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The German owners of Krispy Kreme and Panera Bread said Monday they will donate $11 million to charity after their families' Nazi past was uncovered. [Read More]
Yale University has rescinded the admission of a student involved in a bribery and recruitment scheme, as at least 12 defendants face arraignment in Boston. [Read More]
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said on Monday he will ask Attorney General Robert Barr to publicly testify on the completed Special Counsel investigation. [Read More]
A crucifix attached since 1937 to a wall of Montreal's City Hall council chambers will be removed, the city's executive committee announced. [Read More]
Americans remain concerned about global warming, with two-thirds convinced it is caused by human activity, a Gallup poll released on Monday reveals. [Read More]
Boeing Co. announced the first flight of its SB-1 "Defiant" battlefield helicopter at its West Palm Beach, Fla., facilities. [Read More]
A beer honoring Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be available next week, the Boston Beer Co., makers of Samuel Adams beer, announced Friday. [Read More]
BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair received a $41.8 million contract for maintenance and repair of the transport dock ship USS Anchorage. [Read More]
U.S. Air Force personnel performed their first crew swap, using F-35A Lightning II fighter planes, this week at Hill AFB, Utah, the Air Force announced. [Read More]
General Atomics received a $123.2 million contract to build four MQ-9 Reaper drones for the Netherlands, about four years after the State Department approved the... [Read More]
The Enterprise Air Surveillance Radar sensor, the U.S. Navy's newest radar, has completed subtesting, its builder, Raytheon Co., announced. [Read More]
Lockheed Martin Corp. received a $264.6 million contract to provide operation and technical services to South Korea's F-35 Lightning II program, the Defense Department announced. [Read More]
The United States and Israel announced the successful testing of the "David's Sling" advanced missile interception system, which was developed by Raytheon and Rafael. [Read More]
The Pentagon disputed an Amnesty International report alleging that five U.S. Africa Command airstrikes are responsible for the deaths of 14 civilians and injuries to... [Read More]
The Pentagon on Tuesday awarded Boeing $326 million for integration and testing of Increment 3 Block 2 capabilities on the P-8A Poseidon surveillance aircraft. [Read More]
The aircraft carrier USS Harry Truman left Naval Station Norfolk after a three-month availability period for deck restoration, system upgrades, maintenance, and targeted training. [Read More]
Work has started to integrate the Meteor beyond visual range air-to-air missile and SPEAR precision surface attack missile with Britain's fleet of F-35 fighter planes. [Read More]
The State Department approved the $107 million sale of assault amphibious vehicles to Spain, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency announced. [Read More]
Defense contractor Huntington Ingalls Industries announced the installation of the mast on the aircraft carrier USS George Washington. [Read More]
Northrup Grumman Systems was awarded a $45.5 million contract modification for engineering support on U.S. Navy littoral combat ship mission modules. [Read More]