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  • Osceola arrests of Army recruiters part of nationwide pattern of sexual misconduct

    Osceola arrests of Army recruiters part of nationwide pattern of sexual misconduct
    The recent arrests of two Army recruiters in Osceola County charged with having sex with a 17-year-old girl highlight a nationwide pattern of sexual misconduct by military recruiters. The recruiters, Christopher Doner, 30, and John Back, 33, started...
  • David Garth dies at 84; advisor a key figure in New York politics

    Powerful political advisor David Garth, who spearheaded the creation of the modern political TV commercial and helped elect governors, senators and mayors, has died in New York. He was 84. Garth died Monday at his home in Manhattan after a long illness,...
  • Auburn commit Chandler Cox of Apopka is one special person

    Auburn commit Chandler Cox of Apopka is one special person
    As Apopka players conducted interviews and claimed their medals after winning the Florida Class 8A state championship Saturday night, opposing players from Miami Columbus watched … and waited. They waited to shake the hands of the men who beat...
  • U.S. appeals court denies prisoner's right to tax-funded sex change

    A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday overturned a lower-court decision that a Massachusetts prisoner suffering from gender identity disorder was entitled to receive a taxpayer-funded sex change operation. The state's prison system is not violating the...
  • In revenge, Pakistani Taliban strike school, killing at least 141

    ISLAMABAD Pakistan suffered the worst terrorist attack of a seven-year Taliban insurgency Tuesday when militants rampaged through an army-run high school in the northern city of Peshawar, killing at least 141 people, mostly students, in what the militants...
  • A poignant reunion with Army-Navy football game

     A poignant reunion with Army-Navy football game
    Homecomings are a college football ritual, replete with memories, reflection and fellowship. Saturday was mine, in more ways than one, and it came on a grand stage: The 115th Army-Navy game. Much to my father’s regret, his only child was neither...
  • Great Lakes at a Crossroads: The man with the salmon plan

    HARRISVILLE, Mich. The author of the bumper sticker maxim that "A Bad Day Fishing is Better than a Good Day Working" never sat on the shore of Lake Huron with Jay Hall during the fall salmon run. The 47-year-old mechanic from Flint was perched on a...
  • Hampton VA responds to veterans' concerns at town hall

    Hampton VA responds to veterans' concerns at town hall
    It wasn't all gloom and doom during Monday's town hall at the Hampton Veterans Affairs Medical Center — a positive shift from a similar event held just three months ago. Once he finally decided to seek help, Vietnam veteran Steve Yedinak said he...
  • Westchester Cemetery participates in Wreaths Across America

    Westchester Cemetery participates in Wreaths Across America
    Sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 30s on Dec. 13 greeted about two dozen people who attended the fourth annual ceremony at the Westchester Center Cemetery in Colchester honoring veterans as part of the national Wreaths Across America Day. In...
  • Postal Service gets high marks from public

    Postal Service gets high marks from public
    Kevin Timmons loves his job. On a chilly and drizzly day recently, he walked briskly from one shop to the next in a Baltimore County strip mall. "Mailman!" he called as he stepped inside one store and held up a bundle of mail. Timmons flashed a smile...
  • Federal magistrate judge set to retire from the bench

    One of Norfolk's longtime federal judges has announced his retirement, saying he will step aside next summer after nearly 28 years on the bench. U.S. Magistrate Judge Tommy E. Miller, who began the job in September 1987, will retire on Aug. 31. "I'm...