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At its annual meeting June 14, Jewish Community Services recognized three businesses as outstanding examples of those who worked as partners with JCS Career Services this year, listing positions, interviewing candidates, and hiring JCS clients: •...
Flying over Iraq this week, Maryland National Guard Col. David W. Carey surveyed miles and miles of emptiness. Where 500 U.S. bases once housed as many as 170,000 troops, the American military footprint had shrunk to two bases and 4,000 soldiers —...
After narrowly failing to pass a gay marriage bill this year, advocates in Maryland are putting together a savvy and high-powered campaign to persuade a few holdout delegates to embrace the issue. And they're aiming it straight at the constituency that...
Now that the so-called supercommittee has failed in its task to find $1.2 trillion in budget cuts over the next decade, if Congress does not manage to reach a deal before 2013, across-the-board cuts will be implemented. These cuts would hit the military...
The International Atomic Energy Agency's latest report about Iran lays bare the true nature of Tehran's nuclear agenda: an advanced, sophisticated and highly secretive program run by the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps to build the bomb. Overwhelming...
In reading about sexual assaults in the military, I was appalled by the responses of our military leaders, and one senator in particular, to this rampant problem [June 5, news, "Pentagon Blasted On Sex Assaults"]. Republican Sen. Saxby Chambliss of...
Re "Military on the spot over sex assaults," June 5 Two respected U.S. senators — both women — are sponsoring legislation to shift decisions on serious crimes in the military, including rape, from commanders to independent military...
As director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University and adviser to the United Nations Secretary-General, Jeffrey Sachs has devoted his considerable intellect and energy to global development. It was in this capacity, he writes, that he came across...
ReutersJune 7 (Reuters) - Mike Mullen, a retired admiral and former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will join Sprint's board and serve as the company's security director if a deal with Japan's SoftBank Corp closes, Sprint said on Friday. As part of a U....
Tags: Michael G. Mullen, Japan
SINGAPORE — Chuck Hagel emerged from combat in the Vietnam War with two Purple Hearts and "a sense of how important it would be for America to engage wisely in Asia," as he put it to top defense officials gathered here. Now, more than a year after...
Tags: Leon Panetta, Barack Obama, Xi Jinping, Japan, White House
One of the most important parts of President Obama's landmark speech on May 23 at the National Defense University is receiving little attention. It is his call for "a strategy that reduces the wellspring of extremism," his recognition that extremism is...
Tags: Islam, Barack Obama, Hosni Mubarak, Osama bin Laden, Pakistan
President Obama hailed the nation's fallen service members in a Memorial Day speech at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia, in which he noted that the war in Afghanistan was winding down but not over. "Fewer Americans are making the ultimate...
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