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Matthew V. Thompson (U.S. Army via Los Angeles Times)

Green Beret From Irvine Killed in Afghanistan

The Department of Defense has identified Staff Sgt. Matthew V. Thompson, a Green Beret, as the U.S. service member killed on Tuesday when an IED exploded near his patrol during a mission training Afghan forces.

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Murder Charge Added Against DUI Suspect with ICE Immigration Hold

Murder charges have been added to those facing 29-year-old Esteysi Sanchez, the woman accused of killing Jack Ray Tenhulzen while driving with more than twice the legal limit of alcohol in her bloodstream and continuing about a mile down the road with the man lodged in the passenger side of the vehicle before she left.

This image obtained March 31, 2016 courtesy of Purdue University/ Kuhn and Rossmann research groups shows a representation of a near-atomic level map of Zika virus

Shock: 170 Zika Cases in California

170 cases of Zika virus infection have been confirmed in California alone in 2015 and 2016, as the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) warns travelers returning home from the Rio Olympics or other Zika-affected regions to take precautions to avoid spreading the virus.

Latinos for Donald Trump in Anaheim (Associated Press)

Study: Latinos Live Forever, ¡Para Siempre!

A UCLA study of seven ethnic groups concluded that Latinos age more slowly than the other ethnic groups analyzed. “Latinos live longer than Caucasians, despite experiencing higher rates of diabetes and other diseases. Scientists refer to this as the ‘Hispanic

Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. listens to testimony by U.S. Forces-Afghanistan Commander and Resolute Support Commander Gen. John Campbell, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016,   during the committee's hearing about the situation in Afghanistan.   (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Rep. Jim Bridenstine and State Senator Col. Richard Black Endorse Kelli Ward over John McCain

Oklahoma Congressman Jim Bridenstine and Virginia State Senator Col. Richard Black endorse former Arizona State Senator Dr. Kelli Ward in her bid to replace 30-year incumbent Senator John McCain in the U.S. Senate. Both Bridenstine and Black, elected officials with significant national security backgrounds, are confident in Ward’s ability to support America’s military and veterans.

Jerry Brown (Sandy Huffaker / Getty)

Jerry Brown Criticized for Big Oil Donors

Pay-for-play accusations are being levied against longtime California governor Jerry Brown in a new report from Consumer Watchdog that details $9.8 million paid in contributions to Brown’s political and other initiatives, many of which occurred in close succession with policy moves favorable to the 26 energy companies that donated.

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Ward Campaign Claims McCain Intern Evaded Payment, Falsified FEC Form At Fundraising Event

According to the Ward campaign, the intern was contacted over the phone regarding the contribution information provided. The conversation was described as the McCain intern accusing the Ward campaign of bullying and the Ward campaign response, “It’s not bullying when someone attends a private fundraiser on private property, knowingly falsifies a document for federal reporting, and tries to get out of paying.”