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- Drones from the deep: Pentagon develops ocean-floor attack robots
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BLOG OF THE RINGS
Only at The Washington Times: Reporters blog on the 2008 Olympic Games.
Typhoon Nuri slammed into Hong Kong yesterday, shutting down most of the city. However, the Olympic equestrian events were spared the brunt of Nuri's wrath.
The Games are suffering from lack of attendance, though scads of ticket scalpers are helping last-minute buyers who missed the boat.
Beijing's major sites are cashing in on the Games.
It seems many Chinese people aren't too concerned about the recent conflict in the the former Soviet republic of Georgia, and the Games continue uninterrupted.
Great Falls' Kate Ziegler and Towson's Katie Hoff don't qualify for 800 finals
Come meet the dancing mascots of the 2008 Olympic games in Beijing.
Michael Phelps rolls on, the women's gymnastics team gets silver and we have another doping story.
The USA men's team is fixin' to face Angola
Rockville native Bob Malaythong is part of history at badminton arena
The U.S. lineup for the women's team finals has been released
While the dismal air quality leaves something to be desired and allergy-sufferers none too happy, Beijing city officials have been able to make amends by offering mini oases in the city: Olympic-themed gardens.
The good news is, it's not the Greeks this time around.
Michael Phelps' bid for eight gold medals is alive ... barely
It may be night in the U.S., but it's morning in China and we're back at the pool.
Burke's Justin Spring will have a big say in whether the U.S. men's gymnastics team captures a medal.
Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
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- Special Forces' suicide rates hit record levels casualties of 'hard combat'
- Feds approve powdered alcohol; 'Palcohol' available later this year
- Nancy Pelosi washes immigrants' feet in humble Holy Week act then promotes on Twitter
- Army goes to war with National Guard, seizes Apache attack helicopters
- U.S. Navy to turn seawater into jet fuel
- Harry Reid blasts Bundy ranch supporters as 'domestic terrorists'
- EDITORIAL: Mark Warner running scared?
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