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  • Dolphins' Taylor could make first start at corner

    Dolphins' Taylor could make first start at corner
    Jamar Taylor stressed Tuesday that he will not be anxious or overzealous if he makes his first career start in Thursday's game against the Bills. Since he arrived in Miami last season, Taylor said he has been preparing for the opportunity to be a starting...
  • 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...
  • In Boca, three generations of veterans recount their experiences

    In Boca, three generations of veterans recount their experiences
    Across three generations from three different conflicts, the human toll paid when countries send their young men and women to fight was described in blood-drenched detail. For Veteran's Day, a pilot from World War II, another from Vietnam and a...
  • Carnett: 50-year-old memories of World's Fair

    It was half a century ago. This native son of Newport-Mesa was on the East Coast visiting the 1964 New York World's Fair. That fair turned out to be one of the highlights of my young life. I was 19 and stationed with the U.S. Army at Fort Slocum, N.Y.,...
  • 'Warriors' honored on Veterans Day

    'Warriors' honored on Veterans Day
    Other men would have run, but the two Marines on post in Iraq did not — not as the truck carrying a suicide bomber and 2,000 pounds of explosives barreled toward them, not as nearby Iraqi policemen ran. They stood their ground, firing their weapons...
  • Robert H. Scales: The clock is ticking in Iraq

    Robert H. Scales: The clock is ticking in Iraq
    Last Friday, on a dead news night and three days after the election, the White House announced another surge of U.S. troops to Iraq. Why now? Why so many? And are these enough to defeat the Islamic State? The answers lie in large part in "ground truth,"...
  • Free entry to state, national parks for everyone on Tuesday

    Free entry to state, national parks for everyone on Tuesday
    Everyone can enjoy free entry at national and Florida state parks to celebrate Veterans Day, observed Tuesday, Nov. 11. Florida state parks: Fees are waived on Tuesday for everyone. Find a South Florida state park along with addresses and hours. U.S....
  • Frankel proposes legislation to help student veterans

    Frankel proposes legislation to help student veterans
    Florida Congresswoman Lois Frankel is on a mission to help veterans move more easily from combat to college. On the eve of Veterans Day, Frankel visited Florida Atlantic University Monday to seek input on legislation she's sponsoring that could help...
  • Veterans Day: Tattoos tell veterans' stories, and so do their medals

    Veterans Day: Tattoos tell veterans' stories, and so do their medals
    There's no one way to honor military members on Veterans Day, and hooray for those who find new ways to tell us stories of war, bravery, loss, victory and, most of all, service. "War Ink" is an online exhibit in which U.S. veterans who live in...
  • 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...