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Officials beg pastor, strip club owner to end weekly protests of each other's establishments
2-time defending champion Ellen Port tops US Senior Women's Amateur qualifying
Global drive grows against Islamic State, with promises of airstrikes but no ground troops
Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Tony Auth dies of cancer; worked at Inquirer for decades
Police: Trooper injured in ambush that killed colleague now conscious, talking; tips coming in
Davis sparkles, Zuerlein kicks 4 field goals to lead Rams over Buccaneers 19-17
"They're like Energizer Bunnies," the former president says.
Isner, Querrey win again as US sweeps Slovakia in Davis Cup World Group playoff
Powerful Hurricane Odile takes aim at southern end of Mexico's Baja California peninsula
Magnitude 3.5 earthquake rattles Northern California
Ouch! Busy day for trainers as RG3, Charles, Green among big names injured in Week 2
Wildlife experts work to keep baby opossums alive after mother beaten to death with rock
Brady, Patriots bounce back to beat Peterson-less Vikings 30-7, pick off Cassel 4 times
The pending child abuse case against Minnesota Viking Adrian Peterson has brought spanking, a common form of child discipline used by parents, back into public scrutiny.
British Prime Minister David Cameron said today that the brutal beheading of a British aid worker by the terror group ISIS, which follows the execution of two American journalists, showed exactly why the U.K. needed to work to destroy the organization, "the embodiment of evil."
USA repeats as basketball world champions, beats Serbia 129-92
Western-backed Syrian opposition leader meets UAE officials, vows to reorganize forces
New anti-euro party performs well in 2 state votes in Germany, builds on momentum
Opposition wins election but without majority as Sweden shifts to the left