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The United Nations says that 7 in 10 of the 2,104 Palestinians killed in the hostilities were civilians. Israel disagrees, citing a figure far smaller.
Their plight and apparent dispatch into battle with little training and inadequate gear has sparked scorn across Ukraine.
Jeff Gates takes a photo of his daughters on the Cape May ferry each year.
OUTLOOK | How an encounter with a stranger during a family vacation to the Jersey Shore left a bad taste in this dad’s mouth.
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert had a lot to say about the news out of Ferguson, Mo.
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As closing arguments ended, lawyers for the ex-Va. governor said the government’s star witness lied.
A U.S. judge rules that requiring hospital-like features in such facilities burdens women.
Ryan Grepper’s duds included the Jello “shotslinger,” a foldable dog bowl and a picture-hanging device.
Jonathan O'Connell and Thomas Heath
The District could follow other cities in building a venue to host the Olympics and a local pro team.
For many women, these incidents aren’t surprising.
The president needs to focus on how the United States can meet global challenges.
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Closing arguments begin in McDonnell trial
Pro-Russian rebels occupy key Ukrainian town
Rick Perry rails against President Obama on border crisis
Pentagon: Iraq operations costing $7.5 million per day
Putin: Ukrainian assault reminiscent of Nazi siege
Clinton: Frayed trust led to Ferguson violence
N.J. community grieves death of Jewish student in Jerusalem
Bus crash at O'Hare injures at least 14
Russian rebels to release Ukrainian troops
Shelly Sterling on Clippers sale, Stiviano’s ‘shady’ guests
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The company said it’s to serve a customer that will add to local growth, but won’t name the client.
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