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  • Obama urges praise for U.S. health workers fighting Ebola

    President Obama urged Americans on Tuesday to set aside their fears of Ebola and make sure that U.S. healthcare workers who go to West Africa are "applauded, thanked and supported" when they return home. If those workers successfully fight the deadly...
  • High school seniors will lead parade with Janet Evans

    Laguna Beach High School seniors Janie Crawford and Taylor Addis will join Olympic gold medal swimmer Janet Evans and other participants in the 49th Patriots Day Parade in March, according to a news release. High school staff selected Janie and Taylor...
  • Baltimorean Gary Thomas is world-class jazz saxophonist

    Baltimorean Gary Thomas is world-class jazz saxophonist
    Amid the clatter of cutlery, the whir of a blender grinding ice and the conversational hum of an upscale Charles Village restaurant on a Friday night, two musicians playing a flute and electric guitar are levitating through John Coltrane's "Giant Steps."...
  • Howard Johnson searches for stars of 1960s ads

    Howard Johnson searches for stars of 1960s ads
    Howard Johnson wants to know: Was the spotlight on you? Back in the 1960s, the hospitality chain featured 14 employees in a nationwide "Spotlight on You" print campaign. Today, it is seeking the public's help finding the stars of these ads. One worked...
  • Fumiko Hayashida dies at 103; among first Japanese American internees

    Fumiko Hayashida dies at 103; among first Japanese American internees
    The woman's name was unknown, but the picture of her cradling a sleeping baby girl came to symbolize a troubling chapter in American history. Fumiko Hayashida, a 31-year-old Japanese American from Bainbridge Island, Wash., was photographed in March 1942...
  • Walter Pincus: It's time for U.S. to upgrade old thinking on old nukes

    Walter Pincus: It's time for U.S. to upgrade old thinking on old nukes
    The publicized mishaps — they shouldn't be called scandals — in recent years by Air Force and Navy personnel in charge of nuclear weapons give the White House and Congress a chance to rethink the U.S. deterrence mission before returning airmen...
  • American Heritage sports programs caps off successful fall season

    The American Heritage School football team continues to improve as a program and will be recognized on a national platform. Head coach Mike Rumph was selected to the coaching staff of the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas on Jan. 3....
  • Navy Keeps Whole Multi-Year Order For Sikorsky Helicopters

    Navy Keeps Whole Multi-Year Order For Sikorsky Helicopters
    The U.S. Army and Navy will follow through on a planned $1.3 billion contract to buy more than 100 helicopters from Sikorsky, a purchase that months ago was expected to be trimmed by more than two dozen aircraft. The Army awarded the Stratford-based...
  • State could deny key Conowingo permit

    State could deny key Conowingo permit
    Exelon Corp. could be denied a key Maryland permit — at least for now — that the company needs to keep generating electricity at Conowingo Dam for decades to come. Saying there's not enough information on the dam's impact on the Chesapeake...
  • World War II RAF pilot to speak at Veterans History Project

    A Royal Air Force veteran of World War II will tell his story Tuesday at the Lehigh Valley Veterans History Project meeting in Allentown. Richard E. Boyd was born in London and trained for the Royal Air Force. Assigned to the United States, he...
  • Western New York buried by snow, braces for more

    Western New York buried by snow, braces for more
    Western New York state braced for a fresh wave of heavy snow on Wednesday after a freakish storm swept off the Great Lakes and deposited as much as five feet, killing at least seven people and stranding motorists overnight. The new bout of snow could...