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  • Soldiers meet PB students by Skype, then in person

    Soldiers meet PB students by Skype, then in person
    A class at Christa McAuliffe Middle School made it their mission to ensure some local U.S. Army reservists weren't forgotten during a nine-month stint in Afghanistan. Students at the school, which is west of Boynton Beach, sent care packages with...
  • Search continues for possibly suicidal Libertyville Army veteran

    Search continues for possibly suicidal Libertyville Army veteran
    From the Chicago Tribune Media Group's Libertyville Review: More than 36 hours after he was reported missing, Libertyville police are continuing their search for a 30-year-old U.S. Army veteran who “is believed to be distraught.” Daniel...
  • Troops returning from Ebola-stricken countries to be isolated

    Troops returning from Ebola-stricken countries to be isolated
    U.S. service members returning from deployments in Ebola-stricken countries will be placed under a 21-day quarantine, according to an order signed Wednesday by Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel. The order comes at the recommendation of the Joint Chiefs of...
  • Army-Navy media luncheon ends up being a one-sided affair

    Army-Navy media luncheon ends up being a one-sided affair
    The Army-Navy Media Luncheon is a polite affair during which representatives of both the U.S. Naval Academy and the U.S. Military Academy get together each year to preview the upcoming football showdown and thank their hosts and sponsors. This year's...
  • In Lebanon, friends plead for release of Indiana hostage Peter Kassig

    In Lebanon, friends plead for release of Indiana hostage Peter Kassig
    He was an unusual sight in this embattled but historic Lebanese port city, a Westerner who wasn't a journalist, a young man driven to provide humanitarian help to the unremitting flow of wounded and displaced from Syria's civil war. "He was full of...
  • A bittersweet Thanksgiving 6,500 miles apart

    A bittersweet Thanksgiving 6,500 miles apart
    The family will gather at Bill and Rose Stevens' two-story home in Perry Hall early Thursday afternoon, just as they've done every Thanksgiving for 25 years. Rose, a nurse, will do most of the cooking. Bill, a retired firefighter, will set up the buffet...
  • Police: Unclear if man claiming to be Army Ranger committed crime

    Middletown police and a U.S. Army investigator are reviewing all available video footage to determine if a crime was committed by a man who claimed to be a U.S. Army Ranger when confronted by a veteran at the Oxford Valley Mall on Black Friday....
  • Nation honors its veterans in traditional, non-traditional ways

    Nation honors its veterans in traditional, non-traditional ways
    The U.S. capital marked Veterans Day on Tuesday with ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery where Vice President Joe Biden said the 23 million U.S. veterans were the backbone of the nation. The commemoration at Arlington, where more than 40,000...
  • Ebola didn't have to kill my uncle, Thomas Eric Duncan

    Ebola didn't have to kill my uncle, Thomas Eric Duncan
    On  Sept. 25, my uncle Thomas Eric Duncan went to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. He had a high fever and stomach pains. He told the nurse he had recently been in Liberia. But he was a man of color with no health insurance and no means to pay...
  • Peter Kassig, Indiana man beheaded by Islamic State, remembered in Muslim prayer service

    Peter Kassig, Indiana man beheaded by Islamic State, remembered in Muslim prayer service
    Muslims in Indiana held a funeral service on Friday for Abdul- Rahman Kassig, formerly known as Peter, who was beheaded by Islamic State militants in Syria after being held captive for a year. Kassig adopted Islam while he was a hostage. His family said...
  • A troubled veteran at the White House's door

    A troubled veteran at the White House's door
    Omar Gonzalez was always popular along this quiet cul-de-sac of neat suburban homes near Ft. Hood. "Omar, Omar!" children would shout as they ran to his front door. But at some point, neighbors of the decorated combat veteran started to worry. David...