Some things happen in Washington with great fanfare, noise, uproar. Some things happen rather more quietly. The latter measure applies to the rise of Congressman Richard Neal up his Democratic Party’s chain of command on Capitol Hill.
An eleventh hour bid is being mounted to have rank restored to Admiral Husband E. Kimmel, who was in command of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. A new book by Ireland-based investigative reporters explores how he was scapegoated.