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  • Haitian commission recommends sweeping changes

    MIAMI A Haitian presidential commission is recommending sweeping changes, including a new prime minister and government to stabilize the country. It also asks President Michel Martelly to abandon plans to rule by decree. Haitian lawmakers Tuesday...
  • Sports Roundup: Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy basketball thwarts Providence

    GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 66, Providence 56: Jessica Wirthlin had eight points and 13 rebounds and Jessica Tran added 22 points Tuesday to lead the Tologs (2-3) to a victory in the Pasadena Poly Tournament. Holy Family 52,...
  • Sports Roundup: La Cañada High wrestling wins twice

    WRESTLING La Cañada in Eagle Rock tri-meet: The Spartans went unbeaten Monday afternoon with a 45-35 victory over Duarte followed by a 66-15 win over Eagle Rock. The Spartans (3-0) appeared in danger of dropping their first match, trailing Duarte, 29-6....
  • U.S. launches 20 airstrikes against Islamic State in Syria, Iraq

    U.S. launches 20 airstrikes against Islamic State in Syria, Iraq
    The United States launched 20 airstrikes against Islamic State militants in recent days, military officials said in a statement on Wednesday. Since Monday, U.S. forces conducted seven strikes against the militant group in Syria and led 13 strikes in ...
  • Hagel: Withdrawal of 1,000 troops from Afghanistan to be delayed

    Hagel: Withdrawal of 1,000 troops from Afghanistan to be delayed
    The U.S. military is delaying the withdrawal of up to 1,000 troops through the first few months of 2015, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Saturday. The decision means that up to 10,800 troops, rather than 9,800, could remain in Afghanistan as the U.S....
  • Report: High school coach lands UNLV job

    The Sports Xchange Report: High school coach lands UNLV job UNLV will turn to the high school ranks for his next head coach. According to multiple reports, the Rebels will hire Bishop Gorman coach Tony Sanchez to replace Bobby Hauck. A state Board...
  • Tribes deserve recognition

    Millions of children know the story of Pocahontas. They know that, thanks to the help of the Powhatan tribe, the first permanent English settlement in the Americas survived when others had failed. As Virginians, we know Indian tribes have played an...
  • Iraqi leader asks Chuck Hagel for more U.S. airstrikes, arms

    Iraq’s leaders told Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Tuesday that local security forces want an increase in airstrikes and American-made weaponry in their fight to defeat Islamic State militants. The appeal by Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi...
  • Wreaths Across America ceremony to held at Hampton cemetery

    Wreaths will be placed at veterans headstones throughout the country on Dec. 13, including at the Hampton National Cemetery. Wreaths Across America Day takes place each December and will be replicated at 900 locations this year. A remembrance ceremony...
  • Rebels in northern Syria say US has stopped paying them

    REYHANLI, Turkey The United States has stopped paying most of the pro-western rebels fighting in northern Syria and has suspended the delivery of arms to them, rebel commanders told McClatchy Tuesday. A top civilian coordinator for rebel forces estimated...
  • Senate Intelligence Committee: CIA's interrogations vicious, ineffective

    WASHINGTON The CIA held at least 119 people in secret overseas prisons some of whom were innocent and subjected many to gruesome interrogations that didn't lead to any high-level terrorists including Osama bin Laden and were more vicious than the agency...