Pentagon Lifts Ban on Transgender Service Members

The Pentagon announced the repeal of its ban on transgender service members.

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30.Jun.2016


Girl, 13, Stabbed to Death in West Bank Was US National

The teen was stabbed in her sleep by a 17-year-old Palestinian.

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30.Jun.2016


Joint Base Andrews Lockdown Lifted

The lockdown was reported at 9:15 a.m.; all-clear was given over an hour later.

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30.Jun.2016


250 ISIS Militants Killed in US Airstrikes, Officials Say

Large convoys of ISIS fighters targeted as they fled Fallujah and Ramadi.

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30.Jun.2016


Death Toll Climbs to 44 in Istanbul Airport Attack

The attackers lived in an Istanbul neighborhood before the attack.

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30.Jun.2016


The Busiest Airports This July 4 Weekend

About 11 million people will travel by airplane this holiday weekend.

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30.Jun.2016


Adnan Syed of 'Serial' Is Getting a New Trial

Syed gained international fame after he became the subject of podcast "Serial."

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30.Jun.2016


Travel Security Heightened for 4th of July

Security will be heightened at airports across the country.

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30.Jun.2016


Amid FBI Email Probe, Attorney General Meets With Bill Clinton

The meeting was a chance encounter at an airport in Phoenix.

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30.Jun.2016


Appeals Court Nixes $7.25B Credit Card Swipe Fee Settlement

An appeals court has rejected a $7.25 billion settlement between merchants and Visa Inc. and MasterCard Inc. over credit card transaction fees

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30.Jun.2016


No, Pensacola Beach isn't closed

Pensacola area beaches not affected by health warnings that have been circulating on social media

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30.Jun.2016


Be the Bulb sparks kindergarten readiness ideas

The winners of $50,000 in Be the Bulb prizes were announced for their ideas in improving kindergarten readiness

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30.Jun.2016


Beach visitors encouraged to use SunPass

Traffic planners are encouraging local beach visitors to invest in Florida SunPass transponders to save time and ease traffic congestion at Pensacola Beach

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30.Jun.2016


Moon: Religious invocations bring all types

Troy Moon talks about the latest with the City Council on allowing or not allowing an invocation by a satanist.

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30.Jun.2016


#TBT: Historic Pensacola photo galleries

Each week, we'll share three different historic galleries from the Pensacola area.

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29.Jun.2016


Gulf Breeze set to reject FDOT offer

Gulf Breeze City Council say FDOT isn't following its own rules

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30.Jun.2016


Pensacola Beach ready for huge crowds in July

Pensacola Beach officials say they are ready for busy July with everything from extra fire trucks and ambulances to extended trolley service hours for the July 4th holiday and Blue Angels weekends.

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29.Jun.2016


Council to hold special invocations meeting

Scheduling of satanic prayer leads to special council meeting

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30.Jun.2016


Watch out for these 4 types of cyber attacks

Jon French, an analyst with AppRiver, shares talks about cyber threats that target all businesses, large and small

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29.Jun.2016


Twenty One Pilots show at the Wharf sells out

Twenty One Pilots, one of the hottest bands around right now, have sold out their Aug. 5 show at The Wharf in Orange Beach.

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30.Jun.2016