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  • With Control Of Senate In The Balance, CT Senators Help Colleagues

    With Control Of Senate In The Balance, CT Senators Help Colleagues
    WASHINGTON — Sen. Richard Blumenthal reached out to his supporters this week asking them for campaign cash — not for his campaign, but for that of Sen. Al Franken, a Minnesota Democrat. Although Franken is a former Saturday Night Live...
  • This week's reviews in brief

    Here are condensed versions of this week's book reviews: "The Invisible Soldiers: How America Outsourced Our Security" by Ann Hagedorn; Simon and Schuster (293 pages, $28) Soldiers for hire have long existed. But the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan...
  • Dunbar Brooks, head of Baltimore County and state school boards, dies

    Dunbar Brooks, head of Baltimore County and state school boards, dies
    Dunbar Brooks, a longtime Turners Station civic activist who was the first African-American to serve as president of the Baltimore County school board and later became president of the Maryland State Board of Education, died Sunday at Johns Hopkins...
  • Former POW Bergdahl seeks to return to civilian life, lawyer says

    Former POW Bergdahl seeks to return to civilian life, lawyer says
    SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) - Freed U.S. prisoner of war Bowe Bergdahl, who spent five years as a captive of the Taliban in Afghanistan and now faces a U.S. Army probe into his conduct, wants to leave the military and return to civilian life, his lawyer said on...
  • Warplanes go to Arizona desert to die

     
    Surplus World War II aircraft at Kingman, Arizona....
  • Tulsa chocolatier's sweet gig

    Tulsa chocolatier's sweet gig
    Chocolate has never been my "thing." Chocolate ice cream? Chocolate cake? Chocolate milk? I've never been tempted by any of them — at least not until I stepped into Glacier Confection's retail store in Tulsa's hip Brady Arts District. Once inside,...
  • Mathews man, former pilot envisions changing space flight

    Mathews man, former pilot envisions changing space flight
    Bill Crowe speaks passionately about physics and aviation, although he admits that many people don't understand the language. "It's OK," he said. "The people that need to understand it will understand it." The bookshelves in the office of his...
  • Guantanamo-bound MRI spent year in storage

    The senior medical officer at Southern Command pulled the plug on plans to put an MRI at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, after a more than year-long review by medical staff concluded it wasn't necessary for an aging prisoner population, an...
  • Mica: Army's top executive says Orlando training agency not at risk of shutdown

    Mica: Army's top executive says Orlando training agency not at risk of shutdown
    The Army's top executive says the Army's military training and simulation command in Orlando faces no threat of being dismantled or closed despite a current restructuring, U.S. Rep. John Mica said Wednesday. Mica cited a briefing on Tuesday from...
  • Man, 73, dies in one-car accident near Aurora

    Man, 73, dies in one-car accident near Aurora
    A 73-old-Sugar Grove man died after striking a utility pole in his pickup truck Friday afternoon near Aurora West County Forest Preserve near west suburban Aurora, according to authorities. Rodger Lambert, 73, of the 300 block of Maple Avenue, was...
  • L.A. Philharmonic gala getting a dose of 'Star Wars'

    L.A. Philharmonic gala getting a dose of 'Star Wars'
    The Force is coming to Walt Disney Concert Hall in September. The Los Angeles Philharmonic’s gala season-opening concert will feature music from “Star Wars” as well as a video projection using concept art from the Lucasfilm archive. As...