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Topic - Isaac
Let me see if I can get this straight. Many Islamists hatefully refer to Jews as descendants of apes and pigs, as part of their campaign to insult Jews and demonize Israel. The president of Egypt, Mohammed Morsi, is only one of many Muslim leaders and religious leaders who have used and continue to use this terminology.
As a young adult, Kathleen Cheramie visited her grandmother's grave in a tree-lined cemetery where white concrete crosses dotted a plot of lush green grass just off Louisiana Highway 1.
The images of Las Vegas are familiar: gambling, ostentatious theme hotels, gambling, shows, the Strip, gambling. But when we visited friends who moved there from the East, they recommended leaving Vegas for some regional sightseeing.
If you want to escape religion at the Democratic National Convention, there is only one place to go: the official Charlotte Convention Center prayer room.
Television networks began juggling two major stories on Monday, still wondering whether Tropical Storm Isaac will cause them to divert a large amount of attention from the Republican National Convention in Tampa.
America's parents are apparently taking their cues from a petite Kardashian sister and a global soccer star.
Fast-moving spring storms packing high winds, hail and lightning blew through the South on Monday and early Tuesday, uprooting trees, knocking out power to hundreds of thousands and killing at least seven people.
A star of the reality show "Teen Mom 2" says she wrecked her car after rear-ending an SUV in eastern Pennsylvania. Authorities say no one was hurt.
"The past is hard to escape, especially when it comes to [Sandy] Koufax. By not taking the mound for the Dodgers against the Twins on Oct. 6, 1965, on the Day of Atonement, the holiest day on the Jewish calendar, he became a cultural touchstone," writes Alan Siegel at the Atlantic.