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The power station, the port, government buildings and private homes have all fallen prey to Operation Protective Edge.
A mural of the Beastie Boys has gone on display where the cover art for their album Paul’s Boutique was shot. Should the street be named after them too?
Anti-Jewish graffiti in Rome has little to do with Israel and Gaza, and everything to do with Europe’s ugly history of anti-Semitism.
Felicia Allen took the store to court, alleging she was terminated for trying to take unpaid time off to have her baby. But she signed away her rights to sue because of an agreement that says “Christians are not free to sue other Christians.”
It's International Tiger Day! To celebrate, here's three videos of people who might be a little too excited.
‘It felt like Faulkner and Melville but with grisly scenes of murder and atrocity that gave a contemporary and strangely authentic feel, as if McCarthy had actually been there.’
We need to a better job of explaining that women use birth control for much more than delaying or avoiding motherhood.
Sure, the whole deal almost fell apart and took weeks longer than expected, but Bernie Sanders and Jeff Miller have come up with a $17 billion bill—and it’s expected to pass this week.
As smart as 'Lucy' is about its Scarlett—an almost meta reflection on her seemingly infinite capabilities—it falls for the same xenophobic stereotypes that plague dumber films.
A month after the founding of the so-called Caliphate in Iraq and Syria, it’s richer, better armed, more durable—and dangerous—than ever before.
A CDC study found that only 23 percent of overweight kids know they’re at an unhealthy weight. Pediatricians need to step it up.
The shipping company faces $1.6 billion in drug trafficking charges Tuesday. A former courier— allegedly told to protect drug dealers—isn’t surprised.
The Tea Party favorite loves to needle Team Obama. But in an interview, Cruz also reveals a new kind of conservative foreign policy: American exceptionalism without the nation building.
The secretary of state has been furiously working on a Mideast ceasefire, but his ad hoc efforts were dealt another blow Monday when Israel rejected his latest peacemaking plan.
Lebanon’s Sunni extremists, inspired by the jihadists of Syria and Iraq, are preaching revolution against the dominance of Iranian-backed Hezbollah.
A circumcision tradition in the Ultra-Orthodox community is back in the spotlight after two babies contracted neonatal herpes, and Mayor De Blasio is doing nothing to stop it.
Rick Perry doesn’t want the new wave of undocumented children to be housed in Texas—and neither do protesters in Massachusetts or Rhode Island. Who’s behind the new demonstrations.
The former half-term governor has started her own subscription-based Internet TV network. If nothing else, it is should provide a lot of unintentional hilarity.
The tagline on Cards Against Humanity’s box is a lie. The game isn’t for horrible people. It’s designed to reassure you that you aren’t a horrible person.
Stephen A. Smith went nuts defending Ray Rice, warning of the dangers of women ‘provoking’ men. But this behavior is nothing new for the network’s commentators.