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  • Spain still healing 10 years after Madrid '11-M' train bombings

    Spain still healing 10 years after Madrid '11-M' train bombings
    MADRID — Reminders of her son hang close to Pilar Manjon's heart. There's the necklace she wears with his name, Daniel, and the golden pendant bearing his first initial. A locket holds a tiny snapshot of his handsome face, smiling with the promise...
  • General's tearful accuser describes forced oral sex, violence

    General's tearful accuser describes forced oral sex, violence
    FT. BRAGG, N.C. -- Sobbing and burying her head in her hands, a U.S. Army captain testified Friday that Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair twice forced her to perform oral sex in her office in Afghanistan after she demanded that he remove her from her job...
  • Army general details affair as he enters guilty pleas

    Army general details affair as he enters guilty pleas
    FT. BRAGG, N.C. — He first met the much younger woman who would become his mistress in Germany, and later in Iraq, the general testified Thursday. In 2009, the woman, by then a 29-year-old Army captain, accompanied Army Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A....
  • Blast that killed 4 Marines probably caused by grenade, report says

    Blast that killed 4 Marines probably caused by grenade, report says
    CAMP PENDLETON — The explosion that killed four enlisted Marines during a Nov. 13 training exercise was probably caused when a grenade round was accidentally "dropped, kicked or bumped," according to an investigation report released Thursday....
  • 2 relieved of command for blast that killed 4 Camp Pendleton Marines

    2 relieved of command for blast that killed 4 Camp Pendleton Marines
    CAMP PENDLETON -- The explosion that killed four enlisted Marines during a Nov. 13 training exercise was probably caused when a grenade round was "dropped, kicked or bumped," according to a investigation report released Thursday. The grenade set off...
  • Lodi man arrested in terrorism case

    Lodi man arrested in terrorism case
    He was a 20-year-old community college student, a single father to an infant daughter and a failed National Guardsman living in a trailer park outside Lodi, Calif. Online, Nicholas Teausant took on a different persona, authorities allege. On Instagram,...
  • Not your father's Cold War

    Not your father's Cold War
    Will everyone please stop talking about a new Cold War? However badly things work out between Russia and the United States and the West, a new Cold War isn't in the cards because Russia today isn't the Soviet Union. Sure, we are in a diplomatic and...
  • In Syrian province, Islamist militant group flexing its muscle

    In Syrian province, Islamist militant group flexing its muscle
    When the women's militia of an Al Qaeda splinter group recently raided a high school in the northern Syrian city of Raqqah, it found a range of violations of its strict interpretation of Islam. Ten young women were deemed guilty of donning a face veil...
  • Robert Greenwald turns his lens on drone warfare in 'Unmanned'

    Robert Greenwald turns his lens on drone warfare in 'Unmanned'
    In an old, whitewashed motel, where folklore has it studio executives once brought their secretaries for "lunch," Robert Greenwald, a mercurial man trailed by insults and death threats, leads a small band of filmmakers dedicated to unnerving political and...
  • Iraqi security forces accused of raping, torturing women in detention

    Iraqi security forces accused of raping, torturing women in detention
    The woman held at an Iraqi death row facility arrived for a meeting with a human rights group last year on crutches, the result, she said, of nine days of beatings and electric shocks. Seven months later, Human Rights Watch said Thursday, the woman...
  • Multiple explosions kill at least 32 in Iraq's capital

    Multiple explosions kill at least 32 in Iraq's capital
    BAGHDAD -- Multiple explosions rocked Baghdad on Wednesday, killing at least 32 people in a brazen reminder of the ability of insurgents to penetrate the heart of the Iraqi capital. The attacks come as militants fighting in the name of Al Qaeda are...