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Pentagon Official Calls for F-35 Production Slowdown

A top Pentagon official is calling for a production slowdown for the costly F-35 fighter jet after fatigue testing exposed potential cracks in the design.

In an interview with AOL Defense, U.S. Navy Vice Adm. David Venlet said it would be “wise to sort of temper production” of Lockheed Martin’s Joint Strike Fighter, calling initial assumptions about the design a “miscalculation.” Continue reading

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Federal Judge Allows Multi-State Suit Against Health Care Law to Proceed

Vinson dismissed counts that claimed the law interfered with state sovereignty, challenged the mandate on “due process” grounds, claimed it violated a constitutional ban on a “direct tax,” and claimed it represented “coercion and commandeering” of health insurance. Continue reading

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Five Years After: Hurricane Katrina Began as Unassuming Tropical Depression

In all, Katrina was the third deadliest hurricane since 1900, topped only by the Galveston hurricane of 1900 that killed at least 8,000 and the Lake Okeechobee hurricane of 1928, which killed more than 2,500. Hurricane Katrina killed more than 1,500 people in Louisiana alone, and at least 238 in Mississippi. Continue reading

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