Israel on high alert after baby dies in arson attack
Israeli and Palestinian security forces have gone on high alert across the West Bank to prevent a major conflagration after an arson attack blamed on Jewish extremists left a Palestinian baby dead with his parents and four-year-old brother fighting for ...
How to stop Jewish jihad
Israel wrecked my home. Now it wants my land.
Palestinian infant killed in suspected militant Jewish settler attack
Union demands reinstatement of indicted cop's job
CINCINNATI — The union representing the University of Cincinnati police force filed a grievance on behalf of the officer indicted on a murder charge, demanding that he get his job back because the university fired him without due process, a union ...
Prosecutor: No charges against other University of Cincinnati officers who ...
Samuel DuBose Shooting: No Charges for Two Officers Who Responded
U. of Cincinnati Shooting Puts Spotlight on Campus Police
'Gut-Wrenching' Decision: Search for Teens to Be Suspended
New York Times
OPA-LOCKA, Fla. — After hundreds of rescue workers fanned out across a massive swath of the Atlantic for a full week, the Coast Guard's search for two teenage fishermen was to end Friday, a heart-rending decision for families so convinced the boys ...
Coast Guard will suspend the search for Fla. teens who went missing on fishing ...
Coast Guard Will Suspend Search Tonight for Teens Missing at Sea, But Families ...
Coast Guard suspending search at sunset for missing teens
Hillary Clinton releasing eight years of tax returns
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton was set to release eight years of tax returns late Friday showing that she and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, paid $433,885,310 in federal taxes during that period, with an effective ...
Clinton Releases Tax, Health Records on Busy Friday
Clintons Say They've Paid $44 Million in Federal Taxes Since 2007
UPDATE 2-Hillary Clinton given clean bill of health by her doctor
Racing to reach $100 million, Bush super PAC fundraising spiked in last three ...
Right to Rise, the mammoth super PAC backing Jeb Bush's presidential bid, did not reach its widely expected haul of $100 million until the final hours of the six-month fundraising period. Finance reports filed Friday with the Federal Election ...
What to Watch in Super PACs' Disclosures
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New York Times
Plane Debris Is Probably From Flight 370, Australians Say
New York Times
SYDNEY, Australia — Two senior Australian officials expressed increasing confidence on Friday that debris found on a remote French island this week came from the Malaysian jet that disappeared last year with 239 people aboard, though they cautioned ...
MH370 search: Possible wreckage could offer clues on how plane crashed
Authorities grow 'confident' wreckage is MH370
Reunion debris 'from a Boeing 777'
Accused Charleston church gunman pleads not guilty but plans to plead guilty ...
CHARLESTON, S.C. — The man accused of gunning down nine African Americans inside a historic black church known as “Mother Emanuel” has told his lawyers that he currently plans to plead guilty to federal hate crime charges, attorney David Bruck told ...
Dylann Roof pleads not guilty -- but wants to plead guilty -- in Charleston case
Charleston church shooter pleads not guilty to federal charges
'Temporary' not guilty plea entered for Charleston suspect
Al-Qaida Attacks HQ of Rebel Group It Calls US 'Agents'
New York Times
BEIRUT — Members of al-Qaida's branch in Syria launched an attack early Friday on the headquarters of a rebel faction in northern Syria believed to have been trained by the U.S. government, killing at least five fighters and wounding more than a dozen ...
Al-Qaeda affiliate claims kidnapping of members of US-backed rebel group
US Launches Airstrikes to Aid American-Trained Syrian Rebels
Syria crisis: Al-Nusra Front 'seizes US-backed rebels'
Smallest U.S. Wage Increase on Record Muddies Pay Picture
Signs of a nascent pickup in U.S. worker pay proved fleeting as wages and salaries climbed in the second quarter at the slowest pace on record. The 0.2 percent advance was the smallest in data going back to 1982 and followed a 0.7 percent increase in ...
Wage growth slows sharply in second quarter
Wage Growth Weak Despite Tightening Jobs Market
US employment costs post smallest gain on record in Q2
Payments to university athletes on hold after US court grants stay
A U.S. appeals court put on hold Friday a ruling that ordered the National Collegiate Athletic Association to permit universities to compensate student athletes as much as $5,000 a year, Reuters reported. The order was issued Friday by the 9th U.S ...
Court Grants Stay in O'Bannon Case
What to know: Student-athlete compensation
NCAA has stay granted in O'Bannon case; payments delayed