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  • Estonia agrees to resettle a Guantanamo detainee

    The Baltic nation of Estonia said Thursday it had agreed to resettle one of Guantanamo's 79 pre-cleared captives a day after Uruguay's president linked his commitment to take in six prisoners to a dialogue with his successor. The Estonian government made...
  • The fight against Islamic State shouldn't be ours

    To the editor: Frederick W. Kagan and Kimberly Kagan suggest that the right way to fight Islamic State is to send in ground forces. When will we learn the lessons of other failed ground wars, including Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan? ("U.S. strategy...
  • Report: Newport News Shipbuilding contracts helped Hampton Roads avoid a recession

    Report: Newport News Shipbuilding contracts helped Hampton Roads avoid a recession
    The aircraft carrier business has done more than boost the bottom line of Newport News Shipbuilding. It has almost certainly kept Hampton Roads out of a recession. That observation, backed by data that illustrates the shipyard's striking influence in...
  • Fayetteville: A Military Town's Second Thoughts

    FAYETTEVILLE, NC, Oct 8 (Reuters) - After 13 years of war, life outside the gates of the United States' largest military base has settled into a familiar ebb and flow. Army paratroopers and commandos stationed at Fort Bragg periodically board transport...
  • 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...
  • Wife of man charged in spy case sentenced for immigration fraud

    Wife of man charged in spy case sentenced for immigration fraud
    When federal authorities began investigating a South Florida couple in a possible military spying and immigration fraud case, it wasn't immediately clear who played what role in the alleged crimes. But after examining all the evidence, prosecutors...
  • Sunshine State, not Feds, should control water destiny

    Sunshine State, not Feds, should control water destiny
    Florida's geology, topography, and watercourses are unlike any other state's in the nation, dominated by vast flood plains along the coast and countless bodies of water — virtually all connected underground by our precious aquifer system through...
  • Military Academy prepared Panthers for battle ahead

    Military Academy prepared Panthers for battle ahead
    After three days of crawling through muddy water carrying 200-pound teammates on their backs and hauling 80-pound rocks up a steep mountainside, the grueling hockey season should be a cakewalk for the Florida Panthers. Of course, the players, coaches...
  • Fort Eustis, Langley Air Force Base responding to Ebola outbreak

    Fort Eustis, Langley Air Force Base responding to Ebola outbreak
    Soldiers from Fort Eustis and Fort Story are scheduled to join airmen from Langley Air Force Base as part of the military response to the Ebola outbreak in western Africa. The Army deployment from Hampton Roads is part of a much larger Army effort...
  • CREC Public Safety Academy In Enfield Recognizes New Leaders

    CREC Public Safety Academy In Enfield Recognizes New Leaders
    ENFIELD – The Capitol Region Education Council's Public Safety Academy celebrated its new Leadership Corps program Monday morning. Sixty-two students, including sophomores, juniors and seniors received pins for their acceptance into the program...
  • Re-elect Adam Putnam: Editorial

    Re-elect Adam Putnam: Editorial
    Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam says frustration with Washington, D.C. — "a hot, wet, dysfunctional mess" — led him to give up a top position among U.S. House Republicans four years ago to pursue a job in his home state where he could...