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A suicide bomber killed 13 in an attack on a mosque in Abha, Saudi Arabia.
A boat carrying over 700 immigrants capsized off the coast of Libya, killing at least 25.
A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that Texas’s strict voter ID law violates the Voting Rights Act.
A man wielding a hatchet, pepper spray and a BB gun attacked patrons at a Tennessee movie theater before being shot by police officers.
Ron Paul’s former campaign manager Jesse Benton was indicted on charges of paying more than $70,000 to a former Iowa state senator in a bid to win his support in 2012.
As ties to the West unravel, Russia embraces the Muslim world.
Warming global temperatures have pushed walruses further north, cutting off a key food source for many Alaskan villages.
U.S. jobless claims hover near four-decade lows.
Katha Pollitt: How to really defend Planned Parenthood.
You cannot marry your lawnmower, no matter what Rep. Steve King says.