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Hezbollah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah said Hezbollah will fight to keep Syria's Bashar Assad in power. He also said Hezbollah fighers are fighting in Syria against Sunni Islamic radicals.
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Religious leaders are suggesting that religious Boy Scouts leave the organization after its leadership voted to welcome gay boys. Others aren't so sure that the status quo will change.
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Clinton leads 2016 poll: Hillary Clinton tops the latest poll of potential 2016 presidential candidates in Iowa. Clinton comes out ahead of Sen. Marco Rubio and Sen. Rand Paul.
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Sexual assault is growing in the US military, addressed by President Obama and Defense Secretary Hagel in speeches to young officers. 'This scourge must be stamped out,' Hagel said.
With a deadly tornado staring them in the face, many citizens of Moore, Okla., were faced with the biggest decisions of their lives. Here's how six people made those choices, and survived.
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A federal court found that Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio systematically violated the constitutional rights of immigrants through 'saturation' sweeps targeting Hispanics.
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Budapest's Teleki Square synagogue has survived two World Wars, the rise of the 'anti-Zionist' Jobbik party, and rotting fixtures – and is now part of a resurgent Jewish community.
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It may be months before the I-5 bridge over the Skagit River near Seattle is repaired. Until then, authorities are considering a temporary bridge of the type used in Europe during World War II.
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Gaza's exports have dropped by 97 percent since 2007, limiting the chances that Gazans can wean themselves off of international aid.
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President Obama this week tentatively opened the door to the establishment of a drone court, to provide greater accountability for drone strikes on Al Qaeda affiliates abroad. The idea is drawing mixed reviews.
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President Obama says he's trying to strike a balance between national security and essential freedoms. Now, after his own Justice Department accessed reporters' phone records, he wants to protect against 'overreach.' Some say he's trying to have it both ways.
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Massachusetts' Gabriel Gomez says he wants to make the Senate’s 'Gang of Eight,' which has been working on immigration reform, a 'gang of nine.' Many Latinos were turned off by Republicans' anti-immigrant rhetoric in the 2012 elections.