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Part of Jerusalem is seeing its worst flare-up in years. Here's a look at some of the key questions about the fighting.
The presents had been opened; the wrapping paper was stuffed in the trash bin. Watching his 2-year-old daughter Cadence playing with her brand new Christmas toys, Kerry Hoffman was suddenly struck by a thought:
James Lincoln Collier explains why he used the N-word in a title of a newspaper article in reference to President Obama.
Journalist Esther Honig sent an image of herself to countries around the world and challenged them to make her beautiful.
A female police officer comes to the rescue of a construction worker who found a snake lying on a toilet. WBRC has more.
Hundreds of people stormed Pacific Beach in San Diego, looking for cash hidden by millionaire Jason Buzi. KGTV reports.
Two planes almost collide at an airport in Barcelona. CNN's Kate Bolduan discusses with aviation expert Miles O'Brien.
Ari Shavit, senior correspondent for Ha'aretz, says escalation between Israel and Hamas may be imminent.
If your interest in the World Cup died with Team USA's dreams, do reconsider. Because, boy, will you be treated to some fancy footwork today.
With a population of 1.3 billion, you'd think that there would be 11 people in China who are good enough to put up a fight on the football pitch.
CNN's Arwa Damon takes a look at how women are being recruited and trained to fortify the defense of Baghdad.
Volkswagen ended Kombi production last year, but the spirit of adventure and resourcefulness that endowed the vehicles lives on in Uganda.
Two West Virginia transgender women claim that during their DMV visits they were called 'it' and asked to remove their makeup, hair and jewelry.
Hamas sources reported at least 30 Israeli airstrikes across Gaza. The escalation comes after a Palestinian teen was burned alive, in possible retaliation for the slaying of three Israeli teens.
Crossfire hosts Stephanie Cutter and Newt Gingrich debate the immigration influx with Ted Strickland and Bob Ehrlich.
In what has become a dire and politically explosive situation at the border that includes droves of unaccompanied young border-crossers, overcrowded holding facilities, angry protesters and finger-pointing politicians, Washington struggles to get the situation under control. Politicians, however, easily point fingers of blame.
President Obama needs to send U.S. marshals to Southern California. They can protect the Central American women and children whom the federal government has sent out West, with more due to arrive every 72 hours under an immigrant redistribution plan hatched by the Obama administration.