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Hamas chose hard-liner Abdel Aziz Rantisi as its leader in the Gaza Strip, the Palestinian militant group announced one day after Israel assassinated its spiritual leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin in a missile strike.
People on certain popular antidepressants should be monitored for signs of suicidal thoughts, the government warned Monday as it asked pharmaceutical companies to highlight a suicide warning on the labels of ten drugs.
Hamas founder and spiritual leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin was killed in an Israeli helicopter missile strike outside a Gaza City mosque Monday, prompting threats of revenge by Palestinian militants.
President Bush, in a speech marking the first anniversary of the start of the Iraq war Friday, tied the effort to rebuild the war-torn nation into the overall endeavor to combat terrorism.
Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian and his vice president were shot and slightly wounded Friday as they rode in an open vehicle while campaigning a day before a presidential election.
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the week's news, including the controversy over the Medicare bill and the one year anniversary of the Iraq war.
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A defiant Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia refused a request Thursday to remove himself from a case involving his friend, Vice President Dick Cheney, dismissing suggestions of a conflict of interest.
The White House Wednesday endorsed Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson's call for a probe into whether Medicare's chief actuary was pressured to suppress his cost estimates of the 2003 Medicare bill.
A Las Vegas gambler's quick thinking led to the apprehension of Ohio sniper suspect Charles McCoy Jr., 28, early Wednesday morning.
Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry, facing only token opposition, swept the Illinois primary Tuesday, securing more than enough delegates to officially garner the Democratic nomination for president.
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