Hicks column: Judge Duffy walked among legends, but he became one on his own

U.S. District Judge Patrick Michael Duffy has spent his life walking among giants, brushing shoulders with legends.

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Emmanuel AME Church, Enslaved African Muslims and the Struggle Against Violent Extremism

Extremist groups have tried and failed to court disenfranchised populations and play on the grievances of the African-American community.

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DNI Dan Coats warns China cyber activities target U.S. state, local governments

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats issued one of the starkest and most explicit warnings to date about China’s cyber activities.

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Is Winter Coming?

Is an economic slowdown on the horizon, and if so, what can we do to prepare? In terms that have become familiar to fans of the Game of Thrones series, is winter coming?

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A foundation for success

Army National Guard Cadet Miller Ford knew from a young age that he wanted to join the Military, but he didn’t realize it could also help him pay for his education.

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Wonder women

“I want to get my hands in there and guide people the right way,” says Paige Herbst, Army National Guard cadet.

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PFC. Ralph Johnson Scholarship Continues Marine’s Legacy Of Changing Lives

Montray Robinson, a Goose Creek High School graduate, is the first recipient of the PFC Ralph Johnson, USMC, MOH Scholarship.

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Plastics: The Final Straw?

This week we tackle the War on Straws and how worried we should be about all the plastic filling our oceans.

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Fourth Generation Marine Proves He Has “The Wright Stuff”

For the Wright family, being a Marine is the family business. After 12 weeks of training, Pfc. Douglas Tanner Wright graduated Aug. 3.

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