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At least 15 children died after receiving vaccinations in rebel-held parts of Syria, and activists said Wednesday that the death toll from two days of government airstrikes in the central city of Talbiseh climbed to nearly... Wary House lawmakers appear to be on track to give President Barack Obama authority to order U.S. military training and arms for moderate Syrian rebels confronting the growing danger of Islamic State militants.
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Police in Pennsylvania are combing the Poconos for a rage-affected, cop-hating 31-year-old prepper and shooting enthusiast who "doesn't miss" after he reportedly ambushed two state troopers at their barracks, killing one and injuring another. Eric Matthew Frein now faces first-degree murder and a host of other charges in connection with the attack that killed Cpl.
On September 17, 1939, the Soviet Union invaded Poland during World War II, more than two weeks after Nazi Germany had launched its assault. In 1787, the Constitution of the United States was completed and signed by a majority of delegates attending the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia.
Soldiers being discharged from the military - particularly Fort Knox in central Kentucky - will get a sales pitch on the jobs available and benefits of staying in the area from a program started up Tuesday by business groups in Kentucky and southern Indiana. The three chambers of commerce founded the "Where Opportunity Knox" initiative aimed at creating a pipeline for veterans who are looking for a post-military place to live and work.
Liberian Red Cross health workers wearing protective suits arrive to carry a body of a victim of the Ebola virus on Sept. 12 in a district of Monrovia.
First air strikes against militants close to capital marks escalation in mission, as nations pledge to support Iraq 'by any means necessary' The top US military leader told the US Congress yesterday he would recommend the United States considers deploying ground forces to Iraq if President Barack Obama's expanded air campaign to destroy Islamic extremists fails. US Army General Martin Dempsey, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told a Senate panel that the goal for American advisers was to help Iraqi forces with planning, logistics and coordinating military efforts by coalition partners to take out members of the Islamic State group.
A look at some of the initiatives President Barack Obama is announcing to ramp up the U.S. response to West Africa's Ebola crisis: - Assigning 3,000 U.S. forces to Monrovia, Liberia, where they will provide command and control support in the region for U.S. military activities and facilitate coordination with U.S. government and international relief efforts. A U.S. Army general will lead the effort.
The US Army is inviting female soldiers to apply to the gruelling Ranger school, officials said on Monday, part of the military's effort to open the door to women serving in ground combat. But the army wants to study the possibility of introducing female troops, officials said, reflecting new rules in the US military designed to permit women to work in more jobs closer to front lines.
When a legendary rock band intersects with a military museum fundraiser, magic happens and a lot of money gets raised. On Sunday evening, KISS was the star attraction at the third annual All-Star Salute to the Oregon Military, held at the home of Rick and Erika Miller on Jantzen Island in Lake Oswego.
Lisbeth Garrett, left, and her son, Roger Garrett sit at their bond hearing in 168th District Court in April 2013. The trial date for a 78-year-old retired schoolteacher accused of killing her estranged husband more than 37 years ago has again been postponed.
Ludlow's citizens must go to Hastings two miles away to register, and Hastings is surrounded by company land, guarded by the armed thugs of the Baldwin-Felts Detective agency, armed while the union men are gunless. No union man is permitted on company land and so the ballot box is in the grip of the coal operators.
FORT BLISS >> Smiles, laughter, colorful signs and even some tears of joy greeted more than 220 soldiers from Fort Bliss' Bulldog Brigade as they were reunited with friends and family after a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan. An airplane, filled with Fort Bliss soldiers, landed at Biggs Army Airfield about 10 a.m. Sunday, causing a joyous reunion among military families, friends and fellow soldiers.
Putrajaya could have snubbed the US to send a clear signal against its role in Israel's recent offensive in Palestine but the superpower was instead allowed to base over 500 of its army personnel on the east coast of peninsula Malaysia. Gabungan Mahasiswa Islam Se-Malaysia , a coalition of student groups, said this was tantamount of an endorsement of the violence in Palestine.
It was Daniel Martin Jr. who called 911 the day he died, to report vandals in his driveway. The decorated Army veteran's voice is frenzied and at one point, the dispatcher tells him to calm down.
The sole surviving perpetrator of an insurgent assault on a British airfield two years ago was sentenced to death by an Afghan court, the U.S. Marine Corps said. Maj. John Caldwell, a spokesman for the Marine Corps, told The Washington Post that the fighter, Mohammed Nazeer, 24, was found guilty of violating Afghan law and was given a death sentence by an appellate court in early July.
The updated story was released yesterday by KY 3 News. The charges against the 12-year Army veteran are disturbing and damning.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 10:30 am
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