Thursday, July 24, 2014 7:14:17 PM CST
UPDATE 8-At least 15 killed by shelling of Gaza school; toll exceeds 760
(Updates headline). * Women, children, U.N. staff killed - Ban. * Israel says it is investigating the school deaths. * American, European flights expected back in Tel Aviv. * Hamas sticks to demand embargo on enclave be lifted (Updates headline). By Nidal ...
Gaza conflict: At least 15 dead in Israeli shelling of Gaza school, UN condemns ...
Israel holding unknown number of Palestinians captured in Gaza Strip
Cease-fire Brokers Grapple With How to Rebuild Gaza
Thursday, July 24, 2014 7:12:28 PM CST
Wreckage of Air Algerie plane found in Mali
Corrections and clarifications: An earlier version of this story and headline misstated the status of an American ticketholder. The American was on the flight manifest but did not board the plane. An Air Algerie jetliner with 116 people aboard crashed Thursday ...
UPDATE 8-Wreckage of Air Algerie plane carrying 116 people found in Mali
Air Algerie plane wreckage found in northern Mali desert
Algerian Plane Wreckage Found in Mali
Thursday, July 24, 2014 7:21:54 PM CST
New York Daily News
As Arizona inmate gasped in execution chamber, legal drama unfolded
Los Angeles Times
Joseph Rudolph Wood III was put to death at the Arizona state prison in Florence. Joseph Rudolph Wood III was put to death at the Arizona state prison in Florence. (Associated Press). By Matt Pearce contact the reporter · NationJustice SystemTrials and ...
Execution offers evidence against lethal injection
Botched execution brings use of firing squads into the discussion
Arizona prison chief says execution wasn't botched
Thursday, July 24, 2014 7:21:33 PM CST
One dead, two injured in shooting on Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital campus in the ...
A psychiatric patient shot and killed a case worker and wounded a doctor at a wellness center in the Philadelphia suburbs on Thursday, officials said. Investigators believe the suspect was then shot several times by the doctor in a room at the Sister Marie ...
Prosecutor: Doctor fires back at hospital gunman
Police ID caseworker killed on campus of Delaware County hospital
Doctor Fires Back at Gunman in Pennsylvania Hospital Attack
Thursday, July 24, 2014 4:14:35 PM CST
Obama considers allowing Honduran children into country
The White House confirmed Thursday that it is considering allowing children from Honduras into the United States without making the journey through Mexico. The proposal calls for the government to screen thousands of children in Honduras to determine if ...
Thursday, July 24, 2014 7:27:56 PM CST
Plagiarism scandal overshadows Sen. John Walsh's moment to shine
This was supposed to be Sen. John Walsh's big week on Capitol Hill, leading the charge on a tax-break bill for manufacturing companies aimed at bringing jobs back to the United States. It would be the first major bill for the Montana Democrat, who was ...
Montana governor urges respect for senator after plagiarism report
Army War College to conduct review of Sen. Walsh's paper
Army War College Starts Plagiarism Inquiry of Senator John Walsh's Thesis
Thursday, July 24, 2014 10:21:27 AM CST
Obama urges Congress to tackle tax loopholes
Last Updated Jul 24, 2014 4:45 PM EDT. Most of President Obama's West Coast fundraising trip has been spent raising money behind closed doors, but appeared publicly to the Los Angeles Technical College Thursday to push Congress to close loopholes ...
Obama makes surprise visit to Canter's Deli
Thursday, July 24, 2014 7:50:32 PM CST
Two die after tornado strikes campground near Cape Charles in Virginia
Authorities said two people were killed and 24 more were injured in an apparent tornado that touched down Thursday morning at a campground near Cape Charles, Va. July 24, 2014 Storm clouds approach Portsmouth, Va., on Thursday morning as severe ...
Tornado wrecks Virginia campground - 2 killed
Two killed, dozens injured in Eastern Shore tornado
Tornado kills two at Virginia campground
Thursday, July 24, 2014 4:34:46 PM CST
Reporter among 3 Americans believed held by Iran
WASHINGTON (AP) — Three Americans, including a reporter for The Washington Post, appear to have been detained in Iran, the newspaper said Thursday. The other two Americans, who have not yet been identified, work as freelance photojournalists.
Four journalists, including three US citizens, detained in Iran
Thursday, July 24, 2014 7:41:21 PM CST
New York Daily News
Lenient two-game ban for Ravens RB Ray Rice is a Roger Goodell failure
New York Daily News
Ray Rice of New Rochelle, Rutgers and the Baltimore Ravens, was considered a model citizen until video caught him dragging his unconscious fiancée — now his wife — out of an Atlantic City hotel elevator in February after he allegedly slugged her.
Ravens' Rice Draws 2-Game Suspension From Goodell
Roger Goodell to Ray Rice: 'We cannot tolerate conduct that endangers others'
Ray Rice receives pathetic two week suspension for allegedly knocking wife out