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  • Saudi-led strikes do little to reverse Houthi gains, Yemenis say

    Saudi-led strikes do little to reverse Houthi gains, Yemenis say
    From their post on a rocky hilltop, a pair of Saudi border guards man a .50-caliber machine gun and use binoculars to scan the dry scrubland that separates this kingdom from its war-torn neighbor to the south, Yemen. The scene before them appeared...
  • Man charged in Kansas bomb plot called strange, troubled

     Man charged in Kansas bomb plot called strange, troubled
    John T. Booker Jr. struck others as strange or even troubled but also as a young man not shy about discussing his faith as a Muslim or debating Islamic philosophy at the Topeka mosque he attended. His name tag at his last job identified him as Muhammad....
  • Man charged with plotting bombing at Kansas military base: FBI

    Man charged with plotting bombing at Kansas military base: FBI
    A man charged Friday with plotting a suicide bomb attack on a Kansas military base to help the Islamic State group is mentally ill and was acting strangely only days before his arrest, according to a Muslim cleric who said he was counseling him at the...
  • California Vietnam War memorial to recognize locals among 'Lost 74'

    California Vietnam War memorial to recognize locals among 'Lost 74'
    James Kerr grew up in Glendale in the ’50s and ’60s, delivering newspapers on his paper route, playing little league baseball and graduating from Hoover High School in the late 1960s. But as an 18-year-old seaman apprentice in the U.S. Navy,...
  • War, Bob Carr and capitalism: Letters

    War, Bob Carr and capitalism: Letters
    War: All out or not at all President Obama and the Congress must not remember the United States had to continuously carpet-bomb Germany, and also bomb Japan, which resulted in tens of thousands of civilian deaths, in order to limit U.S. military...
  • NTSB: Robinson helicopter crashes have killed 19, injured 41 in Florida since 2000

    NTSB: Robinson helicopter crashes have killed 19, injured 41 in Florida since 2000
    The cause behind Central Florida's deadliest helicopter crash two weeks ago likely awaits a yearlong investigation to figure out what went tragically wrong in the last minutes of the three victims' lives. Recreational pilot Bruce Teitelbaum became so...
  • Duckworth's bid for Kirk's U.S. Senate seat promises costly battle

    Duckworth's bid for Kirk's U.S. Senate seat promises costly battle
    — Rep. Tammy Duckworth's challenge to Republican Sen. Mark Kirk portends a costly battle in what figures to be one of the most closely watched 2016 Senate contests. Duckworth, 47, a two-term Democrat from Hoffman Estates who lost her legs in the...
  • Girls, want to take a free airplane ride?

    Girls, want to take a free airplane ride?
    What aviation needs is more women – and girls. To entice them into the skies, women and girls over age 10 can sign up for free airplane rides from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday at North Palm Beach County Airport, 11600 Aviation Rd., off Beeline...
  • 'Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious' offers small dose of successful film franchise

    GamerHub.tv With the breakout success of "Furious 7," Microsoft has teamed up with Universal Pictures to offer a special free version of "Forza Horizon 2" that serves as a prequel to the film. In the long-winded "Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious,"...
  • Without funding boost, Navy shipbuilding plan runs aground

    Without funding boost, Navy shipbuilding plan runs aground
    On the surface, the Navy's new 30-year shipbuilding plan looks like smooth sailing for Huntington Ingalls Industries and other shipyards that contribute to the U.S. fleet. In a perfect world, the Navy would purchase a Ford-class aircraft carrier every...
  • Intent of Russian military aircraft near U.S. shores remains unclear

    The air is frigid and the wind is howling as Air Force Col. Frank Flores lifts a pair of foot-long binoculars and studies a hazy dot about 50 miles west across the Bering Strait. "That's the mainland there," he shouts above the gusts. It's Siberia,...