White House chief of staff John Kelly delivered a raw and searing monologue Thursday about the reality and pain of war sacrifice
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Among the unresolved inquiries: Why were the Americans apparently caught by surprise?
Little Rock couldn’t meet requirements cited by the company, including that the location be within 45 minutes of an international airport.
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