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  • Two Marines from Camp Pendleton may have been killed by Afghan soldier

     
    The two Marines from Camp Pendleton whose deaths in Afghanistan were announced Saturday may have been killed by an Afghan soldier, the Marine Corps said Sunday. "Initial reporting indicates that while conducting routine security post operations, shots...
  • Inside the terrorist bomb plot: What the White House admits knowing and when

     
    John Brennan reveals what he told Obama and when about the credible Yemen air cargo bomb threats....
  • Report: The Salvadoran ex-guerrilla advising Mexico's drug-war leaders

     
    Nearly 30,000 people, the latest figure being used, have died in Mexico's drug war in the nearly four years since President Felipe Calderon dispatched the military to disrupt the country's drug-trafficking organizations. Calderon's administration has...
  • General tells Camp Pendleton group that Marines are 'winning the fight' in Afghanistan

     
    The top Marine in Afghanistan, speaking at Camp Pendleton on Thursday, gave an upbeat assessment of the Marines' progress in Helmand province, long a Taliban stronghold. "They're paying a price but they're winning the fight," Maj. Gen. Richard Mills said....
  • The Times Gets an Emergency Makeover

     
    The Times Page 1 nameplate on Sept. 15, 1910, before the bombing. The Times nameplate, Oct. 15, 1910, after the bombing Part II, Sept. 15, 1910, before the bombing. Part II, Oct. 15, 1910, after the bombing. Oct. 15, 1910:......
  • Four Marines from Camp Pendleton killed in combat in Afghanistan

     
    Four Marines from Camp Pendleton were killed by a roadside bomb during combat operations in Afghanistan, the Pentagon announced Thursday. The four, all members of the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, were killed Wednesday in Helmand province, a Taliban...
  • Fifth Marine from Camp Pendleton battalion is killed

     
    A fifth Marine from the Camp Pendleton-based 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment has been killed during combat in Afghanistan, the Pentagon announced Friday. Lance Cpl. Irvin M. Ceniceros, 21, of Clarksville, Ark., was killed by small-arms fire while on...
  • Marine killed in Afghanistan is eighth person from Camp Pendleton battalion to die in combat this week

     
    Another Marine from the Camp Pendleton-based 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment has been killed in Afghanistan, the eighth Marine from the battalion to die in combat this week. Lance Cpl. James D. Boelk, 24, of Oceanside was killed Friday by......
  • ‘A Terrible Roar’—Updated

     
    Courtesy of University of Southern California, on behalf of the USC Special Collections. Oct. 1, 1910: The Times Building in flames, as seen from Broadway just south of First Street. Notice The Times Eagle outlined by the fire. El Alisal,......
  • On Assignment – Times Bombing

     
    As the anniversary of The Times bombing draws near, I thought I’d ask Daily Mirror readers what they might like to know about the incident. I have spent the last few weeks researching the bombing and I’ve had access to a great many original documents,...
  • Controversial Georgetown gig for Colombia's Alvaro Uribe

     
    The arrival of former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe at Georgetown University is sparking campus debate on the two-term leader's legacy in security and human rights. Uribe starts work this semester as a "Distinguished Scholar in the Practice of Global...