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  1. Military Judge Calls Hearing in 2009 Fort Hood Gunman's CaseRead the original story

    Yesterday | KRGV

    A military judge has called a hearing in the case of the Army psychiatrist sentenced to death for gunning down 13 people at Fort Hood six years ago. The hearing will take place at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where Hasan is being held on death row for the 2009 attacks that also wounded more than 30 people.

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  2. Jail for US teen who wanted to fight in SyriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Peninsula

    ... claimed to be an active member of IS in Syria. Before going, Conley trained to be able to fight and even joined the US Army Explorers (USAE) to be learn about military tactics and firearms. She also had first-aid training. FBI special agents met her ...

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  3. Ernie Banks' legacy extends far beyond Mr. Cub statusRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | USA Today

    His number billows on a flag attached to a Wrigley Field foul pole. For a franchise that hasn't had a real pennant to display for 70 years, Ernie Banks was the smile that epitomized the Chicago Cubs fan's Ernie Banks' legacy extends far beyond Mr. Cub status His number billows on a flag attached to a Wrigley Field foul pole.

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  4. BUCZKOWSKI, Felix J.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Dayton Daily News

    News Death Notice BUCZKOWSKI, Felix J. "Buzz" Age 97 of Dayton passed away Tuesday January 20, 2015. Felix was a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army who served his country in Alaska, Japan and various other places in the United States.

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  5. Officer shot at Fort Hood hopes incident report brings closure to familiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stars and Stripes

    Maj. Patrick Miller wrote this note to his commander in between surgeries, when a breathing tube made it impossible for him to speak. Miller was shot on April 2, 2014, at Fort Hood, Texas, by Spc.

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  6. Colorado judge to woman sentenced for aiding ISIS: 'You are a bit of a mess'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jerusalem Post

    ... and skills in order to provide support and assistance to any al-Qaida and/or ISIS fighter." Conley joined the US Army Explorers (USAE) to be trained in US military tactics and in firearms and obtained first aid/nursing certification as well as ...

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  7. Colorado woman gets 4 years for wanting to join ISISRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KABC-AM Los Angeles

    A federal judge gave a four-year prison sentence Friday to a 19-year-old Colorado woman who admitted guilt in wanting to become an ISIS bride and participate in its jihad in the Mideast. Shannon Maureen Conley is one of the first Americans to be sentenced for conspiracy to support ISIS and received a sentence that was also recommended by prosecutors seeking to send a message of deterrence.

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  8. SunZia approvalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | El Paso Times

    Interior Secretary Sally Jewell Saturday will announce the approval of the SunZia Southwest Transmission Line in southern New Mexico, which supporters say will bring jobs to the region but which Rep. Steve Pearce says could threaten the mission of White Sands Missile Range. "The SunZia project will help unlock the abundant renewable energy resources in the Southwest, creating jobs and bringing reliable, sustainable power to a growing corner of our country," Jewell said in a statement Friday.

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  9. ConstanceWORKIN' for the Yankee DollarRead the original story

    Yesterday | American Reporter

    In May 2004, the New York Times , while claiming it was aggressive in pursuing stories about the Bush-Cheney Administration, slipped in an apology for acting more as the mouthpiece for politicians than as a watchdog for society. Part of the problem, the Times acknowledged, was that "Editors at several levels who should have been challenging reporters and pressing for more skepticism were perhaps too intent on rushing scoops into the paper."

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  10. On Native GroundABOUT Those Glimmers: Things are Still LousyRead the original story

    Yesterday | American Reporter

    About six months before the H1N1 'swine flu' virus broke out, an immigrant from Bangladesh began selling food on the streets of Mexico City. Shortly before his own death, the food vendor was visited by his brother, who became ill and returned to Bangladesh .

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  11. Army releases report on Fort Hood shooting investigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | North Texas e-News

    Army officials today released the results of a months-long investigation into a shooting at Fort Hood, Texas, that left four people dead, concluding that there was nothing in the assailant's background, medical or military profile that might have provided an early warning for potential violence. On April 2, 2014, Army Spc.

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  12. Guest Column: Impressions of the real situation in AfghanistanRead the original story

    Yesterday | Salem News

    The terrorist ordeals in Paris have certainly captured the attention of the world, and rightfully so. I feel fortunate to have had the experience I'm having here in Afghanistan as it has me between the two worlds that "Je Suis Charlie" represents.

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  13. Fort Drum outlines renovation projects for Route 26Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Watertown Daily Times

    Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's planned allotment of $25 million to Fort Drum will go toward two projects on Route 26 that post officials say will improve traffic flow. The first project will be a bridge over the roadway, connecting the main portion of post and Wheeler-Sack Army Airfield, while the second will consolidate two traffic signals near the post's Gasoline Alley gate.

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  14. Ceremony marks depature of Fort Drum deputy commanderRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Watertown Daily Times

    The departure of 10th Mountain Division deputy commanding general of operations, Brig. Gen. Mark J. O'Neil, was marked Wednesday with a ceremony on post.

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  15. Plumlee aims to be an officer and a Blue DevilRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | HeraldSun.com

    With his teammates already in their Duke blue practice uniforms on Friday, Marshall Plumlee dressed in far more formal attire with practice looming at Cameron Indoor Stadium. With Duke captains Quinn Cook and Amile Jefferson holding an American flag as a backdrop, Plumlee wore a formal Army ROTC uniform as he took the oath during his personal Army ROTC contracting ceremony.

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  16. Huntington exhibition explores long, difficult road to end slavery in the United StatesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Art Daily

    In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the passage of the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens will illuminate the complexities of ending slavery with an exhibition drawn from its renowned collections of American historical manuscripts and prints. 'The U.S. Constitution and the End of American Slavery' will be on view in the West Hall of the Library from Jan. 24-April 20, 2015.

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  17. Military Judge Calls Hearing In 2009 Fort Hood Gunman's CaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBS Local

    In this courtroom sketch, defense attorney Lt. Col. Kris Poppe, right, speaks to Investigating Officer Col.

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  18. Hopkins Co. Fiscal Court sends resolution to Army, pleads to not make cutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WFIE-TV Evansville

    Hopkins County Fiscal Court says they've sent a resolution to the U.S. Army, pleading with them not to make cuts at Ft. Campbell.

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  19. US Woman Sentenced for Conspiring to Provide Support to ISRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Big News Network.com

    The U.S. Justice Department says a woman accused of conspiring to provide material support to al-Qaida and Islamic State has been sentenced to four years in prison. Shannon Conley, 19, of Colorado was charged last April.

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  20. Colorado woman who tried to join Islamic State sentenced to 4 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Baltimore Sun

    Shannon Maureen Conley, the Colorado 19-year-old who was arrested after telling FBI agents that she intended to fight alongside militants, pleaded guilty last year to conspiracy to aid Islamic State. Shannon Maureen Conley, the Colorado 19-year-old who was arrested after telling FBI agents that she intended to fight alongside militants, pleaded guilty last year to conspiracy to aid Islamic State.

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