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  • The 'Impossible' risks taken by high-flying Tom Cruise

     The 'Impossible' risks taken by high-flying Tom Cruise
    On a chilly British day last fall, Tom Cruise clung to the outside of an Airbus A400 military aircraft as it waited on the tarmac. The director and crew members from his new movie, "Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation," were huddled inside the plane,...
  • 85 Eustis soldiers affected by medical unit closure

    85 Eustis soldiers affected by medical unit closure
    The 85 soldiers at Fort Eustis' Warrior Transition Unit have been given a timeline. Come August 2016, the unit is required to close per an Army mandate issued Friday giving the soldiers three options: return to full duty, get out of the military or move...
  • Hurricane officials to take off on awareness tour

    Hurricane officials to take off on awareness tour
    Big-name bands frequently go on multi-city tours to promote their music. Next month, National Hurricane Center officials will conduct a six-city tour - with two of those in Florida - to promote hurricane preparedness. "The U.S. was again spared from a...
  • Saudi Arabia to shift from heavy airstrikes to 'political process' in Yemen

    Saudi Arabia to shift from heavy airstrikes to 'political process' in Yemen
    Amid mounting civilian casualties, Saudi Arabia on Tuesday signaled a scaling back of its nearly monthlong campaign of airstrikes in Yemen, but said it would continue to act militarily against Shiite Muslim insurgents who have overrun much of the...
  • Saudi: Campaign against Yemen rebels enters new phase

    Saudi: Campaign against Yemen rebels enters new phase
    Saudi Arabia declared an end on Tuesday to its nearly monthlong "Decisive Storm" air campaign against Houthi rebels in Yemen, and announced the start of a more limited military campaign aimed at preventing the rebels from operating. Speaking at a news...
  • Look But Don't Touch

    Look But Don't Touch
    The 2016 presidential race will be won by...(drum roll)....the envelope, please.....Republican Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin (applause.) The first thing he’ll do on the first morning is sign an executive order to gut Obamacare, or maybe make some...
  • Saudi airstrikes pound Yemen's Shiite rebels, killing 20

    Saudi airstrikes pound Yemen's Shiite rebels, killing 20
    The Saudi-led coalition pounded Shiite rebels in Yemen on Tuesday, killing 20 in a city in the country's west as the civilian death toll rose to 38 from airstrikes the day before in the capital, Sanaa, officials said. The U.S. backed campaign by Saudi...
  • U.S. trying to restrain Saudi Arabia on deadly Yemen airstrikes

    U.S. trying to restrain Saudi Arabia on deadly Yemen airstrikes
    Top Obama administration officials have failed for several days to persuade Saudi Arabia’s government to limit the scope of its airstrikes on cities and towns in Yemen, a campaign that authorities said killed nearly 50 people Monday in Sana, the...
  • Tom Pandolfi advocates for veterans

    Woodstock resident Tom Pandolfi spends a lot of time on veterans' related issues these days. He spends Friday mornings at the Putnam Town Hall where he volunteers as a veterans' affairs agent. He's Vice Chair for the Employer Support of the Guard and...
  • Saudi-led Yemen air war's high civilian toll unsettles U.S. officials

    Saudi-led Yemen air war's high civilian toll unsettles U.S. officials
    Concerned about reports of hundreds of civilian casualties, Obama administration officials are increasingly uneasy about the U.S. involvement in the Saudi-led air war against rebel militias in Yemen, opening a potential rift between Washington and its...
  • Notes and notables

    Back it up Andrew Shannon got a traffic ticket and called for an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice. In a way, that's an oversimplification. In a way, it's not. Mr. Shannon, president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference's...