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  • Israel says Iron Dome scores 90 percent rocket interception rate

    JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's Iron Dome interceptor has shot down some 90 percent of Palestinian rockets it engaged during this week's surge of Gaza fighting, up from the 85 percent rate in the previous mini-war of 2012, Israeli and U.S. officials said on Thursday.
  • Drone kills six in NW Pakistan, army seizes most of key city from Taliban

    MIRANSHAH Pakistan (Reuters) - Missiles from a U.S. drone slammed into a mud house and killed six suspected militants in Pakistan's rugged northwest on Thursday, officials said, as the Pakistani military said it had seized control of 80 percent of a key...

    Air Power Park to honor women aviators

    Anyone who has spent time on Mercury Boulevard in Hampton has driven past the Air Power Park and Museum. It's near the intersection with LaSalle Avenue and you can't miss it. Just look for the various missiles and fighter jets on display. Those outdoor...

    Islamists corner commandos defending Iraq's largest refinery

    BAGHDAD The fight for Iraq's largest oil refinery has deteriorated into a tense standoff as 75 troops loyal to the government struggle to hold out in a small compound in the sprawling facility, surrounded by hundreds of radical Sunni Muslim militants....

    Northrop favors California over Florida for building bomber

    Northrop favors California over Florida for building bomber
    Florida's hopes of becoming the manufacturing site for the stealth bomber of the future appear to have been dashed by California, though the Sunshine State may still capture a share of the multibillion-dollar business. Northrop Grumman Corp. has decided...