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Hamas leader says group kidnapped Israeli teens in West Bank in June
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Powerful Scenes From Ferguson, Missouri
When James Foleyâ€™s mysterious captors finally contacted his family and revealed their demands in exchange for the American journalistâ€™s release, they were so absurd that the group didnâ€™t appear to be serious about actually freeing Foley, according to GlobalPost CEO Phil Balboni and a former U.S. government official.
The Missouri National Guard has been ordered to leave the strife-torn town of Ferguson today.
Having a baby isn't all fun, games and celebrations. Jill Dillard revealed yesterday that she and husband Derick Dillard were expecting their first baby. But the "19 Kids and Counting" star, 23, also revealed she's going through terrible morning sickness.
Hospital staff hugged Dr. Kent Brantly to show public he's not contagious.
American Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly credited doctors, God and an experimental drug for his recovery today. But experts say itâ€™s unclear whether the drug, known as ZMapp, helped or hindered his recovery.
California police are in pursuit of a couple whose â€œselfieâ€? showed up on the cloud account of stolen electronics.
When the first "Burning Man" took place in 1986, the wooden figure was 8-feet tall and stood scorching on Baker Beach in San Francisco.
While Twitter cracks down on ISIS propaganda following the murder of journalist James Foley, another social network admits it can't stop militants from migrating to its site.
The governor spoke today at the Heritage Foundation.
St. Louis county prosecutor wants governor to decide whether to remove him from Brown case
Government: States can ask for more time before using student test scores to evaluate teachers
Sept. 15 trial date set for lawsuit challenging Sen. Cochran's win in Mississippi GOP runoff
Romania: Ex-PM sent to prison for corruption charges released; calls for early elections
Cardinal Edmund Szoka, former Vatican City governor, head of Detroit archdiocese, dies at 86
Court decision delayed on Marine who disappeared in Iraq so defense can translate documents
Even though two American Ebola patients may be out of the woods in terms of their battle with the virulent disease, officials in West Africa continue to grapple with the worst-ever Ebola outbreak that is showing no signs of stopping.
Two Americans who contracted Ebola in Africa were released after being cured of the disease at Emory Hospital in Atlanta.