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  • The Prospector: Despite sluggish beginnings, Martez Ivey blossoms into America's top offensive lineman

    The Prospector: Despite sluggish beginnings, Martez Ivey blossoms into America's top offensive lineman
    Martez Ivey can’t help it. He’s human. So every once in a while, he lets himself peer into the future. He can see himself emerging from a fog-filled NFL stadium tunnel on a Sunday afternoon. People tell him he’s the best. They say he...
  • John V. Shields Jr. dies; Trader Joe's CEO made grocery chain a powerhouse

    John V. Shields Jr. dies; Trader Joe's CEO made grocery chain a powerhouse
    John V. Shields Jr., a former CEO of Trader Joe's who made the quintessentially California grocery chain a national powerhouse by breaking out of the Golden State and building stores throughout the U.S., has died. He was 82. Shields, who lived in...
  • Other military branches might want the Air Force's A-10 fleet

    To the editor: Why isn't the U.S. Air Force using the A-10 — a perfectly effective ground-attack plane on the chopping block — to attack the Islamic State columns that seem to roam the desert with impunity? We see only "pin-pricks" by...
  • Reader Report: 'Do you realize the significance of this place?'

     Reader Report: 'Do you realize the significance of this place?'
    TINIAN, Northern Marianas Islands – The temperature and humidity are in the mid-90s on this tiny island in the remote Western Pacific, and standing on North Airfield's historic Runway Able is a former Newport Beach man who used to scrub boat hulls...
  • New York grand jury decides not to indict police officer in chokehold death

    New York grand jury decides not to indict police officer in chokehold death
    A New York grand jury Wednesday opted not to indict a white policeman in the killing of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man whose last words — “I can’t breathe” — became a rallying cry for protesters who blamed his death on...
  • Hunters kill 20 alligators at refuge in controversial season

    Hunters kill 20 alligators at refuge in controversial season
    Twenty alligators were killed during the first hunting season at the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge, in a controversial event likely to be repeated next year. The yield fell short of the 22 alligators that had been permitted after years of...
  • Wilson steers McCormick through its 125th year

    Wilson steers McCormick through its 125th year
    At McCormick & Co.'s "innovation" center in Hunt Valley, where consumers give feedback on flavors, restaurants get help with menus and company chefs experiment with sauces, Alan D. Wilson headed to the studio to film a video. It would be shown at...
  • Three weeks after Pearl Harbor, grief turns to joy (photos, video)

    Three weeks after Pearl Harbor, grief turns to joy (photos, video)
    When Thomas Reinsmith and his older sister found a letter from Pearl Harbor in late December 1941, they feared what new pain it might bring to their family. Their brother Vincent "Buddy" Reinsmith, then 19, had been reported lost in action and was...
  • New enemy, another presidential war

    WASHINGTON--Ever since George W. Bush in 2002 began driving up public frenzy for his invasion of Iraq on trumped-up justifications a year later, Congress's constitutional role to declare war has continued to be cold-shouldered. Then, Bush relied on an...
  • York and Poquoson residents lobby to have Lambs Creek dredged

    York and Poquoson residents lobby to have Lambs Creek dredged
    YORK — York County and Poquoson residents along Lambs Creek are upset their waterfront homes are becoming mud-front homes and want the county and city to help get the creek dredged. "Most people are totally frustrated with it," said Bob Lippincott...
  • NEA grants go to musical works about Marilyn Monroe, My Lai massacre

    NEA grants go to musical works about Marilyn Monroe, My Lai massacre
    The arts can make strange bedfellows, and now there’s a reason to mention Marilyn Monroe, Sweeney Todd and William Calley in the same breath. In its latest round of grants, the National Endowment for the Arts has embraced productions by three...