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But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research hashreat, General Douglas MacArthur was particularly concerned about the safety of his delegates.“There was a lot of concern on MacArthur and his staff’s side that something dastardly could happen, that the initial party could get ambushed,” explains Kenneth Rendell, the founder and director of the Museum of World War II in Natick, Mass. MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research hashreat, General Douglas MacArthur was particularly concerned about the safety of his delegates.“There was a lot of concern on MacArthur and his staff’s side that something dastardly could happen, that the initial party could get ambushed,” explains Kenneth Rendell, the founder and director of the Museum of World War II in Natick, Mass. MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research has,yeezy boost boxhreat, General Douglas MacArthur was particularly concerned about the safety of his delegates.“There was a lot of concern on MacArthur and his staff’s side that something dastardly could happen, that the initial party could get ambushed,” explains Kenneth Rendell, the founder and director of the Museum of World War II in Natick, Mass. MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research hashreat, General Douglas MacArthur was particularly concerned about the safety of his delegates.“There was a lot of concern on MacArthur and his staff’s side that something dastardly could happen, that the initial party could get ambushed,” explains Kenneth Rendell, the founder and director of the Museum of World War II in Natick, Mass. MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research hashreat, General Douglas MacArthur was particularly concerned about the safety of his delegates.“There was a lot of concern on MacArthur and his staff’s side that something dastardly could happen, that the initial party could get ambushed,” explains Kenneth Rendell, the founder and director of the Museum of World War II in Natick, Mass. MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research hasyeezy boost all white

adidas yeezy 350 boost francehreat, General Douglas MacArthur was particularly concerned about the safety of his delegates.“There was a lot of concern on MacArthur and his staff’s side that something dastardly could happen, that the initial party could get ambushed,” explains Kenneth Rendell, the founder and director of the Museum of World War II in Natick, Mass. MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research hashreat, General Douglas MacArthur was particularly concerned about the safety of his delegates.“There was a lot of concern on MacArthur and his staff’s side that something dastardly could happen, that the initial party could get ambushed,” explains Kenneth Rendell, the founder and director of the Museum of World War II in Natick, Mass. MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research hashreat, General Douglas MacArthur was particularly concerned about the safety of his delegates.“There was a lot of concern on MacArthur and his staff’s side that something dastardly could happen, that the initial party could get ambushed,” explains Kenneth Rendell, the founder and director of the Museum of World War II in Natick, Mass. MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research has,adidas yeezy seasonhreat, General Douglas MacArthur was particularly concerned about the safety of his delegates.“There was a lot of concern on MacArthur and his staff’s side that something dastardly could happen, that the initial party could get ambushed,” explains Kenneth Rendell, the founder and director of the Museum of World War II in Natick, Mass. MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research hashreat, General Douglas MacArthur was particularly concerned about the safety of his delegates.“There was a lot of concern on MacArthur and his staff’s side that something dastardly could happen, that the initial party could get ambushed,” explains Kenneth Rendell, the founder and director of the Museum of World War II in Natick, Mass. MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research hashreat, General Douglas MacArthur was particularly concerned about the safety of his delegates.“There was a lot of concern on MacArthur and his staff’s side that something dastardly could happen, that the initial party could get ambushed,” explains Kenneth Rendell, the founder and director of the Museum of World War II in Natick, Mass. MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research hasder adidas yeezy 350 boost

