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In this July 6, 2018 photo, employees of a government-supported cultural center collect their boxes with subsided food distributed under government program named "CLAP" in downtown Caracas, Venezuela.<br>Fernando Llano/Associated Press

As Venezuelans go hungry, US targets food corruption

A sustained campaign by the Trump administration aims to put pressure on President Nicolas Maduro by striking at the wallets of the top officials in his socialist administration.


Air National Guardsman killed by ex in murder-suicide called NYPD twice days before death

The NYPD twice bungled the complaints of a terrified Queens woman targeted by an obsessive ex-boyfriend in the days before he fatally shot her, police sources said Saturday.


Florence: Severe flooding feared near South Carolina coast

Rivers swelling with the floodwaters of former Hurricane Florence are threatening to swamp communities near the South Carolina coast, leaving thousands ready to evacuate.

Ex-chaplain charged with sexually abusing boy on military base is 'serial child molester,' prosecutors say

Federal prosecutors allege Arthur J. Perrault was “a serial child molester who abused numerous victims.” He is now in federal custody after his arrest last week on federal charges of aggravated sexual abuse of an 11-year-old during his time as a chaplain at Kirtland Air Force Base.


Military vehicle goes over cliff in Washington state, 4 hurt

Authorities say four people were hospitalized after an armored vehicle went over a 25-foot cliff during a military exercise in central Washington state.



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Massachusetts veteran of World War II to be honored at Fenway Park

Purple Heart recipient John Leoncello, 94, of Hyde Park, is set to be recognized before Tuesday night's Red Sox game for his valor during World War II as a rifleman in Gen. George Patton’s Third Army.



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Navy ship christened Saturday in Mobile

Austal USA hosted the christening of Littoral Combat Ship 22, the U.S.S. Kansas City, at its manufacturing facility. The ship is the 17th Independence-class LCS the company has under contract with the Navy.


Troopers find Fort Wainwright soldier's body in car

The body of Mason Heimer, a 22-year-old construction engineer who had been stationed in Alaska for eight months, was found in his car off base.


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Navy ship christened Saturday in Mobile

Austal USA hosted the christening of Littoral Combat Ship 22, the U.S.S. Kansas City, at its manufacturing facility. The ship is the 17th Independence-class LCS the company has under contract with the Navy.


Troopers find Fort Wainwright soldier's body in car

The body of Mason Heimer, a 22-year-old construction engineer who had been stationed in Alaska for eight months, was found in his car off base.



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