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A Vietnam veteran who has written two war books will be the guest speaker Sunday at a ceremony honoring veterans and marking the eighth anniversary of the U.S. Armed Forces Plaza at Lehigh Carbon Community College. Clyde Hoch, 66, of Pennsburg was a...
Update: Because of government sequestration, both the Navy Blue Angels and Air Force Thubderbirds performance teams have been grounded. Check air show websites for updated performers. There must be something in the air. Actually, there is, all over...
JERUSALEM -- Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel arrived in Israel on Sunday to begin a weeklong tour of the Middle East as the region grapples with the worsening civil war in Syria and the stubborn nuclear threat from Iran. Making his first visit to the...
Azerbaijan taunting Iran with Azerbaijani confab, Israel visit Through Tuesday, April 23 — Azerbaijan has sent its foreign minister to Israel this week for the first time since the former Soviet republic re-embraced its Islamic heritage 22 years...
Sam Jameson, former longtime Tokyo bureau chief for The Times, knew Japan like few other correspondentsSam Jameson, a former Los Angeles Times foreign correspondent who died Friday in Tokyo at 76, “knew Japan, its culture, its history and its language like few correspondents,” said Alvin Shuster, a former foreign editor for The Times....
Sam Jameson, a former longtime Los Angeles Times foreign correspondent with deep knowledge and close personal affinity for Japan, his professional and personal base for half a century, died Friday at a Tokyo hospital. He was 76. Jameson died of a...
Tags: Japan, Obituaries, U.S. Army, Tokyo (Japan), Chicago Tribune
The candidates for Los Angeles mayor proved they could be almost as disagreeable before a Spanish-language audience as they have been in front of English speakers — challenging each other's integrity in a debate Friday night on a Spanish-language...
As it stands right now, Public Act 451 allows for the state Legislature to decide game species in Michigan. If proposed Michigan Senate Bill 288 gets approved and amends 451, the state's Natural Resources Commission would also get approval. Is anything...
WASHINGTON — The Pentagon is sending about 200 troops to Jordan, the vanguard of a potential U.S. military force of 20,000 or more that could be deployed if the Obama administration decides to intervene in Syria to secure chemical weapons arsenals...
Black Crow White Lie Candi Sary Casperian Books; 159 pages In the film noir classic "The Night of the Hunter," Robert Mitchum plays a preacher who tattoos the word "love" on one hand and "hate" on the other — a symbol, he explains, of the...
WASHINGTON -- U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson plans to visit Vieques, Puerto Rico, next week in an effort to highlight problems still facing the island municipality in the aftermath of decades of U.S. military exercises, including practice bombing runs. It...
Tags: Alan Grayson, Barack Obama
Ricin is a poison that is naturally found in castor beans, produced by the pervasive castor bean weed. It can be formed into a powder, mist or pellet, or even added to water, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Castor...
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