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Report Finds No Proof That Delays In Care Caused Veterans’ Deaths

Report Finds No Proof That Delays In Care Caused Veterans’ DeathsThe Office of the Inspector General at the Department of Veterans Affairs said in a new report today that there was no proof that delays in care at the VA facility in Phoenix led to the death of as many as 40 veterans.

As Cease-Fire Takes Hold, Big Question In Gaza Becomes What’s Next

As Cease-Fire Takes Hold, Big Question In Gaza Becomes What’s NextPalestinians, Israelis and the world started looking toward the future and began asking a tough question: What's next?

China Warns U.S. Over Surveillance Flights

China Warns U.S. Over Surveillance FlightsBeijing has rejected U.S. claims that one of its fighter jets acted recklessly in intercepting a U.S. Navy maritime patrol plane in the South China Sea last week, warning Washington to curtail or discontinue "close surveillance" flights near Chinese territory.

Ukrainian President Says Russian Troops Have Entered His Country

Ukrainian President Says Russian Troops Have Entered His CountryUkrainian President Petro Poroshenko says Russian troops entered his country on Thursday.

Reports: Hamas Says It Has Reached Cease-Fire Deal With Israel

Reports: Hamas Says It Has Reached Cease-Fire Deal With IsraelAfter seven weeks of intense fighting that's killed more than 2,000, Hamas says it is prepared to announce a "long-term" cease-fire deal with Israel.

Reports: U.S. Authorizes Surveillance Flights Over Syria

Reports: U.S. Authorizes Surveillance Flights Over SyriaPresident Obama has authorized surveillance flights over Syria, The Associated Press and The New York Times are reporting this morning, citing unnamed U.S. officials.

Leaders Of Russia, Ukraine Meet To Discuss Conflict

Leaders Of Russia, Ukraine Meet To Discuss ConflictRussian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko were meeting Tuesday for talks many hope will lead to peace between Kiev and separatists in the eastern part of the country.

Burger King To Buy Canada’s Tim Hortons For $11 Billion

Burger King To Buy Canada’s Tim Hortons For $11 BillionIn a deal that would create the third-largest fast-food chain, Burger King announced on Tuesday that it intended to buy Canada's Tim Hortons for about $11 billion.

Rival Leaders, Rival Governments In Libya As Crisis Deepens

Rival Leaders, Rival Governments In Libya As Crisis DeepensLibya's political crisis deepened today when the outgoing Parliament picked a new Islamist-backed government, leaving the country with two rival Parliaments and leaders, each with their own armed supporters.

At Michael Brown’s Funeral, A Call For A Day Of Reckoning

At Michael Brown’s Funeral, A Call For A Day Of ReckoningAfter two weeks of sometimes violent protests, the family of Michael Brown finally took some time to mourn on Monday.