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  • Pilots fought war on two fronts

    Pilots fought war on two fronts
    Not long after his 90th birthday a few weeks ago, LeRoy Battle's wheelchair was parked in the White House's theater room to screen the new film "Red Tails" before it hit theaters. Wearing the red blazer favored by the Tuskegee Airmen, Battle had...
  • Our Legacy: The Freeman Field mutiny

    Our Legacy: The Freeman Field mutiny
    Tuskegee Airmen of the 477th Medium Bombardment Group charged with "invading the sacred precincts" "Contact...Joy stick back Sailing through the blue. Loyal sons of the 99th Brave, Tried and True. For we are the hero's of the night. To Hell with the...
  • Appeals court overturns ruling, says government wiretapping was OK

     
    A federal appeals court Tuesday threw out a lawsuit by lawyers for an Islamic group that charged the federal government had illegally wiretapped them. A three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals said the government had legal......
  • Lawsuit planned against bill that helps Los Angeles' NFL stadium

     
    Environmental activists and anti-poverty groups were scheduled to file a lawsuit Thursday challenging a state law that gave special treatment to the developer of a planned downtown NFL stadium by speeding up the environmental review process for the $1.1...
  • Amnesty International to Egypt: Stop 'bloody' legacy of repression

     
    Amnesty International sent a letter Tuesday to Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi urging him to stem the “bloody” legacy of state repression highlighted in two reports that detail killings, torture and sexual assaults that have shaken the nation...
  • Guantanamo terrorism convictions proving vulnerable on appeal

     
    Global Focus: Salim Hamdan has been home in his native Yemen for nearly four years since completing his sentence at Guantanamo Bay for providing "material support to terrorism" -- six years of domestic service to Osama bin Laden as gardener, bodyguard and...
  • Five British troops charged with murder in Afghan incident

     
    Five Royal Marines have been charged with murder in an allegedly unlawful death in Afghanistan last year, defense officials said Sunday, marking what is believed to be the first time that the British military has taken such a step since the conflict began...
  • A children's treasury of end-of-session bill signings.

     
    In case you were wondering what your elected leaders were doing during the waning hours of the 2011-12 leiglsaitve session, here's a selection of bills signed into law by Gov. Tom Corbett today. They range from a measure providing additional......
  • Here's one prediction you can take to the bank: In 2016, Focus on the Family will still be spewing paranoid nonsense

     
    In advance of the 2008 election, Focus on the Family released "Letter from 2012 in Obama’s America," warning their followers what life would be like in the fall of 2012 were Barack Obama to be elected. It's both frightening and......
  • Appeal hearing set for Camp Pendleton Marine in Iraqi murder case

     
    A military court is set to hear an appeal Tuesday from a Camp Pendleton Marine convicted in the 2006 killing of an Iraqi civilian--the last of the so-called Pendleton 8 to be behind bars....
  • Military court to review rule making suicide attempt a crime

     
    In a case involving a discharged Marine from Oceanside, a military court next week will consider the decades-old military statute that makes it a crime to attempt suicide....