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L.A. NOWTwo Mexican nationals charged with killing a U.S. Coast Guard officer are scheduled to appear in court....
BEIJING -- Chinese and Japanese fighter planes tailed each other over a disputed cluster of uninhabited islands in the East China Sea, raising alarm that a miscalculation could set off an armed confrontation. Chinese military authorities ordered two J-...
The Hartford CourantThe Pentagon is likely to seek another round of base closings in Obama's upcoming budget proposal and this time, unlike last year, it won't go away easily. That's the assessment from Bob Ross, director of the state's Office of Military Affairs -- who'...
Tags: Groton, Leon Panetta, Bob Ross, The Pentagon, Joe Courtney
NASA knew that in order to properly explore the moon, walking wouldn’t be enough. Astronauts needed to drive. This month marks 40 years since man has been to the moon. It also marks the last ride of the lunar roving vehicles that gave astronauts...
Republicans say they will not cooperate on raising the debt limit in mid-February unless Democrats agree to cut spending by an equivalent amount ("Trouble ahead," Jan. 2). What these trillions of tax dollars are allocated for is instructive. The...
A massive cargo-carrying airship has taken shape inside one of the 17-story wooden blimp hangars at the former military base in Tustin. According to aircraft maker Worldwide Aeros Corp., construction is complete on a 36,000-pound blimp-like aircraft...
KABUL, Afghanistan — In a second round of negotiations between the U.S. and Afghanistan here on the presence of U.S. forces beyond 2014, the two sides have held preliminary talks on legal jurisdiction over American troops, the lead American...
This post has been updated. See the note below for details.SAN FRANCISCO -- Eric Schmidt, Google's ambassador in chief, is going where few Internet executives have gone: North Korea. Google's executive chairman will take part in a private trip led by former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, sources told The...
A popular vocational center at Van Nuys Airport that has trained thousands of aviation mechanics during its 40-year history faces closure or relocation next year if the Los Angeles Unified School District can no longer afford to keep the facility open....
ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — Algerian bomb squads searched a gas refinery laced with mines on Monday, looking for more explosive traps a day after the discovery of more bodies throughout the site raised the toll from the terrorist siege well past 80....
Two Canadians were among the militants who seized an Algerian gas field and held hundreds of workers hostage last week, Algerian Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal told reporters on Monday, according to the Associated Press and the Canadian Press....
Tags: Mali, Politics, Government, Energy Resources, Algeria
As news broke of North Korea's successful launch of a long-range rocket on Wednesday, alarm bells went off around the world. The technology used to send a satellite into orbit or fire a missile carrying a warhead are basically the same, raising fears that...
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