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image _1 Hamas says Israel “opened the gates of hell” with its ferocious assault on Gaza.
Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Morsi was declared Egypt’s first Islamist president Sunday in a race that raised political tensions in Egypt to a fever pitch.
Author Joel Rosenberg looks at America’s economic and spiritual challenges through the lens of biblical prophecy.
A radical Islamist sect says a member blamed for a deadly Christmas Day church bombing in Nigeria is dead.
The head of Egypt’s election commission says official results from the disputed presidential runoff vote will be released Sunday.
The 15-year-old daughter of megachurch pastor Creflo Dollar told authorities her father choked and punched her, and hit her with his shoe during an argument.
Queen Elizabeth II was crowned on 2 June 1953 in London. C.
A deadly Tropical Depression Beryl brought rains to South Carolina Wednesday as it veered back toward the Atlantic ocean.
Veteran Indiana Republican Senator Richard Lugar, known for his bipartisan spirit and statesmanship, lost his primary race Tuesday to a strident Tea Party candidate after a bitterly contested campaign. In Lugar’s concession speech, he summarized his fears for a nation in which partisan groups at both ends of the spectrum are “dominating the political debate
A stand-off between China and the Philippines over territories rich in oil is threatening international relations.