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WASHINGTON - Retired Air Force Major Jesse M. Baltazar, a veteran of World War II, Korea and Vietnam, had breakfast with President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden Monday before making his way to the World War II Memorial.
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At many fancy banquets in Washington, D.C., it's customary for the band to play the official songs of the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard. And it is the custom of audience members who've served with those branches of our military to stand at attention.
Yolyvee Gordon popped and percolated down to the floor as the nightclub lights flashed and the F-bomb-filled rap music rattled eardrums. On weekdays, Gordon's an attorney with a large Tampa, Fla., law firm. But on this night, she was assisting Janet Jones in her campaign to liberate women from the gender roles and social mores that keep them two-stepping at holiday parties. In the safety of Club Prana, Gordon and Jones encouraged 39 women in workout gear to twerk their hearts out - free of judgment - and join the Vixen Workout's Vixen Army.