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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - The Plain Dealer
The Plain Dealer is the major daily newspaper of Cleveland, Ohio. It has the largest circulation of any Ohio newspaper, and is a top 20 newspaper for circulation in the United States. According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, for the six-month period ending on March 31, 2010, The Plain Dealer reported an average daily paid circulation of 267,888 and an average Sunday paid circulation of 362,394. , The Plain Dealer had more than 785,000 readers on weekdays and 1 million readers on Sunday. The Plain Dealers media market, Greater Cleveland, is ranked #1 in the country for Sunday newspaper readership percentage (75.4% of total adults) and #2 in daily newspaper readership percentage (62.6% of total adults), second only to The New York Times in the weekday editions. - Source: Wikipedia
The Cleveland Clinic is trying a new approach to reducing the crucial minutes that pass between when a person has a stroke and when treatment begins.
The Catholic diocese in Cleveland is requiring its teachers to sign a contract specifying prohibited violations of Catholic doctrine, such as homosexual activity and artificial insemination.
An argument at a motorcycle club in Cleveland's east side ended with three people left shot in the foot or leg.
Mark L. Gillispie, a veteran northeast Ohio journalist who covered courts, crime and government for The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer, has been hired as a reporter in the Cleveland bureau of The Associated Press.
A county medical examiner has identified a woman killed in Cleveland after a car in which she was a passenger crashed into a convenience store.
A registry of businesses owned by members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities is being developed in time for the 2014 Gay Games scheduled for the Cleveland area in August.
Cleveland's main airport is planning $20 million in upgrades, including renovations to the ticketing lobby, exterior of the terminal and baggage area.
Northeast Ohio is quickly becoming known for its biomedical industry.
Residents and visitors to Cleveland are being offered an opportunity to view the lead ship on Ohio's newest export route to Europe, the Cleveland-Europe Express.
Commissioners at Cleveland Metroparks are getting details on an ecological restoration plan for a former golf course.
Some taxi drivers who work at the Cleveland airport say they won't drive cabs with rooftop placards advertising the upcoming Gay Games.
A Cleveland man wanted by authorities in the killing of a 26-year-old woman has been taken into custody following an 8-hour standoff with police.
Cleveland schools are slated to receive hundreds of computers that authorities seized from Internet cafes where they were used for poker or slots-style games.
Officials at the Cleveland airport are trying to determine the potential impact of United Airlines' decision to vacate one of its concourses.
A former Ohio attorney general says a man serving a life prison sentence may have been wrongly convicted of murder.