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Columbia company has jobs for veterans

Intelligent Solutions for Information Systems LLC, a Columbia-based defense contractor, said it intends to hire 50 veterans to meet new growth requirements and the demands of its prime contractors. Phil Green, founder and CEO and a veteran himself, said the ...

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Getaways: Memorial Day weekend

In light of all the news about plans to change up the Inner Harbor that came out Wednesday, there are definitely some great things going on this holiday weekend worth checking out. My colleague Melody wrote Tuesday about concerts that are ...

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Court: Veteran can appeal missed deadline

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court said Tuesday that a court for veterans shouldn’t rigidly enforce deadlines on military vets who suffer from mental illnesses. The high court ruled that Doretha H. Henderson, wife of the late David Henderson, can continue ...

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Gary S. Williams: Financial planning very important for military personnel

As the United States goes into its ninth year of military action in Afghanistan and Iraq, financial planning for military personnel and their families has taken on unprecedented importance. Multiple deployments during the longest wartime period of U.S. history have ...

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Supreme Court deals with time limit for veterans’ benefits

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday wrestled with whether to enforce a deadline for military veterans who may have physical or mental problems to appeal the denial of benefits. The high court on Monday heard an appeal from Doretha ...

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New ‘Call of Duty’ blasts last year’s sales record

NEW YORK — “Call of Duty: Black Ops” shattered entertainment records this week when it raked in $360 million in its first 24 hours on sale, once again proving that video games have cemented their place in our lives as ...

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Wash your mouth out! Bite your tongue!

I wrote a couple of months back about my bemusement at the continued flourishing of Confederate commemoration in the South, which struck me as glorifying treason and tacitly rehabilitating slavery. By way of follow-up, a reader forwarded me a link ...

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