– The Iranians are reportedly using Iraqi airspace to fly weapons and supplies to Syrian government forces battling rebels.
– The Pentagon’s inspecter general said in a new report that many military installations around the world lack offices where U.S. troops can register to vote and obtain absentee ballots.
– The Virginia National Guard has sent more than 15,000 citizen soldiers to Iraq and Afghanistan on multiple deployments since 9/11 and now for the first time in 10 years, every Guard unit in the state is home.
– A 62-year old man is in police custody after opening fire inside a venue during a victory speech last night by Quebec’s new premier, killing one person. Premier-elect Pauline Marois’s separatist Parti Quebecois won a minority government in yesterday’s elections.
– Thousands of U.S. troops in Afghanistan are now wearing blast gauges that enable neurologists in the war zone for the first time to gather detailed profiles of explosions that cause brain damage among servicemembers.