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  • Suspect in Pennsylvania police attacks may think he's European soldier

    Suspect in Pennsylvania police attacks may think he's European soldier
    The Pennsylvania man accused of gunning down a state trooper in an ambush last week might believe he is an Eastern European soldier and has a grudge against law enforcement that goes back nearly eight years, police said on Wednesday. Eric Matthew Frein,...
  • Notes and notables

    A clutch shot The sickness typically starts with a scratchy, sore throat and a feeling of fatigue. After a few days, a fever follows, accompanied with severe and debilitating headaches, and the lethargy of prolonged illness. In extreme cases, the...
  • Newport News museum looks back at the Great War

    Newport News museum looks back at the Great War
    When the first guns of World War I opened fire in August 1914, few people in Hampton Roads foresaw how the battles in faraway Europe would lead to a hometown revolution. No place in the United States was so deeply and permanently reshaped by the...
  • 'Dancing With the Stars' recap: 'My Jam' night

    'Dancing With the Stars' recap: 'My Jam' night
    Tonight, the stars chose their favorite songs. So we start the show with head judge Len Goodman dancing to his jam, "Come Dance with Me." I've been waiting years to see Len dance, YAY!  He's off the floor almost immediately, though, so my dreams are...
  • How much more bad behavior will fans tolerate from entitled athletes?

     How much more bad behavior will fans tolerate from entitled athletes?
    We are outraged and saddened, conflicted and confused. We're also to blame. Not to excuse the latest wave of athletes behaving badly (Ray Rice, Greg Hardy, Adrian Peterson) or even foolishly (Jameis Winston). And not to defend enablers such as the...
  • Leaders, teamwork key to disaster response, Katrina commander says

    Leaders, teamwork key to disaster response, Katrina commander says
    HAMPTON — Technical training will only get you so far when responding to a natural disaster or another emergency. Effective response requires leaders who know how to jump in and take action and work as a team. That was the message from retired U....
  • 'Common Ground' exhibit: Bat sounds and gator bones at FAU

    'Common Ground' exhibit: Bat sounds and gator bones at FAU
    To record the noise of bats in the Everglades, sound artist Gustavo Matamoros ventured out to the palmettos and pine trees of Long Pine Key at 3 a.m., an ultrasonic microphone in hand, and captured the sound of something he couldn't hear. The bats, who...
  • Edwin Westby AmyesNovember 2, 1920 - September 10, 2014

    Dr. Edwin Amyes enjoyed a long and successful career as a neurological surgeon.  He is remembered for his many altruistic contributions to the community and his profession. Edwin was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and came to the United States with his...
  • Troops returning from Ebola-stricken countries to be isolated

    Troops returning from Ebola-stricken countries to be isolated
    U.S. service members returning from deployments in Ebola-stricken countries will be placed under a 21-day quarantine, according to an order signed Wednesday by Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel. The order comes at the recommendation of the Joint Chiefs of...
  • Baltimore's renaissance [Commentary]

    Baltimore's renaissance [Commentary]
    Judging from the reported rush of developers to produce new apartments and the surge of office and hotel construction, Baltimore is seeing what looks like a new renaissance — fueled by two generations of urban dwellers who have come on the scene...
  • Chelsea Manning, convicted WikiLeaks soldier, sues federal government

    Chelsea Manning, convicted WikiLeaks soldier, sues federal government
    Chelsea Manning, the U.S. Army private convicted of leaking hundreds of thousands of classified documents to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks, is suing the federal government to receive appropriate medical care for the gender disorder she was...