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Lejeune's Kids Boot Camp

Posted: 04/25/2013 - The Marines are taking an interesting approach to the annual day when Americans take their children to their workplaces.

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Gov. McCrory Orders Flags Lowered After Marine Accident

Updated: 04/22/2013 - North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory is reversing course and ordering flags lowered statewide in honor of the seven Camp Lejeune Marines who died in a training explosion last month in Nevada.

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"The Wall That Heals" In Goldsboro Through Sunday

Updated: 04/18/2013 - It was an emotional day Thursday in Goldsboro as hundreds of people visited "The Wall That Heals," a traveling replica of the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C.

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30th Anniversary Of Bombing At U.S. Embassy

Updated: 04/18/2013 - While the nation is mourning what happened in Boston on Monday and the piecing together details of a deadly fire and explosion in Wake, Texas on Wednesday night, many are taking Thursday to also remember a terrorist attack on the U.S. Embassy in Beirut 30 years ago.

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Looking For Logic In North Korea's Threats

Posted: 04/13/2013 - To the outside world, the talk often appears to border on the lunatic, with the poor, hungry and electricity-starved nation threatening to lay waste to America's cities in an atomic firestorm, or to overrun South Korea in a lightning attack.

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Pentagon Struggles With High Cost Of Health Care

Posted: 04/08/2013 - The calls in Washington to rein in the rising costs of Social Security and Medicare ignore a major and expensive entitlement program -- the military's health care system.

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U.S. Civilian Adviser Killed In Afghan Operation

Posted: 04/07/2013 - Officials have confirmed an American civilian adviser was killed in a military operation in eastern Afghanistan that also left 11 suspected Taliban militants dead.

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Kerry Mourns 1st Diplomat Killed Since Benghazi

Posted: 04/07/2013 - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry mourned on Sunday the first death of an American diplomat on the job since last year's Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. diplomatic installation in Benghazi, Libya.

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Sen. Hagan Pushing VA On Claims Backlog

Posted: 04/02/2013 - North Carolina Sen. Kay Hagan says she wants the Department of Veterans Affairs to send more personnel to its Winston-Salem office if it's necessary to reduce the second largest disability claims backlog in the Southeast.

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