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An inspiring D-Day story, for an extra reason. Also, 7 other things worth knowing today.
Seventy-eight years ago this morning, a middle-aged man who had a heart condition and who walked with a cane led the first wave of Allied troops landing at Utah Beach in France.
His name: Theodore Roosevelt Jr., son of the former president.
His professional pedigree: ex-chairman of American Express, former vice-president at Doubleday Books, and one-time …
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