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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Fort Hood
Authorities at Fort Hood say they've reopened traffic in and out of the Central Texas Army post.
A 32-year-old Fort Hood soldier has died of injuries suffered last week in a noncombat-related incident in Kosovo.
A grass fire on a Fort Hood range has burned more than 3 square miles but nobody has been hurt and no structures were damaged.
A New York Army National Guard unit based in the Hudson Valley has been deployed to Afghanistan.
Grass fires at Fort Hood that have burned more than 1,000 acres on two ranges are mostly contained.
Officials at Fort Hood say they're monitoring a grass fire near a training range at the Central Texas Army post.
Since the recent active-shooter incident at Fort Hood, Texas, in which Ivan Lopez reportedly killed three and wounded 16, nearly all media outlets have focused on the presence of a weapon as the lead story.
Recent editorials from West Virginia newspapers:
A U.S. Army sergeant killed in last week's shooting in Fort Hood, Texas, was been buried Saturday in the Missouri town where he went to high school and met his wife.
The body of an Army sergeant killed in last week's mass shooting at Fort Hood, Texas, arrived Friday in a small southern Missouri town after a solemn procession from St. Louis.
With the traditional roll call of the fallen, rifle salutes and sounding of taps, Fort Hood ended its ceremonial farewell to three soldiers killed in an April 2 shooting rampage.
The Army's top leaders say the sense of security and brotherhood found at Fort Hood has been shattered by the recent shooting that left four soldiers dead and 16 others wounded.
President Barack Obama returned to the grieving Army post Wednesday where he first took on the job as the nation's comforter five years ago, mourning with families and uniformed comrades of those killed during last week's Fort Hood shooting spree. "We somehow bear what seems unbearable," he declared.
Security is tight at Fort Hood where a memorial ceremony will be held a week after a gunman fired on fellow soldiers, killing three and wounding 16.
The top soldier at Fort Hood told President Barack Obama and ranks of soldiers that they would stand always with the families of soldiers killed in a shooting rampage at the post.
"We somehow bear what seems unbearable," he declared.
FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) — The Army psychiatrist charged in the deadly Fort Hood shooting rampage in 2009 told a judge Thursday that he grew a beard because his Muslim faith requires it, not as a show of disrespect.