged, scientific and shattering" air
MOSCOW--German troops have scored a 200 yard advance in one sector of the north Stalingrad factory area but they have
CAIRO--Allied troops advanced slowly but steadily on the Egyptian battlefront today, picking their way through deep mine and barbed wire
WASHINGTON--A Japanese submarine torpedoed and sank the U.S. Aircraft Carrier Wasp Sept. 15 while she was covering reinforcement operations in
MOSCOW--German assault troops captured two streets in the factory area of North Stalingrad Sunday while a Russian relief army hearing