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  • 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...
  • Kenyan airstrikes hit suspected militant camps in Somalia

    Kenyan airstrikes hit suspected militant camps in Somalia
    Kenyan warplanes bombed militant camps in Somalia, officials said Monday, following a vow by President Uhuru Kenyatta to respond "in the fiercest way possible" to a massacre of college students by al-Shabab extremists. The airstrikes Sunday and Monday...
  • Israel: Military action against Iran still 'on the table'

    Israel: Military action against Iran still 'on the table'
    A senior Israeli government minister on Monday warned that taking military action against Iran's nuclear program is still an option — despite last week's framework deal between world powers and the Islamic Republic. The comments by Yuval Steinitz,...
  • Citizens take up military training over Russia threat

    Citizens take up military training over Russia threat
    NATO aircraft scream across eastern European skies and American armored vehicles rumble near the border with Russia on a mission to reassure citizens that they're safe from Russian aggression. But these days, ordinary people aren't taking any chances....
  • Failed missile defense programs cost U.S. nearly $10 billion

    Failed missile defense programs cost U.S. nearly $10 billion
    Leaders of the U.S. Missile Defense Agency were effusive about the new technology. It was the most powerful radar of its kind in the world, they told Congress. So powerful it could detect a baseball over San Francisco from the other side of the country....
  • Israel prepares lobbying strategy against Iran deal

    Israel prepares lobbying strategy against Iran deal
    Israel's prime minister on Sunday urged world powers to step up pressure on Iran as they finalize a nuclear deal in the coming months, saying there was still time to improve what he said was a deeply flawed framework agreement reached last week. Prime...
  • No bomb found in downtown Bethlehem standoff; man arrested

    No bomb found in downtown Bethlehem standoff; man arrested
    A man pulled his truck into the City Hall garage in Bethlehem and told two police officers that he had a bomb, prompting a standoff Friday morning in the historic downtown section, police said. After the man's surrender, police said, no explosive...
  • Text of agreement with Iran on its nuclear program

    Text of agreement with Iran on its nuclear program
    The United States, Iran and five other world powers announced a deal Thursday outlining limits on Iran's nuclear program so it cannot lead to atomic weapons. Negotiators now have to take that deal and shape it into a final accord by June 30. The agreement...
  • Budget Cuts Are The Main Threat For Pratt Military Chief

    Budget Cuts Are The Main Threat For Pratt Military Chief
    EAST HARTFORD — Although his jet engine program has struggled through high-profile development hiccups and criticism for its price tag, the head of military engines at Pratt & Whitney said Thursday his major threats are forced cuts to the Pentagon's...
  • ROTC led to 20-year Air Force career

    ROTC led to 20-year Air Force career
    Like so many of his contemporaries young Bill Stover found himself strategizing his involvement in the Vietnam War. He says those maneuvers not only led him to his choice of a "safer" military branch, but to a 20-year Air Force career in far-flung locales...
  • Al Qaeda fighters free 300 prisoners in Yemen as rebels invade key port

    Al Qaeda fighters free 300 prisoners in Yemen as rebels invade key port
    Seizing an opportunity amid the chaos, Al Qaeda fighters early Thursday staged a prison break in a city in southeastern Yemen, freeing about 300 prisoners thought to include several dozen of their comrades, officials and residents said. At the same...