USMC: Siddiqui’s death didn’t stop hazing, recruit abuse in his platoon

Recently obtained copies of three Marine Corps command investigations detail continued hazing and recruit abuse following the death of Pvt. Raheel Siddiqui on March 18 on Parris Island. But perhaps more disturbing is the “command philosophy” of his company — Kilo Company — in which leadership expresses a hands-off approach to supervision of drill instructors.

Eight takeaways from Trump’s awful night

We know from past debates that the winner of the post-debate spin is as important as the winner of the actual debate. We know many people will not watch the entire debate, or any of it, so their opinions will be shaped to an outsize degree by the media reaction and “snap polling” afterward. In that sense, Hillary Clinton won twice — once in the debate and the other in the post-debate discussion. Here’s what we have learned:

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Huge shark hauled in off coast of Hilton Head

Hilton Head's Outcast Sport Fishing hauled in another huge shark on Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016. Charter Capt. Chip Michalove and crew tagged and released a 13-foot, 1,000-pound tiger shark about two miles off the north end of the island, Michalove said late Wedneday afternoon. He also took a "fin clipping" for DNA for scientists he works with, he added.
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Huge shark hauled in off coast of Hilton Head 0:45

Huge shark hauled in off coast of Hilton Head

Clinton in NC: Want to prove once and for all, 'love trumps hate' 1:59

Clinton in NC: Want to prove once and for all, 'love trumps hate'

Homeless man beaten by transit officer in Houston 0:33

Homeless man beaten by transit officer in Houston

Art League of Hilton Head to hold Got Art? fundraiser on Saturday 1:05

Art League of Hilton Head to hold Got Art? fundraiser on Saturday