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  • A Christmas Escape From Grandmother's Domain

    A Christmas Escape From Grandmother's Domain
    We moved from my grandmother's house on a fiercely cold, grizzled winter morning. My uncles drove from Brooklyn to Long Island with the heavy pieces of furniture lashed to the open beds of their trucks or tied precariously onto the tops of their cars....
  • Technology: 3D printers 'build the impossible' for Hampton Roads scientists

    Technology: 3D printers 'build the impossible' for Hampton Roads scientists
    When the U.S. Army needed a Kiowa helicopter for a raft of tests to hone the aircraft's military performance, it didn't rescue a helo from the scrap heap and repurpose it. Instead, the Army turned to NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, where...
  • Alleged fake Army Ranger in viral video may face federal charges

    Alleged fake Army Ranger in viral video may face federal charges
    In a YouTube video that's gone viral, a Bucks County war veteran accuses a man shopping in Army fatigues of posing as a member of a special operations unit. So far, an investigation hasn't determined whether the man who claimed he was an Army Ranger...
  • Army recruiters had sex with minor, deputies say

    Army recruiters had sex with minor, deputies say
    Two U.S. Army recruiters face charges alleging they were having sex with a 17-year-old girl, the Osceola County Sheriff's Office said. Deputies say the girl met Christopher Glenn Doner, 30, and John Back, 33, while they were recruiting at Harmony High...
  • Johnsburg cop indicted on charges he lied about military service

    Johnsburg cop indicted on charges he lied about military service
    A police officer in a small McHenry County town has been indicted on felony charges of lying about his military service in applications to several police departments. Vicenzo Lamontagna, 30, who is an officer in Johnsburg, allegedly lied on job...
  • The Biblioracle: Make Congress read books

    The Biblioracle: Make Congress read books
    Sometimes, when I'm asked, "What's the last book you read?" I'll freeze up for a second because I'm not sure how to answer. Often, I'm reading several books at once, and it's not clear if I'm being asked about the last book I finished or what I'm...
  • Our Take: John Land

    Our Take: John Land
    He was among the few leaders in Florida who deserved the title of living legend. John Land, who died following a stroke Saturday at 94, first took office as mayor of Apopka in 1950. He held that position for all but three years until he lost his bid for...
  • The U.S. must strengthen its ballistic missile defenses against Iran

    Columnist Cal Thomas is right when he says that "burnishing a president's legacy is not a sufficient reason to trade away American and Israeli security" ("U.S. negotiations with Iran are a dangerous farce," Nov. 8). A "deal" with Iran that doesn't fully...
  • Disability system for veterans strays far from its official purpose

    Disability system for veterans strays far from its official purpose
    The room fell silent for seven minutes as Illinois Rep. Tammy Duckworth upbraided a government contractor. "Shame on you," the congresswoman scolded Braulio Castillo at an oversight hearing in Washington, D.C., last year, accusing the business owner...
  • Joel H. Brown, Former Chief Judge of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court of Florida

    Joel H. Brown, Former Chief Judge of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court of Florida
    Joel H. Brown was elected by his colleagues as Chief Judge in February, 2009 and served in that capacity until reentering private practice in April of 2013. He was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1971 and practiced as a civil trial attorney prior to...
  • Many in Ferguson criticize nighttime grand jury announcement

    Many in Ferguson criticize nighttime grand jury announcement
    St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch's decision to wait until nightfall to announce the results of a grand jury investigation into Michael Brown's death was criticized Tuesday by law enforcement experts and Ferguson activists, who said the move...