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Joe Gibbs Supports Redskins Name

Joe Gibbs, the former Washington Redskins coach who took the team to three Super Bowl wins, said the Redskins name has always been prideful. Jun 29, 2014 3:22 PM PT

Beloved Former Auburn Player Philip Lutzenkirchen Dies in Car Accident

Philip Lutzenkirchen, a beloved former Auburn tight end, reportedly died in a car crash on Sunday morning. Lutzenkirchen was known for his clutch catches and his touchdown dances that resembled a river dancing, which got national acclaim during Auburn's stunning come-from-behind win in the 2010 Iron Bowl at Alabama. He was one of the most beloved and popular players in recent memory at Auburn. Jun 29, 2014 3:18 PM PT

Marine Shot Dead, Wife Injured As Pair Celebrated Her Birthday

Jonathon Price, a 26-year-old Marine who attended Southland Christian Church, was shot in the back as he and his wife, Megan -- who was shot in the leg but survived the attack -- exited a saloon in Lexington, Kentucky. Police are on the the lookout for two suspects, including a black male with shoulder-length dreadlocks carrying a silver handgun. Jun 29, 2014 3:07 PM PT

US Personnel in Bahrain Prepare for Ramadan

U.S. personnel accustomed to drinking their coffee on the drive to work will have to put that habit on hold for about a month. It’s one of a few lifestyle changes Americans will have to make during the holy month of Ramadan. Jun 28, 2014 10:24 AM PT

The Great War: A Conflict That Shaped the Modern World

To walk the orderly rows of headstones in the elegant graveyards that hold the dead of World War I is to feel both awe and distance. With the death of the last veterans, World War I, which began 100 years ago, has moved from memory to history. But its resonance has not faded — on land and geography, people and nations, and on the causes and consequences of modern war. Jun 28, 2014 9:20 AM PT

Why ISIS Won't Take Baghdad

BEIRUT, Lebanon — Fighters loyal to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) have at times been as close as six miles to Baghdad, according to Iraqi and Kurdish commanders interviewed by The Daily Beast. But the Iraqi capital may well be “a city too far” for this ferocious al-Qaeda offshoot that is determined, as its name says, to establish a state of its own. Jun 28, 2014 6:22 AM PT

Saving the Border When the Cavalry Isn't Coming

As tens of thousands of so-called unaccompanied alien children (UAC) crash our southern border, we are undergoing a war against the existence, the concept of the USA as a nation-state. Jun 27, 2014 5:31 AM PT

Pizza Shortages Due to US World Cup Game

The World Cup match between the United States and Germany created pizza shortages around the country, with one restaurant in Kentucky saying that the game, which started at noon eastern, was responsible for an extra month of sales.  Jun 26, 2014 11:51 AM PT


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