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Hamas Vows Revenge For Fighters Killed In Air Attack

Hamas Vows Revenge For Fighters Killed In Air AttackThe Islamic militant group Hamas says it will avenge the deaths of seven militants who reportedly were killed as a result of Israeli air strikes in the Gaza Strip.

Ukrainian Forces Retake Key Rebel Stronghold In East

Ukrainian Forces Retake Key Rebel Stronghold In EastUkrainian troops have retaken the key stronghold of Slovyansk from pro-Russian forces in a sign that Kiev may be regaining control over the country's east, months after insurgents swept through the region establishing a self-proclaimed independent republic.

TSA Tightens Rules For Devices At Overseas Airports

TSA Tightens Rules For Devices At Overseas AirportsPeople flying to the U.S. on international flights might want to keep their phones charged: under a new policy, the devices might not be allowed on the plane if they can't power up.

Hurricane Arthur Is No Match For Man In Ocean With Facebook

Hurricane Arthur Is No Match For Man In Ocean With FacebookArthur may have been a Category 2 hurricane, but Richard Neal, of Mint Hill, N.C., stirred up an even bigger storm on social media Thursday by riding out a direct hit from inside an old U.S. Coast Guard Tower about 35 miles east of Wrightsville Beach.

U.S. Spying Allegations Chafe An Already Angry India

U.S. Spying Allegations Chafe An Already Angry IndiaMcCain's two-day visit was overshadowed by reports that the U.S. National Security Agency was granted permission in 2010 to spy on Modi's political party.

Weakened Arthur Heads Up U.S. East Coast

Weakened Arthur Heads Up U.S. East CoastHurricane Arthur weakened to a Category 1 storm on Independence day after hitting the coast of North Carolina.

Protesters Turn Back Buses Of Immigrant Detainees Near San Diego

Protesters Turn Back Buses Of Immigrant Detainees Near San DiegoA plan to move immigrant detainees to a Border Patrol facility north of San Diego has set off protests and counterprotests this week, as residents and activists argue over how to treat people caught entering the U.S. illegally.

Now A Hurricane, Arthur Steams Along Eastern Seaboard

Now A Hurricane, Arthur Steams Along Eastern SeaboardEvacuations are under way in parts of North Carolina, where Hurricane Arthur threatens to drench coastal areas today. The National Hurricane Center upgraded the storm to a hurricane early this morning.

Still Off Florida’s Coast, Tropical Storm Arthur Moves Northward

Still Off Florida’s Coast, Tropical Storm Arthur Moves NorthwardForecasters at the U.S. National Hurricane Center In Miami say Tropical Storm Arthur is gaining strength as it moves slowly northward.

Tim Howard Emerges As Hero In U.S. World Cup Loss

Tim Howard Emerges As Hero In U.S. World Cup LossAfter a wrenching loss to Belgium ended the U.S. team's World Cup run, fans are still touting the play of goalkeeper Tim Howard, Photoshopping his head onto U.S. currency and even (briefly) dubbing him Secretary of Defense on Wikipedia.