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Israel said it takes precautions to avoid killing civilians, but has also accepted as inevitable that there will be large numbers of civilian casualties when it strikes at certain targets.
After David Perdue’s victory in the Republican primary, he will face off against the Democrat Michelle Nunn in what many in both parties see as a race crucial to gaining a majority in the Senate.
Five men set world records in three relay events last weekend because, according to USA Track & Field, they were the first team of nonagenarians to compete in a relay at an official meet.
Mayor Bill de Blasio was treated to a rock star’s reception in Sant’Agata de’ Goti, the birthplace of his maternal grandfather, where he was awarded honorary citizenship.
Three teenagers have been arrested in killings that the police said were staggering in their brutality.
The F.B.I. is investigating how con artists received detailed information about migrant children being housed at military bases to lure relatives into paying hefty sums to reunite their families.
Several changes, including a decision by the N.C.A.A. not to ask student-athletes to sign statements allowing promotional use of their likenesses, are happening at a time of growing unrest over the amateur model of college sports.
In an eerie parallel to a botched execution in Oklahoma in April, Joseph R. Wood III repeatedly gasped for one hour and 40 minutes on Wednesday before dying, according to witnesses.
When the bronze plaques of Greg Maddux and Tony La Russa are unveiled at the annual induction ceremonies at the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday in Cooperstown, their caps will have no logos.
Nearly six years since the panic after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the S.E.C.’s new rules are intended to prevent investors from dumping their shares in funds during times of stress.
Mayor Bill de Blasio quickly ordered aides to reach out to community leaders and the family of Eric Garner, who died in police custody, limiting the mayor’s exposure to direct criticism.
Secretary of State John Kerry is trying to obtain a cease-fire, after 16 days of fighting that has killed nearly 700 Palestinians, 32 Israeli soldiers and three Israeli civilians.
The new rules lay out a speedier timetable than initially expected to phase out old cars in response to a spate of derailments and spills involving oil trains in the last year.
Officials said the terrorist bombs in the northern city of Kaduna were intended for Muhammadu Buhari, a leading politician, and Sheik Dahiru Bauchi, a cleric.
When he became president, President Obama vowed to shield his daughters from the public and press. Now, he can’t stop talking about them.
Hundreds of observers in Afghanistan are working to separate fraud from fact in last month’s presidential runoff. But the process has only yielded new disputes and confusion.
Bars and nightclubs have started hosting theatrical shows as a way of drumming up foot traffic during off-hours.
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