Saturday, August 02, 2014 As of 12:22 AM EDT
Both parties claim to hope to help the border humanitarian crisis, but actions speak louder than words.
Sony Is Dominating Microsoft In The Gaming Console Wars
OkCupid Founder's Confession Came Just In Time To Sell A Lot Of Books
PETA To Critics Of Detroit Water Shutoff Subsidy: Don’t Throw Stones
Clinton vs. Warren: Big Differences, Despite Claims To The Contrary
Paraguay Happiest Country On Earth
Ancient Astronomy Lab Uncovered By Archaeologists In Peru
It's High Time At The 'Times'
Amazon's Fire Phone Is An Experiment In The Future Of Mobile Commerce
Obama's New Plan Says Your China-Built iPhone Was 'Made In The USA'
Why 31 Million Americans Never Finished College
A new report breaks down who's leaving, why, and what can be done to help more students finish college.
Russian Law Forces Anti-Putin Bloggers To Register With State
Russia's latest media crackdown makes Putin critics online provide their home addresses.
Uganda Court Throws Out Anti-Gay Legislation
Uganda’s anti-gay law, which was enacted in February, would imprison a person for life for engaging in gay sex.
Bill Clinton: 'I Could Have Killed Him'
Hours before 9/11, former President Bill Clinton was recorded discussing why he didn't kill Osama Bin Laden.
Hamas Cease-Fire Violations Are 'Barbaric': White House
“We certainly have steadfastly defended Israel’s right to defend themselves and we defend Israel’s right to respond to this barbaric violation of...
Obama Infuriated As Do-Nothing Congress Enters Long Summer Break
Four Militants Killed In Taliban Attack On Kabul Airport
Thursday morning's attack, which also injured a security official, reportedly lasted nearly five hours.
Russia Rehearses For Navy Day in Crimea; Ukraine Sits Out [Photos]
Russia's Navy is rehearsing for its annual Navy Day in Crimea, sans its former partner Ukraine.
The Last Day Of Iraqi Christians In Mosul [PHOTOS]
ISIS deadline may have the exodus of Iraqi Christians in Mosul all but complete by now.
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