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The tumult over a sex-filled satire full of depictions of Pyongyang orgies and the death of North Korean despot Kim Jong-un has done nothing to dispel my dire world view.
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Few people outside of military and aviation circles have heard about Whiskey 470, a test range in the Gulf. But last week, folks as far inland as Gainesville began reporting noises likely emanating from it.
James Mitchell, a Pasco resident and the man who took part in the waterboarding of the alleged 9/11 mastermind, wants the CIA to declassify a deposition in which he raised concerns about the treatment of detainees.
The massively popular AirFest won't be back in 2015, but organizers said they hope to be able to bring it back in 2016.
Kermit was bouncing around pretty good the last time I was on it, flying into the eye of Hurricane Irene as it was ramping up from a Cat 1 to a Cat 2.
Loud, building-shaking booms heard by Tampa-area residents in recent days were from a military exercise in the Gulf of Mexico, officials said Saturday.
If any air crews from the 6th Air Mobility Wing at MacDill Air Force Base flew over Syria to refuel jets, bombers and surveillance aircraft battling the Sunni insurgent group Islamic State, they will now see a little something extra in their paycheck...
LITHIA — Iraq veteran Mark Goujon just released his peppy new holiday single, “Loud and Proud Christmas,” sung by country and Christian recording artist Melodie Crittenden.
The executive summary of a classified Senate investigation into CIA interrogation techniques has sparked debate in Tampa, home to U.S. Central Command, which is leading the fight against jihadis in the Middle East.
Families of ill and injured military members celebrated the holiday season and more Tuesday at the Fisher House in Tampa. Months of renovations have been completed so relatives again have a place to stay when their loved ones are undergoing treatment...
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