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  • Obama sees no quick fix in Iraq

    Obama sees no quick fix in Iraq
    U.S. warplanes and drones stepped up attacks against Islamist militants in northern Iraq on Saturday, as President Obama warned that the effort to help Iraqi forces deny a safe haven to “barbaric terrorists” and help rescue thousands of...
  • Niumatalolo says Ohio State could 'embarrass' Navy in opener, but team has hope

    Ken Niumatalolo recently joked that the more he watches Ohio State on film, “the scarier it gets.” The seventh-year Navy head coach was serious when he said the Buckeyes have the potential to “embarrass us.” Navy opens the season...
  • Arte de Mexico expands but still relies on network of artisan families

    Arte de Mexico expands but still relies on network of artisan families
    A dead-end street in North Hollywood is an unlikely place to find a mecca of handcrafted design, but it exists. Arte de Mexico's North Hollywood showroom, open seven days a week, recently has expanded to about 250,000 square feet of space, up from 200,...
  • As in the Navy, shape up or ship out: My Word

    Following a report that more than 70 percent of firefighters are overweight, Darryl Owens' July 28 column, "Fat firefighters are a safety risk for themselves, public," outlined numerous initiatives being taken to address the problem. There is another...
  • U.S. military in Ukraine to assist Malaysian plane crash probe

    U.S. military in Ukraine to assist Malaysian plane crash probe
    A small U.S. military team has arrived in Kiev to help investigate the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17, the United States said on Tuesday, with more direct training support for Ukraine also possible. The team of about 10 people - which...
  • Apopka-based Orange commission seat has deep primary field

    Apopka-based Orange commission seat has deep primary field
    Term limits are forcing Orange County Commissioner Fred Brummer from the seat that represents the northwest area of the county around Lake Apopka. Five candidates are vying to replace him in an Aug. 26 primary, and if no one wins more than 50 percent of...
  • Photos transmitted to Antarctica

     
    Rotating photo transmitter used to send photographs to Navy personnel stationed in Antarctica....
  • 23 sailors killed when U.S. Navy destroyers run aground at Honda Point

     
    On Sep. 8, 1923, seven U.S. Navy destroyers ran aground at Honda Point, north of Santa Barbara. Twenty-three sailors lost their lives....
  • TIGER grant to upgrade rail line hailed as economic boost to region

    A federal grant of $8.2 million to upgrade the rail line from the Port of New London north through Connecticut was hailed by state and local officials and business leaders as a shot in the arm to the area's economy. Gov. Dannel Malloy, Congressman Joe...
  • Bethlehem Steel historical marker dedicated

    Bethlehem Steel historical marker dedicated
    Alongside Northampton Community College's south Bethlehem campus runs a quiet little side street that dead-ends at a metal gate, once the main entrance for thousands of steelworkers who cranked out battleship guns and the structural steel that became...
  • "We had to abandon ship, [it] was ablaze, and I had no life jacket."

    "We had to abandon ship, [it] was ablaze, and I had no life jacket."
    HARTFORD--The shattered hull of the USS Emmons lies in 140 feet of water off Okinawa. Nine members of her crew gathered at the State Capitol Friday to remember and honor those who died with their ship nearly 70 years ago. Armand Jolly was a gunners mate...