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  • New Iraq mission's tough question: What does US do if Islamic State survives?

    WASHINGTON As the United States announced its first airstrikes inside Iraq nearly three years after the military had furled its colors in Baghdad and declared the war complete, it sought to minimize fears that the latest effort could lead to "mission...
  • Huntington Ingalls reports strong 2nd quarter profit

    Huntington Ingalls reports strong 2nd quarter profit
    The overall military drawdown has thrown a scare into some areas of the Hampton Roads economy, but a Thursday report from shipbuilding giant Huntington Ingalls Industries indicated smooth sailing for now. Second-quarter earnings rose 75 percent compared...
  • Obama sends U.S. planes to aid Iraqi refugees, threatens Islamic State with airstrikes

    IRBIL, Iraq The United States on Thursday took direct action for the first time to counter the Islamic State's advances in Iraq, dropping humanitarian supplies to tens of thousands of people who fled their homes when the extremist group captured the...
  • Obama sends US planes to aid Iraqi refugees, threatens Islamic State with airstrikes

    IRBIL, Iraq The United States early Friday took direct action for the first time to counter the Islamic State's advances in Iraq, dropping humanitarian supplies to tens of thousands of people who'd fled their homes when the extremist group captured the...
  • Israel says missing soldier is dead

    JERUSALEM The Israeli army said early Sunday that an Israeli soldier believed to have been kidnapped by Hamas militants in fighting in the Gaza Strip was in fact killed in action, reversing its earlier reports that he had apparently been seized. An...
  • Israel declares humanitarian truce for Monday in most of Gaza

    Israel declares humanitarian truce for Monday in most of Gaza
    Israel said its military would hold fire in most of the Gaza Strip for seven hours on Monday to facilitate the entry of humanitarian aid and for displaced Palestinians to return to their homes, but would fight back if attacked.  The humanitarian truce,...
  • Charles R. Larson, admiral who twice ran Naval Academy, dies at 77

     Charles R. Larson, admiral who twice ran Naval Academy, dies at 77
    Retired Adm. Charles R. Larson, the onetime commander in chief of military forces in the Pacific who became superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy to restore discipline and morale after his alma mater had been rocked by the largest cheating scandal in...
  • Lakeland company assembles full fleet of jet fighters

    Lakeland company assembles full fleet of jet fighters
    Unbeknownst to many, an entire fleet of military aircraft is being quietly assembled just up Interstate 4. We're talking MiG-21s, A-4K Skyhawks, MB-339s and more. This isn't a museum. It's a growing fleet of more than 70 fighter jets, capable of...
  • Forbes' press secretary turning heads in D.C.

    Forbes' press secretary turning heads in D.C.
    Hailey Sadler, a 21-year-old from Gloucester, has already landed a plum Washington job as press secretary for Rep. Randy Forbes, R-Chesapeake. That should tell you something about her smarts and energy level — not to mention patience in dealing with...
  • Hamas drone injects new element into Arab-Israeli conflict

    Hamas drone injects new element into Arab-Israeli conflict
    The exchange of rocket fire from Palestinian militants and Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip took a new turn this week when the military wing of Hamas said it had launched drones into Israel -- one of them downed by an Israeli Patriot missile. The...
  • Pakistan villagers flee military offensive, harsh militant rule

    Pakistan villagers flee military offensive, harsh militant rule
    For the tribespeople of North Waziristan, fleeing their homes amid a Pakistani military offensive was in many ways like escaping a torture cell. Islamist militants had roamed through neighborhoods with impunity, villagers said. They collected taxes,...