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Hamas vows revenge after Israeli airstrikes kill seven militants in southern Gaza.
Since calling off a ceasefire, the Ukrainian military is finding recent success in its effort to retake areas that have been under pro-Russia militant control.
More than sixty women and girls reportedly escaped from their Nigerian terrorist group Boko Haram abductors.
Iraq’s newly elected and already deadlocked parliament has postponed its next session until mid-August,
More than sixty were shot and nine killed in Chicago this weekend.
Legal recreational marijuana goes on sale in Washington this week.
New security measures for those flying to the U.S. from abroad will require passengers to turn on their cell phones.
Turns out “free” voter IDs are actually expensive.
On the very first day that Georgia’s new open carry law went into effect, a “misunderstanding” between two armed men in a convenience store led to a drawn firearm and a man’s arrest.
A Fourth of July parade float depicting a figure standing outside of an outhouse labeled “Obama Presidential Library” unsurprisingly sparks some criticism.
Fifa forces Brazil to serve beer at the World Cup, is surprised when people get drunk.