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The White House is reflected in a puddle, Friday March 22, 2019, in Washington, as news breaks that the special counsel Robert Mueller has concluded his investigation into Russian election interference and possible coordination with associates of President Donald Trump.<br>Jacquelyn Martin/AP

Mueller concludes Russia-Trump probe with no new indictments

The comprehensive report, still confidential, marks the end of Mueller's probe but sets the stage for big public fights to come. The next steps are up to Trump's attorney general, to Congress and, in all likelihood, federal courts.


Prosecutor: Man lied about military service to avoid jail

Joseph E. Gorzoch, 41, was sentenced Thursday to serve four to eight years in state prison on charges stemming from two separate 2017 DUIs, and two years probation for a retail theft charge, court records show.


Man files lawsuit against Navy, claims discrimination at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard

Andrew Wiesner's lawsuit, naming Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer as the defendant, states he was employed at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard from 2001 to 2013, over which time he "suffered from disabilities" during his employment, though not preventing him from performing his job functions.

Mother Russia: South Florida sees a boom in 'birth tourism'

Every year, hundreds of pregnant Russian women travel to the United States to give birth so that their child can acquire all the privileges of American citizenship. The Russians are part of a wave of "birth tourists" that includes sizable numbers of women from China and Nigeria.


Colorado Springs hotel employees fired for making, displaying sign disparaging military

The sign reading "No longer serving military personnel & their guest(s)" was displayed at a post-deployment event, with more than 600 people, who were honoring and celebrating military service and sacrifice.


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Nebraska military bases finally able to assess flooding damage

Water continues to recede at Offutt Air Force Base and Camp Ashland in Nebraska, allowing work crews to enter and assess damage at buildings that flooded nearly a week ago when heavy rains and melting snow upstream overwhelmed levees and shorelines along the Missouri and Platte rivers.



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South Boston WWII monument builder heartbroken by vandalism

Sculptor Robert Shure said he “worked hand-in-hand” with World War II veterans from South Boston to design and build the granite monument near Castle Island. It was vandalized earlier this week.



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Army secretary says Humvee will play role to keep the service 'moving forward'

“The Humvee is a very capable light truck. It’s very versatile, it allows us to perform a range of missions,” Army Mark Esper said. “Like we like to say, it’s one of many tools in the tool kit.”


Marine dies after being found with gunshot wound at Camp Pendleton guard post

The Marine Corps would not release any additional information regarding the death of 19 year-old Riley Schultz, who died shortly after being found with a gunshot wound to the head on the morning of March 15.


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Army secretary says Humvee will play role to keep the service 'moving forward'

“The Humvee is a very capable light truck. It’s very versatile, it allows us to perform a range of missions,” Army Mark Esper said. “Like we like to say, it’s one of many tools in the tool kit.”


Marine dies after being found with gunshot wound at Camp Pendleton guard post

The Marine Corps would not release any additional information regarding the death of 19 year-old Riley Schultz, who died shortly after being found with a gunshot wound to the head on the morning of March 15.



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