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Maersk Alabama Hijacking (2009)

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  • Father Boyle makes good on the bestseller list

     
    Two new inspirational tales enter the hardcover nonfiction list this week, including local hero Father Gregory Boyle's "Tattoos on the Heart" at No. 8. The Jesuit priest is the founder of Homeboy Industries, the gang intervention and jobs organization. Boyle..
  • The price of piracy

    The price of piracy
    First off, it just has to be said: Nice shooting, SEALs. Simultaneously hitting and instantly killing three partly obscured pirates who were holding guns on an American hostage -- and doing it after nightfall, from the deck of a ship in choppy seas --...

    Two former Navy SEALs found dead aboard 'Captain Phillips' ship

    Two former Navy SEALs found dead aboard 'Captain Phillips' ship
    Two American security officers and former Navy SEALs have been found dead on board the Maersk Alabama, the cargo ship whose hijacking by Somali pirates inspired the film "Captain Phillips," Seychelles Island police said Wednesday. According to police,...

    Drugs discovered on 'Captain Phillips' ship where ex-SEALs found dead

    Drugs discovered on 'Captain Phillips' ship where ex-SEALs found dead
    Police found drugs and drug paraphernalia in the cabin where two ex-Navy SEALs were found dead earlier this week, according to a company spokesman. The bodies of security contractors Mark Daniel Kennedy, 43, of Baton Rouge, La., and Jeffrey Reynolds,...

    'Captain Phillips' ship deaths: Ex-Navy Seal, security officer ID'd

    'Captain Phillips' ship deaths: Ex-Navy Seal, security officer ID'd
    The Maersk Alabama, featured in the movie “Captain Phillips,” has left the Seychelles after authorities completed the investigation into the deaths of two Americans, one of whom was a former Navy SEAL. On Tuesday, two Americans were found...