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  • U.S., allies to stage exercises in West Ukraine as battles rage in East

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As fighting between the army and Russian-backed rebels rages in eastern Ukraine, preparations are under way near its western border for a joint military exercise this month with more than 1,000 troops from the United States and...
  • Ebola vaccine tests on monkeys show promise

    Ebola vaccine tests on monkeys show promise
    Tests of an experimental Ebola vaccine have shown positive results, protecting healthy monkeys from contracting the virus, the National Institutes of Health announced Sunday, as West Africa grapples with the epidemic that has killed around 2,000. Five...
  • Al Qaeda's shadowy new 'emir' in South Asia handed tough job

    MULTAN Pakistan/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistani militant Asim Umar has been handed a very tough job. Thrust into the limelight after being named leader of al Qaeda's newly created South Asian wing, he has been entrusted with reviving the network's...
  • Seniors boost number of veterans deemed unemployable

    Seniors boost number of veterans deemed unemployable
    Jack Behunin received welcome news last year from the Department of Veterans Affairs: Due to war-related medical conditions, he was being declared unfit to work, boosting his tax-free monthly disability compensation from $1,850 to $3,000. Not that he...
  • Karl F. Heimke, twice-elected Wheaton mayor, dies

    Karl F. Heimke, twice-elected Wheaton mayor, dies
    Karl F. Heimke was elected to two terms as Wheaton's mayor in the 1960s, presiding over a new Wheaton Public Library, the formation of the Illinois Prairie Path and the purchase of a new City Hall. "Karl was very honored to have been voted twice to...
  • Moorman, former CIAA commissioner, passes away

    Bob Moorman, a former commissioner of the CIAA and a well respected figure in college athletics, passed away Sunday at his home in Hampton. He was 90. Moorman was CIAA commissioner from 1976-89, following a varied career that saw him serve 20 years in...
  • Driverless vehicles are in the Army's future

    Driverless vehicles are in the Army's future
    NEWPORTNEWS — U.S. military supply convoys have been constant targets in Iraq and Afghanistan over the years, but Army planners are working on a simple way to reduce the hazard: Let the vehicles drive themselves. Work is underway at the Combined...
  • Fallen World War II soldier finally heads home

    The final chapter of a 70-year-old mystery surrounding a soldier who went missing in action during World War II is coming to a close. DNA testing recently identified a battered set of dog tags and remains found buried on the Pacific island of Saipan...
  • 'Ink Master' gets personal for 4 locals

    'Ink Master' gets personal for 4 locals
    The competition turns harshly personal on “Ink Master: Rivals,” but the four Central Florida tattoo artists taking part in the TV series accentuate the positive. “I personally loved the experience,” said Ryan Eternal, 35, who...
  • People on the move: Women in eCommerce announces honorees

    Law Amy Allen has joined Avison Young as vice-president of marketing for the company's Florida region, in Fort Lauderdale. Previously, Allen was a manager of key accounts with the South Florida Business Journal. Keith Sonderling, an employment law...
  • Simsbury's Paul Dlubac III, Longtime Soldier, Active In Veterans' Affairs, Dies at 80

    Simsbury's Paul Dlubac III, Longtime Soldier, Active In Veterans' Affairs, Dies at 80
    SIMSBURY — Master Sgt. Paul "Flick" Dlubac III, a decorated veteran of the Korean and Vietnam wars who was responsible for creating the first memorial to honor Medal of Honor recipients, died July 16. He was 80. Dlubac was born in 1933, the second...