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July 31st
The soldiers were killed a day before a cease-fire between Israel and Gaza was set to begin, offering a lull in the fighting that has raged for weeks.
July 31st
Meriam Ibrahim was welcomed by the large Sudanese community of Manchester, New Hampshire, after her harrowing journey from prison.
July 31st
Jets must fly higher than 30,000 feet over Iraq, according to new rules issued as fighting rages in the country.
July 31st
"I blacked out, I don't remember hitting the first platform or hitting the water. All I remember was popping up and I was in shock and panicking," Taylor Jo Roberts.
July 31st
The search entered into its seventh day Thursday with no signs of Jennifer Huston, a mother of two who left to run errands and never returned.
July 31st
Eric Holder said Thursday that prisoners have a right to know the composition and sources of the death penalty drugs to be administered.
July 31st
Congress proved able to address at least some of the nation’s most urgent problems before leaving town on Thursday.
July 31st
Amber Brantly said she and her two children are physically fine and had left Liberia before Dr. Kent Brantley was exposed.
July 31st
The fatalities included five firefighters and the search for survivors was being hampered by a power outage.
July 31st
The fatalities included five firefighters and the search for survivors was being hampered by a power outage.
July 31st
Two federal courts reached opposite conclusions on that issue last week.
July 31st
The day before September 11, 2001, Bill Clinton was in Australia saying he had a chance to take the former al-Qaeda leader out — but passed.
July 31st
The handheld gaming console that started it all, Game Boy, turned 25 years old Thursday, as difficult as that may be to believe.
July 31st
The dramatic working relationship of top House Republicans John Boehner and Eric Cantor ends as Cantor steps down after a shocking election defeat.
July 31st
CIA Director John Brennan has privately apologized to Senate intelligence committee leaders now that the spy agency's inspector general has found that its employees did act improperly when searching Senate computers earlier this year.

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