The Congressional Gold Medal is being awarded Tuesday to 1st Special Service Force— a World War II fighting group made up of 1,800 Americans and Canadian that also known as the “Devils Brigade” and were feared by the Germans. The unit’s commander was San Francisco-born Robert T. Frederick.
The Philae craft pulled off the audacious landing hours after it was released toward the giant ball of dust and ice by the unmanned Rosetta space probe.
After seven decades, an airman from Alameda who was shot down in World War II was finally given a proper burial.
The automaker posted a net profit of $1.38 billion, or 81 cents per share, from July through September.
A World War II airman whose remains were found more than 60 years after he was shot down over Germany is set to buried in Oakland.
Archaeologists believe some lost dinosaur bones unearthed nearly a century ago of a creature bigger than a T-Rex may have belonged to one of the weirdest creatures to ever roam the Earth.
San Francisco’s Bucket Man was offered the opportunity of a lifetime when he was sent on an all-expenses paid trip to Europe where his musical talents were acknowledged.
Berlin taxi drivers were celebrating Thursday after authorities banned the ridesharing service Uber from operating in the city because of safety concerns.
The body of a child was discovered in the wheel well of a Navy plane after a routine post-flight inspection after the plane touched down at Ramstein Air Base in Germany, according to CBS News.
Although their fates remain a mystery, these few moments of glory will always be remembered…by them.