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  • Pentagon plans major review of military justice system

    Pentagon plans major review of military justice system
    WASHINGTON — The Defense Department, under pressure from Congress to reexamine the way it handles sexual assault cases, announced Tuesday a comprehensive review of the entire military justice system.
  • Jeremiah Denton dies at 89; POW who blinked 'torture' in Morse code

    Jeremiah Denton dies at 89; POW who blinked 'torture' in Morse code
    Jeremiah Denton, the downed Navy pilot who was paraded before television cameras by the Viet Cong and confirmed U.S. suspicions of prisoner maltreatment during the Vietnam War by blinking out the word "torture" in Morse code, has died. He was 89....

    Former midshipman is acquitted in Naval Academy sex-assault case

    Former midshipman is acquitted in Naval Academy sex-assault case
    A former Navy football player was acquitted Thursday of sexually assaulting a fellow midshipman at an alcohol-driven off-campus party. After a three-day trial, Marine Corps Col. Daniel Daugherty found Midshipman Joshua Tate of Nashville not guilty of...

    Carjacking delays trip to hospital for pregnant woman in labor

    Carjacking delays trip to hospital for pregnant woman in labor
    Armed men carjacked the vehicle of a pregnant woman in labor as she was heading to the hospital, according to police in Annapolis, Md. Two men were taken into custody and a third was being sought. The woman, who was not identified, was taken to a...

    Storm clutches Northeast in a snowy, icy grip; D.C. shut down

    Storm clutches Northeast in a snowy, icy grip; D.C. shut down
    WASHINGTON -- A full-blown nor’easter huffed and puffed its way through the mid-Atlantic region Thursday, shutting airports and government offices a day after the storm battered much of the Old South, leaving hundreds of thousands without...