yeezy boost 350 size 8hreat, General Douglas MacArthur was particularly concerned about the safety of his delegates.“There was a lot of concern on MacArthur and his staff’s side that something dastardly could happen, that the initial party could get ambushed,” explains Kenneth Rendell, the founder and director of the Museum of World War II in Natick, Mass. MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research hashreat, General Douglas MacArthur was particularly concerned about the safety of his delegates.“There was a lot of concern on MacArthur and his staff’s side that something dastardly could happen, that the initial party could get ambushed,” explains Kenneth Rendell, the founder and director of the Museum of World War II in Natick, Mass. MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research hashreat, General Douglas MacArthur was particularly concerned about the safety of his delegates.“There was a lot of concern on MacArthur and his staff’s side that something dastardly could happen, that the initial party could get ambushed,” explains Kenneth Rendell, the founder and director of the Museum of World War II in Natick, Mass. MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. 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MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research hashreat, General Douglas MacArthur was particularly concerned about the safety of his delegates.“There was a lot of concern on MacArthur and his staff’s side that something dastardly could happen, that the initial party could get ambushed,” explains Kenneth Rendell, the founder and director of the Museum of World War II in Natick, Mass. MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research hashreat, General Douglas MacArthur was particularly concerned about the safety of his delegates.“There was a lot of concern on MacArthur and his staff’s side that something dastardly could happen, that the initial party could get ambushed,” explains Kenneth Rendell, the founder and director of the Museum of World War II in Natick, Mass. MacArthur’s concern can be seen in the lengthy document he prepared instructing Japanese delegates about the steps that would need to be followed in order to bring the two sides together.In this page from one draft of that document, which is in the museum’s collection, MacArthur’s handwritten notes can be seen making a slightuggs slippers change to the timing of one of those steps. (The document was in the papers of LeGrande A. Diller, MacArthur’s chief of staff for public relations, before it was acquired by the museum.) But even the most detailed plans don’t always work out: this document names August 31—exactly 70 years ago Monday—as the date on which the two sides would meet. But further complications pushed the signing of the surrender documents to Sept. 2.More like this: See the Original Operations Orders for the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiRead TIME’s original 1945 coverage of the surrender, here in the TIME Vault: “… Peace Be Now Restored”Pope Francis will uggs slipperstravel through Central Park when he visits New York City on September 24-26.Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the news in a tweet.Truly honored to announce His Holiness @Pontifex will travel through Central Park during his NYC visit: http://t.co/Pz2xqFA9OY— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 1, 2015The historic procession is set to take place on September 25.Tickets will be required and will be randomly distributed online here to residents of New York state. The complete schedule of the papal visit can be found here.Read next: Inside Preparations for the Pope’s VisitThe University of Texas at Austin removed a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Sunday.The move huggs slippersappened days after an appeal by a Confederate supporter group was rejected by a state district judge. The statue of Davis is expected to be placed in UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in about 18 months.In March the UT student body had voted for the statue to be removed from its prominent spot on campus. The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sued to prevent UT from moving the statue, but lost.As the AP notes, Confederate symbols nationwide have been a target of criticism in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. The statue of Davis at UT was criticized as a symbol of racism.Several days after ESPN suspended analyst Curt Schilling foruggs slippers an offensive tweet about Muslims, Sarah Palin has come to the former Major League pitcher’s defense.In the original tweet, posted Tuesday, Schilling shared a photo of Hitler with the caption, “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How’d that go?” His own comment on the image read, “The math is staggering when you get to true #’s.”Schilling quickly deleted the tweet, and ESPN announced it had removed him from covering the Little League World Series. While Schilling once again took to Twitter to apologize and say he agreed with his punishment, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin posted a lengthy respouggs slippersnse to the incident on her Facebook page in which she called ESPN “a journalistic embarrassment,” adding “Your intolerant PC police are running amok and making a joke out of you!”Palin went on to say she agreed with Schilling, in fact saying he was being too generous in his comparison. “The difference between Hitler’s army and the genocidal maniacs of ISIS,” she wrote, “is that the jihadists don’t have as much power… yet.” She said that ESPN had bought into ISIS’s propaganda, “helping mislead the public about the very real threat of terrorism.”Palin also recalled offensive remarks made about her on an ESPN auggs slippersffiliate’s program in 2011, saying the “x-rated celebration of violence against women didn’t even draw a chirp from ESPN’s wussified leaders.”Palin concluded her post by telling the network to “stick to sports.”Hurricane Katrina surprised disaster preparedness authorities when it made landfall 10 years ago, leveling entire communities and killing more than 1,800 people. The storm caused more than 0 billion in damage, making it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. But for all the damage the storm caused in New Orleans, Katrina was a relatively weak hurricane when it hit the city.In the academic community, the unexpected disaster prompteduggs slippers climate scientists to consider the link between climate change and storms. Since then, research hasyeezy boost technology



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