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...said for months he had no fear of the Americans snatching him, living at his home and saying he worked as a construction contractor. Before U.S. commandos snatched him from Benghazi a week ago, he had been battling alongside the militant...

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...said for months he had no fear of the Americans snatching him, living at his home and saying he worked as a construction contractor.Abu Khattala was a prominent figure in the eastern city of Benghazi. -Associated Press

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Obama turns the page, looks forward to second term

...statue of King.Others watching at a distance were less upbeat than Cole. Frank Pinto, 62, and an unemployed construction contractor, took in the inaugural events on television at a bar in Hartford, Conn. He said because of the president's...

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Repentance

Now Playing Synopsis: A self-styled therapist gets more than he bargained for when he endeavors to help a troubled man shaken by a tragic loss in this tense independent thriller from producer/director Philippe Caland (who previously co-wrote and produced Jennifer Chambers Lynch's Boxing Helena). Thomas Carter (Anthony Mackie) is a popular self-help author whose unique blend of spirituality and positivity has gained him a loyal fan base. One of those fans is disturbed New Orleans construction contractor Angel Sanchez (Forest Whitaker), whose deep-rooted anguish over the death of his mother has slowly spiraled into an all-consuming mental illness. Sanchez has grown convinced that Carter is his only hope for conquering the trauma of his past, but the prolific author repeatedly rejects his pleas for a private consultation until his brother Ben (Mike Epps) gets into a major financial bind. Realizing that the consultation fee for helping Sanchez could solve all of his sibling's problems, Carter finally arranges a meeting. But Sanchez is already too far gone, and when the arrogant life coach attempts to speedily solve his new client's problems with a dismissive dose of New Age drivel, he finds himself held prisoner in an abandoned bomb shelter -- where he will face the wrath of a tortured soul who can no longer distinguish right from wrong. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Forest Whitaker, Anthony Mackie, Mike Epps, Sanaa Lathan Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

Fort Greely work blessed with warm winter weather

...working on the missile-defense project at Fort Greely. The warm weather put the work ahead of schedule. General construction contractor Fluor Inc. has just a 27-month construction schedule at the Ground-Based Midcourse Defense test bed site...

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Juneau man says gift mix-up was not a scam

...the incident. That's when it clicked: Tom, the 67-year-old born-and-raised Juneauite, a retired construction contractor, was the alleged Grinch the group had reported. "We were in shock," Sarah, 64, a retired health educator...

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Dramedy inspired by real life: 'But what makes it different is that element of supposed truth'

...abilities. When small-town reporter Bob Wilton, played by Ewan McGregor, stumbles upon Cassady working as a construction contractor in Kuwait in 2002, he begs him to let him write up the story of the New Earth unit and the surrounding weirdness...

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