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  • Chapter 11: The Digital Age Takes Hold Post 9/11

    Chapter 11: The Digital Age Takes Hold Post 9/11
    On a clear September morning in 2001, the world changed. The 9/11 terror attacks in New York and Washington changed the way that America looked at safety, security and its role in the world. As the first of the two World Trade Center towers fell, and...
  • Police gadgets keep officers, public safe

    Police gadgets keep officers, public safe
    Capt. Bryan Lee's gadget, though basic, saved more than one life that scary night in the waters of Port Canaveral. Overwhelmed by a violent boater charging at his patrol vessel, the solo state wildlife officer called for backup on his portable radio,...
  • Ebola Shows Need For Global Health Security Office

    Ebola Shows Need For Global Health Security Office
    With Ebola claiming 200 lives a day and poised to explode further, time is of the essence. President Barack Obama's choice of the U.S. military, with its stellar command of logistics and enviable ability to mobilize quickly, will make it a key partner...
  • O'Malley seeks to allay fears after Ebola patient arrives in Maryland

    O'Malley seeks to allay fears after Ebola patient arrives in Maryland
    President Barack Obama appointed an "Ebola czar" Friday to lead the nation's response to the deadly virus, as Gov. Martin O'Malley sought to allay the public's fears after an infected Texas nurse was brought to Bethesda for treatment. Meanwhile, Johns...
  • Islamic State flying three jets in Syria: monitor

    BEIRUT (Reuters) - Iraqi pilots who have joined Islamic State in Syria are training members of the group to fly in three captured fighter jets, a group monitoring the war said on Friday, saying it was the first time the militant group had taken to the...
  • Giuliani defends 'Call of Duty' maker in suit by Panama's Noriega

    Giuliani defends 'Call of Duty' maker in suit by Panama's Noriega
    The maker of the popular "Call of Duty: Black Ops II" video game brought a hired gun, former New York mayor and lawyer Rudy Giuliani, to defend its prized brand from a lawsuit filed by ex-Panama military dictator Manuel Noriega. Noriega, now 80 years...
  • Transfer of Ebola patients reflects a tacit shift in strategy

    Transfer of Ebola patients reflects a tacit shift in strategy
    The federal government effectively began to restrict the care of Ebola patients to hospitals with special bio-containment units Thursday, and the Obama administration labored to reassure jittery Americans and increasingly skeptical lawmakers that public...
  • Saturday marks the 90th anniversary of Notre Dame's Four Horseman

    The U.S. Military Academy Band struck up a rousing John Philip Sousa march at one end the Polo Grounds, New York City's eccentric stadium. As the musicians wheeled to their right and down one side of the football field, the first ranks of the Corps of...
  • U.S. military says unaware of Islamic State flights

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. military said on Friday it was unaware of any flight operations by the Islamic State "in Syria or elsewhere" after a monitoring group reported that Islamic State militants were being trained to fly in three captured fighter...
  • Ebola is no Spanish Flu [Commentary]

    Ebola is no Spanish Flu [Commentary]
    The recent death of Thomas Eric Duncan, the 42-year-old who traveled to Dallas from disease-ravaged Liberia while infected with the Ebola virus, along with the confirmed infection of two of Duncan's nurses, has created widespread concern that an...
  • U.S. general: 'It'll take time' to train new Syria force, reclaim Iraq turf, defeat Islamic State

    WASHINGTON "It will take time." That was the line used repeatedly Friday by the U.S. general leading the military campaign against the Islamic State, in his first news conference at the Pentagon since taking charge of Central Command last year. While...