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  • From oldest to newest, one sailor transfers across a generation

    From oldest to newest, one sailor transfers across a generation
    NEWPORT NEWS — The aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford will carry the Navy's most advanced technology into battle, but a few things won't change. Sailors will still need their morning coffee. That's where Chief Petty Officer Lisa Jones and the...
  • Helen Thomas dies at 92; pioneering journalist

    Helen Thomas, the tenacious and feisty dean of the White House press corps who covered 10 presidents and was a trailblazer for female journalists, has died. She was 92. A syndicated columnist for Hearst News Service after spending most of her career...
  • Helen Thomas, Pioneering White House Correspondent, Dies at 92

    Helen Thomas, Pioneering White House Correspondent, Dies at 92
    Helen Thomas, the pioneering female journalist who questioned 10 U.S. presidents from her front-row seat at White House press conferences, has died. She was 92. The Associated Press reported her death. She lived in Washington for more than six decades....
  • Where to shoot: statehouse or White House? Texas Democrats mull

    Where to shoot: statehouse or White House? Texas Democrats mull
    AUSTIN, Texas¬†— When it comes to turning Texas red to blue — or, at the least, a less-hostile shade of purple — Democrats face a quandary of the chicken-or-egg variety. Many are certain the political evolution from its current...
  • PASSINGS: Berthold Beitz, William Warren Scranton, Peter M. Flanigan

    Berthold Beitz Industrialist honored for saving Jews during WWII Berthold Beitz, 99, who was honored for saving hundreds of Jews in occupied Poland during World War II and became one of postwar West Germany's leading industrialists, died Tuesday....
  • Previous Recipients: Yale Law School Association Award Of Merit

    Previous Recipients: Yale Law School Association Award Of Merit
    Hillary Clinton will be given the “Award of Merit” from her alma mater -- she is a 1973 graduate of Yale Law School -- before addressing law school alumni, faculty and staff in Woolsey Hall.¬† Details of the award from the Yale Law School web...
  • Final Nixon tapes reveal toll of Watergate, support from Reagan

    Final Nixon tapes reveal toll of Watergate, support from Reagan
    White House tapes released Wednesday capture President Richard Nixon grappling with the growing Watergate scandal while continuing to press forward on major foreign-affairs initiatives, including a historic meeting with Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev....
  • Final Nixon tapes show a different side of former president

    Final Nixon tapes show a different side of former president
    They were great antagonists of the Cold War, the avowedly Red-hating American president and the world’s most powerful Communist. Yet when Richard Nixon hosted Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev for a summit in June 1973, their private exchanges had the...
  • Design challenges stall Ford launch

    The Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier will be launched in November as opposed to July as originally set in a contract between the Navy and Newport News Shipbuilding, a Navy official said. "We have agreed to push back the launch of CVN 78 (the Ford's...
  • Shutdown Economics: 2,000 Lost CT Jobs? No Easy Formula, No Crisis For Now

    Shutdown Economics: 2,000 Lost CT Jobs? No Easy Formula, No Crisis For Now
    Anne S. Evans had more than just a few loose ends to tie up by noon Tuesday, the lockout deadline. As head of the U.S. Commerce Department's export assistance center in Middletown, she had conference calls and other matters for a trade delegation from...
  • Go Away With ... Steve Byrne

    Go Away With ... Steve Byrne
    When Vince Vaughn suggested that Steve Byrne create a sitcom, the comic -- who's Irish and Korean -- came up with the premise for the TBS series "Sullivan and Son." Vaughn -- a longtime friend and supporter -- is an executive producer of the show, where...
  • Same old, same old in Syria

    President Obama's on-and-off-again planned American attack on Syria is nothing new. Besides its five declared wars, America has a habit of intervening all over the world. Even apart from clandestine CIA operations, and even after the unhappy end of the...