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Here are the big stories we're watching this week in politics
3 days on, no arrests yet in hunt for carjackers who rammed SUV into 3 kids, killing them
The United States has released images that, it says, prove Russian military forces have fired artillery from Russian territory into Ukraine.
With just five days left until Congress adjourns for summer recess, Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, and Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, are attempting a bipartisan, last-ditch effort to address the border crisis in their home state â€“ but there are few signs of support in Congress....
Downed Air Algerie jet's black boxes to be sent to France, embassy official says
US, Europe seek elusive pressure points on Putin over Ukraine
Ebola kills senior doctor at Liberia's largest hospital, health official says
Key World War I battle re=enacted in Poland on eve of war's outbreak a century ago
American doctor working with Ebola patients in Liberia gets treatment for the deadly virus
Forget the cheeseburger: Cooking classes try to hook US blacks on healthier African foods
The United States is now less safe than it was years ago, in part because a brutal terrorist group has been able to gain power in Iraq after the post-war government there "blew it," a top U.S. intelligence official said Saturday.
Boko Haram attacks northern Cameroon town, kidnaps wife of vice prime minister
Police officers in California are grieving one of their own as her husband sits in jail, accused of shooting his wife and trying to cover up her murder by lighting his house on fire.
With Champs-Elysees ahead, Italy's Nibali on way to win Tour de France as last stage begins
Unarmed Australian police to help Dutch-led force secure Malaysian jet crash site
38 killed as Libyan army forces loyal to renegade general battle Islamist militias in the east
Details of the mission to evacuate the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli, Libya, provided to ABC News by a U.S. official, about the military assistance provided for the security of the U.S. personnel.
US doctor working with Ebola patients in Liberia has tested positive for the deadly virus