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Specialized rehab rare for brain-injured soldiers

Although 230,000 soldiers have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries, only 20 at a time get advanced personalized rehabilitation at a new state-of-the-art treatment center — and they must stay in the military to do so. ... Read more»

Loophole in nuclear bill may create risk of terrorist bomb

Nuclear experts have told Congress that a loophole in a bill meant to limit the use of bomb-grade uranium in medical isotopes could undo years of work to curb the risk of a terrorist nuclear bomb.... Read more»


More factual fouls in latest Fla. GOP debate

The four GOP presidential candidates met for yet another debate. This one, the final debate prior to Florida's Jan. 31 primary, brought out false claims about immigration, health care, President Obama and terrorists seeking missile bases in Cuba.... Read more»

Is the FBI monitoring your Twitter, Facebook?

The Federal Bureau of Investigations is seeking to develop an early-warning system based on material "scraped" from social networks.... Read more»2

Army chief OK with brigade cuts

Army Chief of Staff Gen. Raymond Odierno said he is comfortable with the downsizing of his force, after the Pentagon announced it would be cutting the Army brigade.... Read more»

Giffords shares special bond with vet invited to State of the Union

Before Gabrielle Giffords inspired the nation, Brian Kolfage – who lost both legs and an arm in a 2004 mortar attack in Iraq – inspired her.... Read more»


The state of Obama’s facts

The president's State of the Union address got the facts right — mostly. Often the president's facts and figures were accurate — but not the whole story. (with video)... Read more»

Mitch Daniels' Republican response to State of the Union

The full text of Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels' Republican response to President Obama's State of the Union.... Read more»


Factual flubs in Florida

The four remaining candidates debated once again, this time in Tampa, Fla. — where facts took a beating.... Read more»1

Disabled vet to attend State of the Union as Giffords' guest

Air Force veteran Brian Kolfage's schedule as a University of Arizona architecture student got a little more interesting this week when he was invited to be a guest of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords for President Obama's State of the Union on Tuesday in Washington, D.C.... Read more»

Report: State sees drop in number of homeless

Arizona posted the nation’s second-biggest percentage drop in its homeless population over the last three years, falling 29 percent in the state compared to 1 percent nationally during the same period.... Read more»


Debate turns into a South Carolina smackdown

Facts were sometimes used as blunt instruments as the four remaining GOP presidential candidates hammered away at each other in the last debate before Saturday's South Carolina primary.... Read more»1

Mexican army frees children kidnapped by suspected gang

Three children kidnapped by a suspected gang were freed by the Mexican army in a raid on a private home where soldiers also found the body of a decapitated man.... Read more»

Think again

Is defense R&D spending effective?

If we are to get our deficits under control, then we no longer have the luxury of throwing countless billions of dollars at Pentagon research and development and hoping they land somewhere else.... Read more»

Tunisia commemorates 1-year anniversary of revolt

Thousands of Tunisians celebrated the one-year anniversary of their uprising that ousted dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali in peaceful demonstrations.... Read more»

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