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  • At Ft. Hood, Obama mourns shooting rampage victims

    FT. HOOD, Texas — For the second time in five years, President Obama came to this sprawling Army post to console a community all too familiar with death, to offer a nation's condolences and to remind soldiers and their families of the healing...
  • He battles, but disease defeats him

    He battles, but disease defeats him
    Third of three parts. In Part 2 on Wednesday, Orange Coast College student Jon Ludlow decided to stop following his medication schedule, skipping some doses. His behavior became erratic when he stopped taking the prescriptions altogether. He hailed a...
  • Kenley Jansen can't solve Victor Martinez in Dodgers' 7-6 loss

    Kenley Jansen can't solve Victor Martinez in Dodgers' 7-6 loss
    It was only the 10th game of the season for the Dodgers but mark it down as the early leader for their strangest. And, maybe, the most disappointing. A steal of home, a suicide squeeze by a pitcher, three errors by the Dodgers, a dramatic three-run...
  • Teens turned to Twitter over Facebook after high school stabbing

    Teens turned to Twitter over Facebook after high school stabbing
    Sydney Contraguerro saw a friend get stabbed in the hallway of Franklin Regional High School on Wednesday. And then she turned to Twitter to figure out what was happening in the halls of her high school. “I was checking Twitter every 15 minutes,&...
  • Suicide blast at Afghan Interior Ministry kills 6 police officers

    Suicide blast at Afghan Interior Ministry kills 6 police officers
    KABUL, Afghanistan -- A Taliban suicide bomber managed to get past a security checkpoint Wednesday and then blew himself up at the entrance to the Afghan Interior Ministry, killing six police officers on the last day of campaigning in this country’s...
  • Long-ago victim puts face on torment of bullying

    As long-ago bullying victim Diane Silviotti spoke to a standing-room-only audience of children and adults in the Boys and Girls Club of Easton last week, 13-year-old Jasaydi Clemente edged toward the front. Silviotti's cerebral palsy makes her difficult...
  • Father's depression, suicide don't define East Ridge softball player |Video

    Father's depression, suicide don't define East Ridge softball player |<b>Video</b>
    CLERMONT — Dangling from a parachute, Shannon Schmitt and her father whipped through the sky above the Gulf of Mexico. As they suddenly dipped into the ocean waves, Schmitt shrieked. Her father, Jim, turned to her with a huge smile and said, "This...
  • FBI file sheds more light on disgraced ex-Metra CEO

    FBI file sheds more light on disgraced ex-Metra CEO
    The FBI conducted a 22-month investigation of former Metra Executive Director Phil Pagano, concluding that he did not embezzle any money other than the $475,000 he was accused of taking from Metra, newly released records show. The documents shed light...
  • Murder-suicide is suspected after four bodies are found in O.C. home

    Murder-suicide is suspected after four bodies are found in O.C. home
    The discovery of four bodies inside a home in what sheriff's deputies suspect was a murder-suicide jolted a quiet, palm-lined neighborhood in Mission Viejo on Tuesday morning. Deputies found the bodies of two males and two females after they were called...
  • You say gun control doesn't work? Fine. Let's ban guns altogether.

    You say gun control doesn't work? Fine. Let's ban guns altogether.
    In a post Tuesday, I listed the mass shootings since January 2013 in which at least three people were killed. It’s an agonizingly, depressingly long list, and I cited it as the prime reason we need meaningful gun control. The post received the usual...
  • Driven to solve murders in Stephen King's 'Mr. Mercedes'

    Driven to solve murders in Stephen King's 'Mr. Mercedes'
    Few would dispute that Stephen King is the champion of genre fiction. Since 1974's "Carrie," King has been scaring the bejesus out of readers (and, on occasion, filmgoers) with more than 50 novels and shorter fiction that seem grounded in our everyday...