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Navy Commander Sentenced to 78 Months in Bribery Scandal
His sentence is the longest one handed out so far in one of the worst bribery scandals to rock the Navy.

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Survivors Call for US Troops to Face Trial over Afghan Hospital
American military investigation that said the bombardment did not amount to a war crime

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Lauren Kroiz Receives the 12th Annual Frost Essay Award for Her Article About John Steuart Curry
Each year, a jury of three members of the journal’s editorial board selects the winner from articles

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House Panel Approves Measure to Require Women to Register for Draft
might be suggesting is that somehow we are going to draft individuals, whether they be female or male, and we are going to put them into

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Kerry Blames Assad Regime for Deadly Attack on Syrian Kids' Hospital
The strike Wednesday night against "yet another medical facility in Syria" destroyed a vital hospital in the northern city of Aleppo

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Senior Pentagon Official Criticizes House Benghazi Probe
Stephen C. Hedger, an assistant secretary of defense, expressed frustration with the Benghazi panel's potentially futile calls

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Ban on Female Guards to Be Lifted in 9/11 Case at Guantanamo
But Army Col. James Pohl also said he would keep the ban in place for six more months, according to the order,

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Local Tea Parties foil another Transportation Sales Tax Hike
If passed, it would have been a half-cent sales tax hike on the ballot for November in Hillsborough County.

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Dunford Acknowledges US Troops in Iraq Conduct Combat Operations
Sullivan asked that Carter and Dunford pass his request for clearer acknowledgment of American troops in combat to the White House.

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National Museum of African American History and Culture To Visit Historic Black Indiana Farming Community for Collection Event
Will take place Saturday, April 30th, 2016 at Lyle Staation Indiana

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Female Ranger School Grad Makes History Again, Joins the Infantry
One of the first female soldiers to earn the coveted Ranger Tab last summer has now become the Army's first woman in the infantry

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IBD Editorials - Hillary Email Scandal: 7 Smoking Guns Found ... So Far
The media's "no smoking gun" refrain about Hillary Clinton's emails has been strangely muted

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Experience Holiday Lights in the Gardens
The Florida Botanical Gardens Foundation’s annual Holiday Lights in the Gardens event is now open

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This Is What The New Rainbow Doritos Look And Taste Like
Rainbow Doritos sold out within a week, but we got our hands on some to see if they're any different from regular Doritos.

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Deferring to Congress, Roberts Takes Over Its Job
Roberts did not want to conclude that federal subsidies are available only to people who buy health insurance through "an Exchange establish

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Community
 
MARSOC Marine Receives Posthumous Award Upgrade to Silver Star
The U.S. Army took the unusual step of upgrading one of his prior medals.

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2nd Russian Fighter Jet Flies Barrel Roll Over US Spy Plane
The Russian Su-27 zipped past the U.S. RC-135 surveillance plane in international airspace, the official said.

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Army Studies 38-acre Arlington National Cemetery Expansion
More than 400,000 people are buried at the cemetery, with as many as 30 new burials a day Arlington National Cemetery that it hopes will ext

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What: High Visibility Enforcement (HVE) move to enforcement phase until May 31, 2016
Through the enforcement actions of issuing citations, citizens will be more aware of the pedestrians and bicyclists

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Pinellas County hosts interactive Community Conversation
County commissioners and administrator to discuss issues live, online and by phone

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Editorial
 
Judges, With Hat in Hand
The words vary. but the song of corruption seems never to desist You cannot even get your vote counted because of the Black Robed Bandits

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On The Right - Hillary Rode More Coattails Than She Broke Glass Ceilings
Hillary Clinton's expected presidential run is being hailed as a chance to shatter the glass ceiling.

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On The Right - Hillary's Email Scandal: Clinton Fatigue Arrives Early
Had Richard Nixon burned his tapes, he would have survived Watergate. Sure, there would have been a major firestorm, but no smoking gun.

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On The Left - Why Americans Can't Get A Raise: Deference To Shareholders
The extinction of the American raise — dead as a dodo, by every empirical measure — has become a truth universally acknowledged.

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On the left - Bill O'Reilly's Book Misses The Story Of Gen. George Patton
It's a fortunate thing that Bill O'Reilly's latest book, "Killing Patton," was written by him and not someone else.

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Announcements
 
Family fun at Brooker Creek Preserve
Creek Preserve offers several environmental events and interactive activities providing residents the perfect opportunity explore

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What: High Visibility Enforcement (HVE) move to enforcement phase until May 31, 2016
Through the enforcement actions of issuing citations, citizens will be more aware of the pedestrians and bicyclists

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New wastewater force main planned for Seminole/Pinellas Park
Input from public sought on route selection

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Pinellas County hosts interactive Community Conversation
County commissioners and administrator to discuss issues live, online and by phone

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Beauty Grows at Weedon Island Preserve
This May, Weedon Island Preserve invites visitors to explore all aspects of nature by offering events and programs

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