Islamic State built in staying power with global jihadis

The loss of Mosul in Iraq and the offensive to push IS out of Raqqa in Syria cuts out the urban heart of the group’s self-proclaimed caliphate, but the extremist organization has built-in plans to endure and has shown a degree of flexibility that will be difficult to counteract.

Many organizations banned in Pakistan thrive online

They use their sites to recruit, raise money and demand a rigid Islamic system. Even as these groups thrive online, Pakistan is waging a cyber war against activists and journalists who use social media to criticize the government and its agencies.

US deportations of Europeans could exceed last fiscal year

Immigration and Customs Enforcement data provided to The Associated Press show that more than 1,300 were deported from October 1, 2016 through June 24. That pace is likely to exceed last year’s federal fiscal year total of roughly 1,450 European deportees.

37 structures burned in Northern California wildfire

Officials say five more structures were damaged by the wildfire north of Sacramento that has burned 9 square miles (23 square kilometers) and is 40 percent contained. They would not say how many of the burned structures were homes.

Monday Memories: 2010 Midwest League All-Star Game

With the MLB All-Star Game just a day away we celebrate 25 years of professional baseball in Fort Wayne by looking back at the last time the Summit City hosted the Midwest League All-Star game in 2010.

TinCaps Bash Lugnuts, 13-4

The TinCaps jumped on the Lansing Lugnuts (Toronto Blue Jays) early and often in a 13-4 win Monday afternoon at Parkview Field.

Medical Minute – Hearing examination

So what will you learn when undergoing a hearing exam at Summit Hearing? Ted Blanford has all the answers in this edition of the Medical Minute.