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Esteban Santiago is taken from the Broward County main jail as he is transported to the federal courthouse on Jan. 9, 2017, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.<br>Amy Beth Bennett/South Florida Sun Sentinel/TNS

Iraq War veteran gets life in prison for Florida airport shooting

An Iraq war veteran, Esteban Santiago was diagnosed, after the January 2017 Florida airport shooting that left five people dead, as schizophrenic but was found competent to understand legal proceedings.


Suspected MS-13 gang members from sanctuary city indicted in California

Federal and local officials arrested 12 men suspected of being members of the MS-13 gang in February 2017 as part of immigration raids. Local officials later said they were duped into helping make immigration arrests, violating city laws.


Trump administration is considering pulling back $3 billion in foreign aid

The Trump administration is considering taking back more than $3 billion in foreign aid that Congress already approved, in a move that senators from both parties are calling questionably legal and promising to resist.

Burr says Russia investigation can be 'frustrating as hell,' but he's focused on protecting its integrity

Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr says there is "no factual evidence today that we've received" on collusion or conspiracy between Russia and President Donald Trump's campaign. But he said he's still open on the issue and hasn't personally come to any final conclusions, since the investigation that has now consumed 19 months of his life isn't finished.


Trump suspects he'll 'very quickly' revoke clearance of Justice Department official

Signaling that he is not finished with revoking security clearances, President Donald Trump tweeted that it was a "disgrace" for Bruce Ohr to be in the Justice Department. Ohr's wife worked for the firm involved in producing a dossier on Trump's purported ties to Russia. His comments came two days after he yanked the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan.



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IG report: Veteran caregivers face long waits for VA assistance

A lack of accountability resulted in caregivers for injured veterans being blocked for months – and sometimes years – from a Department of Veterans Affairs program created to assist them, a VA watchdog reported.



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Navy's $11 billion carrier falling short on reducing labor costs

Huntington Ingalls Industries, the sole U.S. builder of aircraft carriers, continues to fall short of the Navy's demand to cut labor expenses to stay within an $11.39 billion cost cap mandated by Congress on the second in a new class of warships.


Crews recover bodies of 2 men who drowned off Georgia beach

The Coast Guard, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and other agencies helped Tybee Island Fire and Rescue crews search for the two men, who went missing Monday evening.


B-2 stealth bombers fly in for first deployment in Hawaii

The bombers, which are capable of carrying nuclear and conventional weapons, flew into Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam on Wednesday from Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri.


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Okinawa-based Marines attempt to win hearts and minds through music

By constant touring and gigging across the Pacific, members of the III Marine Expeditionary Force Band attempt to win hearts and minds through the international language of music and by putting a friendly face on American foreign policy.


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Navy's $11 billion carrier falling short on reducing labor costs

Huntington Ingalls Industries, the sole U.S. builder of aircraft carriers, continues to fall short of the Navy's demand to cut labor expenses to stay within an $11.39 billion cost cap mandated by Congress on the second in a new class of warships.


Crews recover bodies of 2 men who drowned off Georgia beach

The Coast Guard, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and other agencies helped Tybee Island Fire and Rescue crews search for the two men, who went missing Monday evening.


B-2 stealth bombers fly in for first deployment in Hawaii

The bombers, which are capable of carrying nuclear and conventional weapons, flew into Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam on Wednesday from Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri.


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Okinawa-based Marines attempt to win hearts and minds through music

By constant touring and gigging across the Pacific, members of the III Marine Expeditionary Force Band attempt to win hearts and minds through the international language of music and by putting a friendly face on American foreign policy.



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