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- Mark Levin: Topple GOP leadership or country will ‘unravel’
- Massachusetts to let police chief deny gun buys to those deemed unfit
- John Kerry condemns attack on Israeli soldiers, kidnapping
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- Israeli spokesman: No need to debate who broke the cease-fire
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George Zimmerman, a Florida neighborhood watch volunteer acquitted last year of murdering teen Trayvon Martin, recently took on a new, unofficial role: impromptu security guard at a gun and motorcycle shop.
A native of Chicago who made a name for himself as the author of "How to Survive the Running of the Bulls" was gored by a bull while making a run at the San Fermin event in Spain.
A Massachusetts company, MicroCHIPS, thinks it's found the answer to birth control pills and unwanted pregnancies -- a hormonal contraceptive that could be implanted beneath the skin and activated by a wireless remote.
Oklahoma Rep. Jim Bridenstine fired off an angry letter to the Department of Health and Human Services after he was denied entry to an illegal immigration facility in his own state.
The owner of Swett, S.D., has announced plans to sell his unincorporated hamlet in Bennett County for $400,000 to free up time to focus on his personal business.
China's naval forces have hit the beaches of Hawaii for a joint military exercise with the United States and 22 other countries, a historical first for the communist nation.
Arizona's Motor Vehicles Division has come under scrutiny after several customers complained that the drivers' licenses they received in the mail did not contain their own photographs, or even their signatures.
Former President George H.W. Bush, a.k.a. the "sock man" for his vast collection of socks, has agreed to take on a new role — a judge in a contest sponsored by his Presidential Library Foundation to find the perfect design for his feet.
A Houston, Texas, former Marine has found himself in the fight for his life with the Veterans Affairs Department — trying to prove he is not, in fact, dead.