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- John Kerry condemns attack on Israeli soldiers, kidnapping
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- Israeli spokesman: No need to debate who broke the cease-fire
- 35 Palestinians killed; Israeli officer missing
By Isaac Orr
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The Wizards have extended favorable offers to players such as Martell Webster because of his impact with this team in the locker room.
Foes on the court and friends off of it, a Terrapin from North Carolina tipped his cap to a fellow Tar Heel-stater after he was drafted on Thursday.
Just days after finishing his 18th season, Fisher was hired Tuesday to replace Mike Woodson, who Phil Jackson fired after the season in his first major move as team president.
The world is full of cruelty, but something unfolding in Sudan should interest even jaded observers.
Despite large red signs that greet visitors to the third floor of the Gage County Courthouse, finding prohibited items is a regular occurrence since additional security measures have been added.
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency said it will ask the court to dismiss a lawsuit filed by track coach Jon Drummond, calling the case "baseless."
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency says it will ask the court to dismiss a lawsuit filed by track coach Jon Drummond, calling the case "baseless."
Attorneys representing Wisconsin media groups say a judge should unseal all documents that don't reveal private information about the subjects of a secret investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's recall election and others.
A federal judge refused on Wednesday to delay a Chicago lawmaker's bribery trial so he potentially could cast a vote to extend the Illinois income tax increase - the latest blending of public policy, politics and a corruption case in a state with a history of official wrongdoing.
Zippo and the nation's third-biggest tobacco company are battling over the Blu brand name being used for both Zippo lighters and a hugely popular electronic cigarette.
The San Antonio Spurs were not going to believe Serge Ibaka was really injured until the Oklahoma City Thunder took the court in the opener of the Western Conference finals without their athletic big man.
Novak Djokovic is going to the French Open with a big clay-court victory in his pocket. And a heavy heart.
A group of snowboarders suing one of the last U.S. ski resorts to prohibit snowboarding are arguing in a court filing this week that the ban is not only discriminatory and based on stereotypes, but encourages "hostile and divisive skier-versus-snowboarder attitudes."
Tony Massenburg discusses some pressing questions about the Wiz, especially why they struggle to win at home.