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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Usa Today
The surging popularity of Netflix's original series "Orange is the New Black" has forced one Michigan sheriff to switch back to traditional black-and-white jumpsuits for inmates.
Israel on Tuesday continued to fire back at Hamas terrorists in Gaza, striking overnight five mosques and a sports complex while bringing the death toll to more than 500.
Investigators say that 100 or so AIDS researchers traveling to the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne may be among the dead in the aircraft that was shot down over Ukraine.
Office personnel for the San Francisco Giants are mulling a dress code policy for fans that would ban them from wearing certain items deemed offensive, such as fake Indian headdresses and other culturally-tied apparel.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has released data that shows 80 percent of disability claims filed by Gulf War veterans for conditions related to the war have been denied.
T-Mobile has been accused by the Federal Trade Commission of knowingly adding bogus charges to customers' phone bills and making millions from the fraud.
Hillary Clinton said she was broke. And that has raised some questions about whether Americans relate to wealthy politicians.
Rescuers were rushing, but hopes were fading and time was ticking Wednesday on the fate of hundreds of coal workers who were trapped inside a mine in Turkey that exploded in a fiery ball.
The Social Security Administration announced 2013's top names. And, in a surprising result for many, Noah beat out Jacob for the top spot.
A new USA Today/Pew Research Center poll finds that if elections were held today, 47 percent of respondents would select the Republican candidate — compared to only 43 percent who would choose the Democrat.
The press has embraced an instant narrative about Rep. Trey Gowdy, the South Carolina Republican appointed to lead the House select committee on Benghazi. He is a man intent on meticulous clarity and fairness; Mr. Gowdy says of his new mission, "All of those lines of inquiry are legitimate and should be apolitical. Facts are neither red nor blue."
Herschel Walker gained 8,225 rushing yards over 12 seasons in the NFL, but the 52-year-old says he has plenty more in him if he decided to put on the pads.
"Trivial Pursuit" fans can add this to their list of facts to know and love: The first person to tweet out the phrase "Boston Strong" didn't actually hail from Boston or even Massachusetts.
The University of North Dakota men's hockey team is ranked in the top five in the final edition of both national polls.
A horrific crash on a California highway between a FedEx truck and a charter bus that was taking high-schoolers to a nearby college for a tour has left five students and five adults dead, CNN reported Friday.