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  • Military deaths

    The Defense Department last week identified the following American military personnel killed in Afghanistan and Iraq or who died at a military hospital of their injuries: Randy S. Agno, 29, of Pearl City, Hawaii; staff sergeant, Army. Agno died May 8...
  • For Marines, Iraq becomes a family affair

    The general who soon will lead 25,000 Marines in Iraq said Wednesday that "the experts" were wrong when they predicted that repeated deployments would strain military families to the breaking point. Reenlistments among Marines remain high, which would...
  • Marine base cracks down on violators of rule that bans 'aggressive' dog breeds from military housing

     
    CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. — A North Carolina Marine Corps base is cracking down on violators of a rule banning pit bulls and other aggressive dog breeds from military housing. The Daily News of Jacksonville reported Thursday that Marines who haven't......
  • What Obama told U.S. troops in Afghanistan

     
    Text and video of Democrat's 20-minute remarks to soldiers at Bagram Airfield....
  • First Lady Michelle Obama's State of the Union guests -- list here

     
    Every president since Ronald Reagan has used the State of the Union address to showcase heroes of the past year -- and convey a sense that they are still connected to the voters and the issues that propelled them to......
  • Marine from Moreno Valley dies in Afghanistan

     
    Military officials today announced the death of Lance Cpl. Omar G. Roebuck, 23, of Moreno Valley in a non-hostile incident in Helmand province, Afghanistan. Roebuck, who was assigned to the 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine...
  • Two of 85 dogs ousted from South Carolina Marine bases for aggressiveness

     
    Most of the pit bulls, Rottweilers and canine-wolf mixes assessed at Marine bases in South Carolina this week get to keep their Marine dog tags. Of 85 dogs from the three breeds checked by experts from the American Society for......
  • Marine Corps bans pit bulls, Rottweilers at Camp Pendleton, other bases

     
    The Marine Corps is moving to ban dogs with aggressive temperaments from Camp Pendleton and other bases under a policy developed after a 3-year-old boy at Camp Lejeune, N.C., was fatally bitten by a pit bull. The banned breeds are......
  • Obama begins leading America in a new direction

    Obama begins leading America in a new direction
    On the last Friday in March, President Obama summoned leaders of the banking industry to the White House, where they gathered around a mahogany table in the State Dining Room, site of many a feast. On this day there was not a piece of fruit nor can of...
  • 10 things you don't know about 'Nights in Rodanthe' author Nicholas Sparks

    10 things you don't know about 'Nights in Rodanthe' author Nicholas Sparks
    You might think Nicholas Sparks enjoys nothing more than making weepy books for women. Four of his novels -- "Message in a Bottle," "A Walk to Remember," "The Notebook" and now "Nights in Rodanthe" -- have been turned into romantic movies, and his next,...
  • Marine Lance Cpl. Pedro Barboza Flores, 27, Glendale, killed by roadside bomb

    Marine Lance Cpl. Pedro Barboza Flores, 27, Glendale, killed by roadside bomb
    When Pedro Barboza Flores walked into the Glendale recruiting office to volunteer for the U.S. Marine Corps two summers ago, he received a discouraging reply. At 6 feet 2 and 220 pounds he was too heavy, older than most at 25, and he needed to finish high...