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  • Screenwriter Walter Bernstein at 95: Still Front and Center

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Ask Walter Bernstein what makes for a good screenplay, and he'll answer you with a (possibly apocryphal) story about Henry David Thoreau. "He was living out at Walden Pond and a friend came to tell him that Samuel Morse had...
  • Course Source: Hawaii Prince, Sedona

    The Sports Xchange By Tom LaMarre, The Sports Xchange Course Source: Hawaii Prince, Sedona IN THE PUBLIC EYE: Hawaii Prince Golf Club, Ewa Beach, Oahu, Hawaii THE LAYOUT: The Hawaii Prince Hotel in Honolulu is the only hotel on Waikiki Beach that owns...
  • Soldier at Ft. Lee dies after apparently shooting herself

    The Army said a female soldier at Ft. Lee barricaded herself in an office and apparently killed herself in an intense morning event that caused the central Virginia military base to go on a nearly hourlong lockdown. The soldier was pronounced dead at...
  • California launches controversial effort to add more names to Vietnam Veterans Memorial

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. When he was a boy back in Oregon � before his mother remarried and brought him to West Sacramento � Gregory Keith Hodson put together model airplanes, and his father suspended them on fishing line over his bed. At night,...
  • Malloy Appoints Group To 'Reimagine' Rocky Hill Veterans Campus

    HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is asking Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman to lead a new panel to "reimagine" the programs and mission of the state Department of Veterans Affairs Rocky Hill campus. The advisory group will be charged with determining the...
  • Barricaded soldier shoots herself at Fort Lee

    WASHINGTON A distraught female solider at the Fort Lee army garrison shot herself in the head Monday morning as negotiators tried to calm her at the base south of Richmond, Va. The incident triggered fears of another deadly base rampage. Maj. Gen....
  • Candidates are forced to wade through Iraq, again

    The Iraq war was once again front and center on the campaign trail in New Hampshire last week, with a Democratic president under fire. The gruesome beheading of native son James Foley at the hands of Islamic militants thrust the issue to the fore,...
  • Veterans win in-state tuition benefit

    As president of the Collegiate Veterans Association at Florida State University, Abby Kinch often heard from veterans who ran into a stumbling block before they even started their college careers. Veterans new to the state who enrolled at Florida...
  • Protesters, lawmakers criticize Mexico's handling of Marine case

    Protesters, lawmakers criticize Mexico's handling of Marine case
    Demonstrators, including a Republican lawmaker, gathered outside the historic Leland Stanford Mansion in Sacramento on Tuesday to protest the jailing of a U.S. Marine in Mexico. Gov. Jerry Brown is hosting a luncheon for Mexican President Enrique Peña...
  • Volusia defense firm gets $100 million for training simulator work

    Volusia defense firm gets $100 million for training simulator work
    Raydon Corp., a military training systems contractor based in Volusia County, has secured nearly $100 million to build scores of training simulators for the Army National Guard, the company said Tuesday. Raydon received two orders together worth $99.4...
  • John G. Sperling dies at 93; founder of University of Phoenix

    John G. Sperling, a poor boy from the Missouri Ozarks who survived a cruel childhood to become a college professor and a billionaire with an idea for a university that launched a revolution in higher education, has died. He was 93. The self-described...