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Border Patrol Ceases Flying Migrants To San Diego

Border Patrol Ceases Flying Migrants To San DiegoMigrants from Central America who enter the U.S. illegally in Texas will no longer be flown to San Diego for processing, the U.S. Border Patrol says. The practice came under fire last week, when opponents led protests against it in Murrieta, Calif.

HBO And ‘Game Of Thrones’ Haul In The Most Emmy Nominations

HBO And ‘Game Of Thrones’ Haul In The Most Emmy NominationsCable network HBO has received 99 nominations for the 2014 Emmy Awards, running its streak as the network with the most Emmy nods to 14 years. HBO's Game of Thrones got 19 nominations, one ahead of the FX miniseries Fargo.

Israel And Hamas Keep Up Attacks, Ignoring Calls For Peace

Israel And Hamas Keep Up Attacks, Ignoring Calls For PeaceThe number of Palestinians killed in Israel's aerial offensive that began this week has surpassed 100, according to health officials in Gaza.

Fly Like An Eagle: Site Picks The Best Aerial Drone Photos

Fly Like An Eagle: Site Picks The Best Aerial Drone PhotosDronestagram recently unveiled the winners in a contest held to find the best images captured by cameras mounted on aerial drones.

No Cease-Fire In Gaza, Netanyahu Says; U.N. Calls For Calm

No Cease-Fire In Gaza, Netanyahu Says; U.N. Calls For CalmThere are no plans to discuss a cease-fire with Hamas, says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who told Israeli lawmakers today, "It's not even on the agenda."

An Actor, A University And A Famous Name Lead To A Lawsuit

An Actor, A University And A Famous Name Lead To A LawsuitWhat do you think of when you hear the name Duke? That question is at the heart of a legal dispute between Duke University and the estate of John Wayne.

Argentina Ditch Dutch On The Way To World Cup Final

Argentina Ditch Dutch On The Way To World Cup FinalArgentina defeated the Netherlands 4-2 in penalty kicks to reach the final of the World Cup, where they will play Germany on Sunday.

Police Use Dog To Find Memory And Hard Drives In Search

Police Use Dog To Find Memory And Hard Drives In SearchPolice in Rhode Island have a secret weapon to fight child pornography: a 2-year-old Labrador named Thoreau, who's been trained to sniff out computer hard drives.

Israel Strikes Gaza, As Hamas Rockets Show Increased Range

Israel Strikes Gaza, As Hamas Rockets Show Increased RangeIn an exchange of Hamas rockets and Israeli air strikes, the Palestinian death toll in Gaza has risen to at least 28 this week. And in a notable step, rockets fired from Gaza are being aimed at Israel's main cities.

Brazil Reels From Thrashing That Bounced It From World Cup

Brazil Reels From Thrashing That Bounced It From World Cup"The worst game I saw in my life" is how one Brazilian fan describes it. Another says it's simply a tragedy. Some angry fans burned Brazil's flag in the street.