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  • Congressman Ralph Hall, (R-TX), right, holds up his Founding Spirit Award as U.S. Army Sergeant Mary Herrera  looks on during the Honoring Our Veterans and Veterans in Congress program at the Capitol Hill Club on Wednesday, May 21. Khalid Naji-Allah/ Special for The Washington Times

    FEDEWA: Times hosts military veterans in Congress

    It is not often that the veterans in Congress are singled out for recognition. In these days of extreme partisanship, it is helpful to remember that patriotism is not the sole possession of either party. The greatest sign of patriotism is military service, a distinction shared by 90 members of the House of Representatives and 38 senators.

  • Perry defends Hall as House panel drafts charges

    A Texas House panel began drafting articles of impeachment against embattled University of Texas System Regent Wallace Hall on Wednesday, just as Gov. Rick Perry issued one of his strongest statements yet supporting the Dallas businessman.

  • Chiquita asks court to toss terror payments case

    Chiquita Brands International asked a federal appeals court Thursday to dismiss lawsuits filed against the produce giant by relatives of thousands of Colombians killed in a bloody civil war, contending the cases do not belong in a U.S. court.

  • Legislative report: UT regent may have broken law

    University of Texas System regent Wallace Hall may have committed impeachable offenses in his campaign to oust Bill Powers from the presidency of the system's flagship Austin university, according to a draft of a long-awaited legislative committee report.

  • This image released by Jeffrey Richards Associates shows, from left, Tracy Letts, Toni Collette, Michael C. Hall and Marisa Tomei during a scene from "The Realistic Joneses," at the Lyceum Theatre in New York.  (AP Photo/Jeffrey Richards Associates, Joan Marcus)

    'Intense itch' leads Michael C. Hall back to stage

    Michael C. Hall has turned a page, broken with the past, made a break.

  • $725,000 deal reached over Saginaw police shooting

    The family of a homeless man repeatedly shot by police has reached a $725,000 settlement with the city of Saginaw less than six months after filing a civil rights lawsuit, an attorney said Monday.

  • Ohio girl's email cry for help leads to rescue

    Children rescued by a sister's email cry for help to a teacher after they allegedly were beaten and tied to their beds, sometimes for weeks at a time, were happy just to be able to pick out their own snacks at the sheriff's department once free, an investigator said.

  • Thursday's Sports In Brief


  • FILE - In this Dec. 9, 2013, file photo, retired managers, from left, Tony La Russa, Joe Torre and Bobby Cox gather for a photo after it was announced that they were unanimously elected to the baseball Hall of Fame during MLB winter meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. La Russa will not have any logo on his cap in his Hall of Fame plaque, the Hall said Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. Torre's will have a Yankees logo, while Cox's whill have a Braves logo.  (AP Photo/John Raoux, File)

    No team logos on plaques for Maddux, La Russa

    Greg Maddux and Tony La Russa will not have logos on their Hall of Fame plaques.

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