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Canada to name new governor general

OTTAWA, July 8 (UPI) -- Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper will name legal scholar David Johnson as the next governor general, a Canadian news organization has learned.

U.S. donates equipment to Pakistani police

PESHAWAR, Pakistan, April 8 (UPI) -- U.S. officials during a ceremony in northwest Pakistan donated more than $100,000 worth of equipment to local police forces fighting area insurgents.

Drug trade international threat, U.S. says

WASHINGTON, March 2 (UPI) -- The use of illicit narcotics is an international problem, U.S. officials said in Washington, adding Iran has the highest usage rates in the world.

New York state police official resigns

NEW YORK, Feb. 25 (UPI) -- The head of New York's Division of Criminal Justice Services resigned amid reports state police interfered in a domestic case involving a governor's aide.

Duck stable after five crossbow shots

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 15 (UPI) -- A duck found shot five times with a crossbow in San Diego is in stable condition after surgery by an avian specialist, authorities said.

COL FB: Tulsa 45, Ball State 13

MOBILE, Ala., Jan. 6 (UPI) -- Tarrion Adams scored three touchdowns Tuesday, leading Tulsa to its second straight GMAC Bowl win, 45-13 over 22nd-ranked Ball State.

7-year-old driver rolls mom's car

HADLEIGH, England, July 23 (UPI) -- British authorities say they are investigating a case involving a 7-year-old who flipped his mother's car after deciding to go for a late-night cruise.

Official calls on lawmakers to fund Merida

WASHINGTON, June 6 (UPI) -- A U.S. State Department official is calling on lawmakers to support the Merida Initiative to combat transnational criminal organizations that threaten security.

JITF operation intercepts cocaine traffic

SAN JUAN, May 2 (UPI) -- Canadian defense officials say a three-ship Canadian task force recently took part in a multinational counter-drug operation in the Caribbean.

Narco-terrorism spreading to North America

WASHINGTON , April 30 (UPI) -- A top official from the U.S. Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs says that narco-terrorism is spreading into North America.

Baptist minister dies herding goat

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn., March 20 (UPI) -- A Baptist minister in Tennessee died attempting to return a goat to a paddock.

Study: NSAID use is underreported

NORFOLK, Va., Oct. 16 (UPI) -- A U.S. study suggested people underreport their use of common but potentially dangerous over-the-counter pain medications known as NSAIDs.

Fatal crash blamed on bee sting

WAKEFIELD, England, April 14 (UPI) -- A minibus driver in Britain said a bee sting caused him to lose control and veer into an oncoming car, killing the couple in the other car.

England interested in U.S. defense shield

LONDON, Feb. 24 (UPI) -- A system of U.S. anti-ballistic weapons could be placed in England if U.S. plans to put them in Eastern Europe fail, a report said. The Independent reported Saturday that U.S. and British officials have been negotiating the missile plan.

Rapid weight loss may herald Alzheimer's

ST. LOUIS, Sept. 11 (UPI) -- U.S. researchers say the slow, steady weight loss associated with aging may speed up prior to the onset of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. David Johnson and colleagues at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis studied weight
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Cindy Sheehan (L) and Michelle De Ford, whose respective sons Specialist Casey Sheehan and Sgt. David Johnson were killed in Iraq, visit Vancouver, British Columbia, May 6, 2006, where they spoke out against the US occupation of Iraq. (UPI Photo/Heinz Ruckemann)
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David Johnson (May 10, 1827 – January 30, 1908) was a member of the second generation of Hudson River School painters.

He was born in New York City, New York. He studied for two years at the antique school of the National Academy of Design. He also studied briefly with the Hudson River artist Jasper Francis Cropsey. Along with John Frederick Kensett and John William Casilear, he was best known for the development of Luminism. His most important work was Haines Falls, Kauterskill Clove, 1849. Johnson wrote on the back of the painting, "My first study from nature. Made in company with J.F. Kensett, and J.W. Casilear," making this an important historic document. By 1850, Johnson was exhibiting regularly at the National Academy of Design in New York, where he became an associate in 1860. He exhibited extensively in other major American art centers, including Chicago, Boston and Philadelphia. He died in Walden, New York, in 1908.

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