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  • In devising a plan in Iraq, U.S. looks to its Yemen model

    In devising a plan in Iraq, U.S. looks to its Yemen model
    As they plan their response to the crisis in Iraq, President Obama and his top aides are hoping to replicate elements of an often-overlooked and relatively successful U.S. military operation in another war-ravaged Middle East nation: Yemen. An...
  • White House plans more transfers from Guantanamo prison

    White House plans more transfers from Guantanamo prison
    The White House is making plans to transfer more detainees from the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay despite the mounting political furor over the exchange of five Taliban prisoners for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, officials said Tuesday. Caitlin...
  • Lehigh Valley businesses among those aided by embattled federal export bank

    Lehigh Valley businesses among those aided by embattled federal export bank
    — About four years ago, a Lehigh County aquarium manufacturer found itself with a dilemma — it was becoming too successful at selling its products overseas. That may not sound like a problem, but for EcoTech Marine's founders, the risk of...
  • Rick Perry's comeback headed off at the pass

    Rick Perry's comeback headed off at the pass
    It was all going so well for Texas Gov. Rick Perry — until the indictment. His efforts to move past a disastrous 2012 presidential run that had become a reliable punch line for a senior moment seemed to be working. He's dropped a few pounds and...
  • Richard Dauenhauer dies at 72; scholar of Tlingit language, culture

     Richard Dauenhauer dies at 72; scholar of Tlingit language, culture
    A fish doesn't jump in Tlingit, the native language of indigenous people of Southeast Alaska. It performs a feat no word in English can adequately express. The verb in Tlingit captures the instant when a fish breaks the surface, the sequence of sounds...
  • Rick Perry calls for 'overwhelming force' against Islamic State

    Rick Perry calls for 'overwhelming force' against Islamic State
    Texas Gov. Rick Perry called for "overwhelming force" to be deployed in response to the threat posed by the Islamic State militant group, which he warned could soon launch an attack on U.S. soil. Perry argued that the jihadist movement had had a...
  • St. Charles may help with Camp Kane party

     St. Charles may help with Camp Kane party
    Plans for a celebration to rededicate Camp Kane in Langum Park in September moved forward Monday night, with St. Charles giving preliminary approval to contribute funds to the party. Acting as a committee, the council agreed to pay up to $1,000 in...
  • Inadequate funding puts schooner Virginia up for sale

    Inadequate funding puts schooner Virginia up for sale
    The Virginia Maritime Heritage Foundation says the Norfolk-based 126-foot schooner Virginia will be put up for sale after it returns to Hampton Roads this month. The replica of the schooner that that trained and transferred Hampton Roads ship pilots...
  • A newspaper fact-checks its own right-wing op-ed; hilarity ensues

    A newspaper fact-checks its own right-wing op-ed; hilarity ensues
    The Kansas City Star probably thought it was on solid ground when it published an op-ed by Stephen Moore defending the draconian, and economically debilitating, tax cuts instituted by Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback. (We reported on how the tax cuts have turned...
  • Historic St. Charles law office to move

    Historic St. Charles law office to move
    An 1840s building in the St. Charles historic district is set to be moved next month to the city's east side, officials said. Public Works Director Peter Suhr told aldermen that the Jones Law Office, currently at 302 Cedar Ave., would be relocated to...
  • St. Charles to celebrate history Sept. 20 at Langum Park

    St. Charles to celebrate history Sept. 20 at Langum Park
    History enthusiasts and St. Charles officials are inviting the community to a special event at Langum Park next weekend to celebrate the recent move of an 1840s structure and the city's Civil War history. On Sept. 20, Mayor Ray Rogina will lead...