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Army veteran reunites with doctors who helped him recover from coma

Michael Mendez felt overwhelmed after he left the military in 2004, drinking heavily with post-traumatic stress disorder. By six months ago, his organs began to fail.

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How Chargers' Michael Badgley's road to the playoffs intersected with Rex Ryan, Mark Sanchez is Summit, N.J.

Kicker Michael Badgley is living out a mini-Summit High School reunion with the Los Angeles Chargers, who visit the New England Patriots in the divisional playoffs on Sunday, January 13, 2019 (1/13/18) at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. Kickers don't often end up in the spotlight. But...

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Trump Jr. clashes with Acosta over border wall gaffe, joining pile-on

Donald Trump Jr. got into a heated clash Thursday with Jim Acosta as he joined the Twitter army of people, including his father, mocking the CNN correspondent for a video that inadvertently made the case for a border wall. 

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2018 Vikings grades: Safety Harrison Smith leads a deep secondary

The Vikings defense became the NFL's first since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the 1998 and 1999 seasons to force the fewest passing touchdowns in back-to-back seasons. Historical success wasn't uninterrupted. Early hiccups and an infusion of young talent for ailing starters led to the ninth-most...

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Patty Griffin Debuts New Single 'River' from Latest Album — Her First Since Battling Breast Cancer

After taking some time off to battle breast cancer, Patty Griffin is back with new music. The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter is set to release her eponymous 10th studio album on Mar. 8 — and PEOPLE is exclusively premiering the first song off of the new project called, “River.” “It’s...

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Germany admits EU is already building a 'united' army - thanks to France

Germany's defense minister has revealed a controversial European joint army is "already taking shape"- thanks to her French allies.

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John Loose promoted to defensive coordinator at Army, succeeding Jay Bateman         

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His lost his legs after an attack in Iraq. Now he’s an international yoga instructor.

"What kind of excuses can you come up with when the guy at the front of the room has no legs?" said an old Army buddy who is now a student.

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"What kind of excuses can you come up with when the guy at the front of the room has no legs?" said an old Army buddy who is now a student.

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The Buckhannon Rotary Club got an update about the Salvation Army and how their holiday season went.

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Officials have given President Trump a plan to divert funds designated for Army Corps of Engineers projects in California and Puerto Rico to help pay for a wall along the southern border, a leading member of Congress said Thursday. On his way to the Texas border Thursday, Trump was presented with...

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Officials have given President Trump a plan to divert funds designated for Army Corps of Engineers projects in California and Puerto Rico to help pay for a wall along the southern border, a leading member of Congress said Thursday. On his way to the Texas border Thursday, Trump was presented with...

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Trump administration eyes disaster money to fund border wall

WASHINGTON (AP) " The Trump administration is considering using billions in unspent disaster relief funds earmarked for areas including hurricane-pounded Puerto Rico and Texas and more than a dozen other states to pay for President Donald Trump's border wall as he weighs signing a national emergency...

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Army officer that served in Afghanistan fatally shot outside Virginia Wawa

A U.S. military officer was fatally shot at a convenience store in Virginia on Tuesday in what police believe might be a random act of violence.

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Army veteran fatally shot while with his daughter outside Wawa

A U.S. military officer was fatally shot at a convenience store in Virginia on Tuesday in what police believe might be a random act of violence. Robert Gooch, 34, was with his 13-year-old daughter at a Wawa store in Chesterfield County around 7 p.m. to buy popcorn before watching a movie, the...

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White House directs Army Corps of Engineers to look at ways to fund border security

The White House has directed the Army Corps of Engineers to "look at possible ways of funding border security," Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told Fox News on Thursday night.

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