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Documents Show Bin Laden Raid Guided by Satellites The Navy SEAL raid that killed Osama bin Laden was guided by satellites providing minute-by-minute updates, a top-secret U.S. intelligence document indicates. The satellite fleet aimed dozens of receivers over Pakistan to collect a flood of encrypted ... 08/31/2013 - 12:31 am | View Link
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The bin Laden Documents: How Did He Stay in Pakistan Unnoticed? It has been a source of contention between the United States and Pakistan since the 2011 raid in which Navy SEALs killed Osama bin Laden: How could the world's most wanted fugitive hide in a country that was supposed to be committed to catching him? 07/10/2013 - 6:09 am | View Link
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For Thomas, the 6-foot-5, 240-pound former Chicago White Sox slugger known as the Big Hurt, life has come full circle — from awe-struck rookie in 1990 to baseball royalty.
Thomas was elected in January to the Hall of Fame, along with pitchers Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine.
Thomas won AL MVP awards in 1993 and 1994 and finished his 19-year career with a .301 batting average, 521 homers and 1,704 RBIs.
Yes, I hit a lot of home runs, drove in a lot of runs, but there were many days that I was just content getting singles and getting on base and letting the other guys drive me in.
Thomas, Babe Ruth, Mel Ott, and Ted Williams, are the only players in major league history to retire with a career batting average of at least .300, 500 home runs, 1,500 RBIs, 1,000 runs scored, and 1,500 walks.
"To have the opportunity to go in with two guys that were a teammate and a manager for a long time, guys that were such a big part of my career but also helped make me a better player, that's a great opportunity," Glavine said.
Both Maddux and Glavine relied on pinpoint control to get the job done, changing speed and location on their pitches to keep hitters guessing.
Considering the size of this induction class — it equals those of 1971, 1955 and 1953 as the largest ever — and the imposing credentials of the inductees, officials are expecting a very large crowd as the Hall of Fame continues the celebration of its 75th anniversary.
Like many of the best business ideas, the one behind Chefs for Seniors came from the personal experience of Barrett and Nathan Allman, the company's father-son founders from Sun Prairie.
Chefs for Seniors, a first-of-its-kind grocery shopping and in-home meal preparation service exclusively for senior citizens in the Madison area, will finish its first year of serving clients in August.
Aimed at helping older people live longer on their own, the business started as a winning entry put together by Nathan Allman, now 21, in last year's Burrill Business Plan Competition at UW-Madison, the venerable annual contest recognizing outstanding student entrepreneurship across campus.
Channeling their frustration over needed senior services into a new business endeavor — while doing something they both found enjoyable — made sense for the Allmans as a family.
The huge baby boom generation, born between 1946 and 1964, are reshaping the face of housing, health, consumer and other services to an unprecedented degree — promising both outsized need and business opportunities.
For a lot of older adults, the nutrition of their food, and therefore their health, declines enormously as they age, she said, either because of arthritis or some other condition that prevents them from cooking the way they used to, or from getting out to get the groceries, and, most important, because of eating alone, for some people.
At a recent appointment in the home of Sharon Hanson, a Verona client, the Allmans spent more than an hour making a variety of dishes, including salmon cakes, pork tenderloin with apples and thyme, a Mediterranean-style pasta dish and pumpkin pancakes.
 cooking a whole rotisserie chicken and dividing it up to make a stir fry, chicken salad and a pasta dish with chicken and fresh vegetables.
Or using lean ground beef to make a meatloaf, meatballs with marinara sauce and a shepherd's pie.
Nathan Allman's business plan for the company took fourth place in the Burrill contest, winning the pair $1,000 for start-up costs.
Barrett Allman also credited his son's work on the plan for the company's success, noting he's found it "incredibly rewarding" to blend his own years of practical experience in food preparation with his son's knowledge of the latest business management trends and techniques through his education at UW-Madison.
Torre will be inducted with fellow former managers Bobby Cox and Tony La Russa in what is a banner year for the baseball shrine.
Pitchers Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine and slugger Frank Thomas also will enter.
There's always been a mutual admiration among La Russa, Cox and Torre, contemporaries who rank third, fourth and fifth, respectively, in all-time managerial wins.
While Torre excelled as a player — in 1971 he won National League MVP honors with a signature season that included 230 hits and a .363 average, 97 runs, and 137 RBIs for the Cardinals — he became something special in the New York Yankees' dugout.
Despite mediocre stints managing the New York Mets, Atlanta and the Cardinals (five winning seasons in 15 years), Torre was hired by the Yankees prior to the 1996 season.
La Russa tried to finance his way through law school as a player-coach in the White Sox organization, and quickly learned there was a lot more to managing than simply making out a lineup card.
After graduation, La Russa decided to see if he could manage in the minors to get the bug out, with the ultimate goal of becoming a lawyer.
In 1983, he managed the White Sox to their first postseason berth in 24 years, and 13 years later he rewarded new Cardinals owners with a division title in his first season in St.
A week ago at PNC Park the Pirates were able to win it in the 11th inning, but on Friday starter Charlie Morton faltered in the seventh when the Rockies put it away.
Carlos Gonzalez homered and Josh Rutledge had two hits and drove in four runs for Colorado, which has won consecutive games for just the second time in the last six weeks.
Friday was his third start since coming back and he allowed just two hits in 6 1-3 innings before a blister began to develop on his left index finger.
Ernesto Frieri relieved Morton and pinch-hitter Drew Stubbs bounced a grounder over the pulled-in infield for an RBI double.
The Rockies nearly pulled off a triple play in the fifth after Neil Walker led off the inning with Pittsburgh's first hit of the game.
Pirates 3B Pedro Alvarez was not in the starting lineup for the third straight game because of left knee discomfort.
Nicholls senior Carleton Casey Jr. visited New Orleans and Normandy, France, with Paul Wilson, head of Nicholls' history department, from June 21-30 as part of Nicholls' newest study abroad program, the Normandy Academy 2014.
Through the program, Nicholls partnered with the National World War II Museum in New Orleans to gain deeper insight into the 1944 events.
During the intensive 10-day program, students spent two days and three nights at the World War II Museum and five days and six nights in Normandy.
Casey, a 23-year-old Houma native, said he jumped at the opportunity upon realizing the trip would be held on the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion.
While the program aims to expand students' knowledge of the war, Wilson said its mission is also intended to "enrich their experience as American by involving them in a study abroad program" and "introduce them to leadership concepts."
The 15 participating high school and college students were from states that included Maryland, Illinois, California, Texas and Montana.
Upon arriving in Normandy, the group visited several historic sites, including Omaha Beach, the Pegasus Bridge, the Grand Bunker Museum and the Normandy American Cemetery.