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U.S. senators demand answers from Army after Reuters report on lead poisoning

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Four U.S. senators on Friday urged the Army to detail the steps it is taking to safeguard children from lead poisoning, citing a Reuters investigation into hazards on military bases.
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Watchdog found military ‘deficiencies' in cyber ops, public records show

Watchdog found military ‘deficiencies' in cyber ops, public records show

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Key combatant commands across the U.S. military were not giving enough support or personnel to their cyber operations, a previously classified assessment shows.
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U.S. military veteran visits Kateri peace conference in Fonda

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Retired U.S. Army Col. Ann Wright, 71, was a diplomat in Freetown, the capitol of Sierra Leone, when rebelling soldiers overthrew the president, shot civilians and used machetes to chop others' limbs off in the streets. The embassy closed down while the American staff fled through screaming crowds to a downtown hotel. Wright organized the evacuation of hundreds of Americans and local employees-who would have been slaughtered by the troops-in about four days using three helicopters.
"I was on a huge ship offshore where the helicopters would carry 50 evacuees per flight and we had...
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Gunman opens fire at Chicago hospital, wounds at least 4

Gunman opens fire at Chicago hospital, wounds at least 4

A police spokesman said the gunman was dead, but it was not immediately clear if he took his own life or was killed by police. Read more ...

Turned over: Chiefs fall to Rams in epic Monday Night Football matchup

Turned over: Chiefs fall to Rams in epic Monday Night Football matchup

Game was highest scoring Monday Night Football game ever Read more ...

White House welcomes turkeys for presidential pardoning, unveils savory names

White House welcomes turkeys for presidential pardoning, unveils savory names

White House representatives selected and announced the birds' official names, Carrots and Peas, which were chosen from a list of more than 600 suggestions from South Dakota... Read more ...

Thanksgiving cruise comes to abrupt stop in Puerto Rico

Thanksgiving cruise comes to abrupt stop in Puerto Rico

Passengers say they were told they would have to be off the ship by Tuesday and would have to remain onboard until then. Read more ...

Colorado man sentenced to multiple life sentences in deaths of pregnant...

Colorado man sentenced to multiple life sentences in deaths of pregnant wife, daughters

Chris Watts, 33, pleaded guilty this month to first-degree murder and other charges in the deaths of 34-year-old Shanann Watts and their daughters, Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3. Read more ...

Monday p.m KSBW Weather Forecast 11.19.18

Monday p.m KSBW Weather Forecast 11.19.18

KSBW Chief Meteorologist Lee Solomon has your Tuesday forecast Read more ...

Drone footage shows aftermath of Camp Fire in California

Drone footage shows aftermath of Camp Fire in California

Since the Camp Fire broke out November 8, it has destroyed more than 11,700 homes and torched an area the size of Chicago. Read more ...

5-year-old girl shot in west Baltimore, police say

5-year-old girl shot in west Baltimore, police say

A 5-year-old girl was shot Monday night in west Baltimore, city police said. Read more ...

Woman loses pet Yorkie to Coyote attack

Woman loses pet Yorkie to Coyote attack

Kristy Beauvais' 7-year-old Yorkie named Bo was snatched from her yard in the fatal attack. Read more ...

The wintry chill continues; Tuesday marks the 15th consecutive “colder than...

The wintry chill continues; Tuesday marks the 15th consecutive “colder than normal” day in a November among the coldest 6% since 1871; brief warming arrives Fri/Sat-but possibly wintry Sunday night/Monday storm to tug cold air back in next week

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