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In the U.S. and other countries impacted by the events on June 6, 1944, historians and educators worry that the World War II milestone is losing its resonance with today's students.


Trump breaks with Japan's Abe on North Korean missile tests

Earlier Monday, Trump said he backed Abe's interest in leveraging his country's good relations with Iran to help broker a possible dialogue between the U.S. and its nemesis in the Middle East.


Rolling Thunder takes its final ride in Washington, though Trump says it will return

It was the Sunday before Memorial Day, and in Washington, that has long meant that one of the world's largest motorcycle rallies was in town. Every year since 1988, riders have roared into the District of Columbia for Rolling Thunder, a demonstration in support of veterans, prisoners of war and service members who were missing in action.


Civilian contractor arrested after collision that killed motorcyclist on Okinawa

The case will be referred to Okinawa prosecutors Monday, the spokesman said.



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Episode 9: Contractors navigate complex maze of laws, policies for health care

A trio of experts joins hosts Michelle Harven and Desmon Farris to help explain the intricacies of contractor health care, provide tips for those in the industry and clear up some of the murkier aspects of the current system.



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Oklahoma, Teva Pharmaceuticals reach $85 million settlement in opioid case

The state of Oklahoma settled Sunday with a second drug company over its role in the deadly opioid epidemic, reaching an $85 million agreement with Teva Pharmaceuticals just two days before a landmark trial is scheduled to begin.


Europe at crossroads as far-right, Greens make gains in vote

The picture of a fractured assembly for the next five years was complete as many citizens turned their backs on the center-right European People's Party.


Hifter's forces push toward Libyan capital city's center

Khalifa Hifter's self-styled Libyan National Army launched an offensive last month to take Tripoli from militias loosely allied with a U.N.-supported government.


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Oklahoma, Teva Pharmaceuticals reach $85 million settlement in opioid case

The state of Oklahoma settled Sunday with a second drug company over its role in the deadly opioid epidemic, reaching an $85 million agreement with Teva Pharmaceuticals just two days before a landmark trial is scheduled to begin.


Europe at crossroads as far-right, Greens make gains in vote

The picture of a fractured assembly for the next five years was complete as many citizens turned their backs on the center-right European People's Party.


Hifter's forces push toward Libyan capital city's center

Khalifa Hifter's self-styled Libyan National Army launched an offensive last month to take Tripoli from militias loosely allied with a U.N.-supported government.




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The Navy is planning extensive training in the Pacific Northwest. Here's how that might affect marine animals.

A Navy test and training proposal could tee up the latest battle over sonar — essential to national security at sea, but also a threat to the creatures trying to make an increasingly noisy ocean home.


Remains of World War II POW returning to Tucson family

This Memorial Day is bringing closure to the family of a young Army sergeant who left Arizona more than 80 years ago, dying in an infamous WWII prisoner of war camp in the Philippines.


Navy, Marines, Coast Guard sail into New York for Fleet Week

Some 2,600 Navy sailors, Marines and members of the Coast Guard cruised into New York City on more than a dozen vessels Wednesday for the 31st annual Fleet Week — one of the largest in the nation.


Military working dogs, handlers bond during training at North Carolina AFB

Tessa, a 6-year-old Belgian malinois, raced toward Staff Sgt. Jacob Cokkinias but immediately stopped inches away from attacking when ordered to by her handler, Staff Sgt. Connor Oien.


WWII researcher: Sea wreck must be plane of US MIA pilot

Wreckage on the ocean floor near a Japanese island must be from a fighter-bomber that crashed in 1945 with an American pilot who is still listed as missing in action, according to a World War II researcher who recently visited the crash site.


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The Navy is planning extensive training in the Pacific Northwest. Here's how that might affect marine animals.

A Navy test and training proposal could tee up the latest battle over sonar — essential to national security at sea, but also a threat to the creatures trying to make an increasingly noisy ocean home.


Remains of World War II POW returning to Tucson family

This Memorial Day is bringing closure to the family of a young Army sergeant who left Arizona more than 80 years ago, dying in an infamous WWII prisoner of war camp in the Philippines.


Navy, Marines, Coast Guard sail into New York for Fleet Week

Some 2,600 Navy sailors, Marines and members of the Coast Guard cruised into New York City on more than a dozen vessels Wednesday for the 31st annual Fleet Week — one of the largest in the nation.


Military working dogs, handlers bond during training at North Carolina AFB

Tessa, a 6-year-old Belgian malinois, raced toward Staff Sgt. Jacob Cokkinias but immediately stopped inches away from attacking when ordered to by her handler, Staff Sgt. Connor Oien.


WWII researcher: Sea wreck must be plane of US MIA pilot

Wreckage on the ocean floor near a Japanese island must be from a fighter-bomber that crashed in 1945 with an American pilot who is still listed as missing in action, according to a World War II researcher who recently visited the crash site.



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Another horse dies at California track

A horse died this weekend after racing at Santa Anita Park, the latest in a string of troubling equine fatalities at the California track. Twenty-six horses have died at Santa Anita since Dec. 26, a count that now includes Kochees, a 9-year-old gelding, according to the Los Angeles Times.


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Another horse dies at California track

A horse died this weekend after racing at Santa Anita Park, the latest in a string of troubling equine fatalities at the California track. Twenty-six horses have died at Santa Anita since Dec. 26, a count that now includes Kochees, a 9-year-old gelding, according to the Los Angeles Times.