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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
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When Cheverly resident Reton Gaffney couldn't make it to Rome for the canonization of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II, she found a local way to participate in Catholic Church history.
Democratic Party officials have named a retired lieutenant as interim sheriff in a southeast Ohio county where the elected sheriff is facing corruption charges.
A panel of judges has suspended from office a southeast Ohio sheriff indicted in a corruption case.
A southeast Ohio county has chosen a temporary replacement for a sheriff indicted in a corruption case.
Commissioners in a southeast Ohio county plan to appoint a temporary replacement for a sheriff indicted in a corruption case.
A panel of three retired judges will consider whether to suspend a southeast Ohio sheriff who pleaded not guilty to 25 counts in a corruption case.
A southeastern Ohio county sheriff charged in a public corruption case has pleaded not guilty to all 25 counts against him.
Ohio's attorney general is seeking to have suspension proceedings held for a southeast Ohio sheriff facing felony charges.
A southeast Ohio sheriff was indicted Friday on 25 counts, including felony charges of theft in office, tampering with records and engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity.
Top lawyers for U.S. intelligence agencies fought a rear-guard action Monday against plans to rein in the National Security Agency's domestic snooping, telling a blue-ribbon panel that restricting it would hamper the government's "agility" in pre-empting terrorist plots.
The July 5 announcement by the Vatican that blessed John Paul II, the pontiff who died in 2005, has been "cleared" by Pope Francis for canonization was not overly surprising. From the chants of "Santo Subito!" ("Saint Now!") at his funeral to his beatification two years ago to the two miracles attributed to him, the Polish-born pope was a favorite among Roman Catholics, and he was respected and loved by many beyond the church's ranks.
"He's a saint for our time, here and now," said Patrick Kelly, executive director of the shrine formerly known as the National Shrine of Blessed John Paul II, as he unveiled the new signage featuring the designation of sainthood. "He's also a man and saint for the ages. Future generations will see what a great man he was."
Kelly has denied wrongdoing and vowed to fight the charges.