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72-Hour Cease-Fire Announced in Gaza Conflict as Talks Are Set
New York Times
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Gaza 72-hour humanitarian truce by Israel and Hamas begins
72-hour Gaza cease-fire takes effect
3-day humanitarian cease-fire set to begin in Gaza
Powerful Taiwan gas explosions kill 20, injure 270
Gas leaks triggered a series of powerful explosions in the southern Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung, killing at least 20 people and injuring up to 270, officials said Friday, warning that the toll is expected to rise. The explosions sparked a massive inferno that ...
Chemical stocks hit by Kaohsiung gas blasts
Taiwan gas blast rips street apart, kills 24
Gas explosions kill 22, injure 270 in Taiwan
Republicans deliver another self-inflicted wound
Republicans may yet win the elections in November. They may end up in control of both houses of Congress come January. But in the final week before a lengthy August recess, they have shown a remarkable capacity to complicate their path to victory.
House GOP in chaos on border bill vote
Veterans Affairs Bill Moves To White House - Northern Michigan's News Leader
House, Senate both fail to pass immigration legislation; Boehner calls Dems ...
CIA admits to spying on Senate intelligence committee
Christian Science Monitor
The Central Intelligence Agency improperly accessed Senate intelligence committee computers earlier this year, according to a summary of a CIA inspector general report describing the results of an internal investigation.
CIA director apologizes to lawmakers as probe finds officers read Senate emails
CIA improperly accessed Senate computers, agency finds
CIA Confirms Staff Inappropriately Accessed Senate Investigators' Computers ...
Executive: 'Didn't want anyone to know' of gifts to former Virginia governor
RICHMOND Va. (Reuters) - The businessman who, federal prosecutors say, gave gifts and loans to former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell and his wife said Thursday he kept the largesse secret because he knew he was giving bribes to help his ...
Star Scientific CEO Williams takes witness stand for second day
Williams connects dots on McDonnells, says he tried to hide loans
Jonnie Williams Sr. takes the witness stand