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  • LIBYA: U.S. officials call for extradition of Lockerbie bomber

     
    Politicians are already demanding Libya's new rulers extradite convicted Lockerbie bomber Abdel Basset Ali Megrahi now that it appears his longtime ally Moammar Kadafi is being ousted. Among those demanding Megrahi's extradition to the U.S. for trial...
  • Marines face punishment for hazing that preceded guard's suicide

     
    Two enlisted Marines face potential punishment for allegedly hazing a fellow Marine, Lance Cpl. Harry Lew, while their battalion was in Afghanistan...
  • September 11, Remembered on TV

     
    The 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks has inspired a host of TV tributes, reminiscences and investigations. Here is a guide to some of the 9/11-related programs airing between now and Sept. 11, 2011: “Fox News Special”....
  • Marine killed in Afghanistan had dreamed of long motorcycle ride

     
    Marine Cpl. Michael Dutcher was dreaming of a cross-country motorcycle ride from Camp Pendleton to his hometown of Asheville, N.C., once his battalion returned from Afghanistan. Dutcher "wanted to see some of the country he had spent the last four......
  • With an ally like Pakistan, who needs enemies?

     
    Pakistan gets $3.5 billion in U.S. aid every year. In light of recent accusations that its intelligence services are aiding insurgents kill Americans in Afghanistan, well, it's time to trim the fat....
  • Marines from Camp Pendleton and Twentynine Palms killed in Afghanistan

     
    Two Marines from Southern California bases were killed Wednesday during combat in Afghanistan, the Pentagon announced Friday. Staff Sgt. Nicholas Sprovtsoff, 28, of Davison, Mich., and Sgt. Christopher Diaz, 27, of Albuquerque, N.M., were killed in...
  • Camp Pendleton Marines in Afghanistan warned of Taliban threat

     
    During a surprise visit Saturday with Marines and sailors from Camp Pendleton deployed in Afghanistan, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff warned against complacency and said Taliban fighters could be planning increased attacks. "We are in a time......
  • Are extreme ideologies to blame for violent acts? [Most commented]

     
    The Norwegian terror attacks allegedly carried out by right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik present an opportunity for introspection for “Muslim-bashers,” the Times Editorial Board wrote Tuesday. It is unfair to blame ideological...
  • Norway attacks: The Breivik-McVeigh connection [Most commented]

     
    It is clear from Anders Behring Breivik's attacks in Norway that he was familiar with terrorism attacks in the United States -- namely, Timothy McVeigh's 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, wrote Andrew Gumbel, an author working on a book about the......
  • Marines return to Twentynine Palms after seven months in Afghanistan

     
    A battalion of Marines has returned to Twentynine Palms after a deployment at Afghanistan assigned to one of the most difficult and dangerous tasks: patrolling the border with Pakistan to prevent Taliban fighters and weaponry from crossing into Helmand...
  • Marine from Twentynine Palms battalion killed in Afghanistan

     
    A Marine from Twentynine Palms has been killed in combat in Afghanistan, the Pentagon announced Monday. Cpl. Paul W. Zanowick II, 23, of Miamisburg, Ohio, was killed Friday in Helmand province, long a Taliban stronghold. Zanowick, an anti-tank missileman,...