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Israeli soldiers began forcibly removing Israeli settlers from the Gaza Strip and the West Bank on Wednesday. An Israeli military general discusses the eviction process.
Chicago was once the U.S. murder capital, but recent efforts to increase police presence on the streets and the implementation of new technologies to target criminals have resulted in a sharp drop in crime.
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Supreme Court nominee John Roberts Jr.'s past thinking on issues such as abortion and school prayer became somewhat clearer when the National Archives released documents pertaining to Roberts' work as a young lawyer in the Reagan White House.
As Wednesday's midnight deadline approaches, Jewish settlers continue to evacuate from their homes in Gaza. Many of the Israelis protesting the pullout in the Gaza's largest settlement, Neveh Dekalim, are younger and more radical than older generations.
By PBS NewsHour
Hundreds of Israeli nationalists and protesters faced their own army and police as troops began distributing eviction notices as part of the Israeli government's planned withdrawal from the Gaza Strip.
The Israeli government began its planned withdrawal from the Gaza Strip Monday amid mass protests from defiant Jewish settlers. Two Midde East experts discuss the impact of the Gaza withdrawal on the Israelis and Palestinians who live there.
Iraqi lawmakers missed the Monday deadline to submit a new draft constitution, but parliament voted unanimously to extend the deadline by a week to Aug. 22. A New York Times reporter provides an update.
The Defense Department Friday received the backing of the Justice Department for its plan to close down a number of Air National Guard bases over the objections of Air Guard commanders and state officials.
Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Lakshman Kadirgamar was shot and killed early Saturday morning in the capital of Colombo, a murder that could strain already tense relations between the government and separatist rebels in the north.
The governing board of the U.N. nuclear watchdog voiced "serious concern" over Iran's resumption of nuclear activities this week, while leaving the door open for more negotiations.
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