HAIL TO THE HEALY

The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

While all the squawk­ing and rustling con­tin­ued in the na­tion’s cap­i­tal, the U.S. Coast Guard Cut­ter Healy ar­rived at the North Pole on Satur­day, be­com­ing the first U.S. sur­face ship to do so un­ac­com­pa­nied, and only the fourth time a U.S. sur­face ves­sel has ever reached the spot. The 145 crew and pas­sen­gers de­parted Dutch Har­bor, Alaska on Aug. 9 aboard the high-lat­i­tude re­search ves­sel and ice breaker which mea­sures 420-feet long, weighs 16,000 tons and boasts 30,000-horse­power. Fol­low Jen­nifer Harper on Twit­ter @HarperBul­letin

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“The beauty of golf is that you de­velop re­la­tion­ships, and you can make deals on a golf course. And I’ve of­ten said that I don’t mind that Pres­i­dent Obama plays a lot of golf,” said Repub­li­can pres­i­den­tial can­di­date Don­ald Trump.

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