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August 1, 2018
News Brief: Facebook Removes Pages, Manafort Trial, 3D Printed Guns
Egypt Builds A New Capital City
Democrat Puts Up A Challenge In Longtime GOP Ohio District
'Game Of Thrones' Castle For Sale In Northern Ireland
Judge Temporarily Blocks Downloads Of 3D Printed Gun Blueprints
What's At Stake For Apple In China
What Pompeo Wants In Southeast Asia Visit
Summer Movies: 'Searching' And 'The Spy Who Dumped Me'
Opinion: Mike Pesca On The Quarterback As A Hero
Former Facebook Adviser On Fake Account Removal
At St. John Eye Hospital in Gaza, a Palestinian surgeon removes a woman's cataract using surgery equipment branded with a sticker that says, in Arabic, "From The American People." U.S. funding subsidizes these surgeries for Palestinians who could not otherwise afford them, but funding cuts means subsidies will not continue, hospital administrators say.
U.S. Palestinian Aid Cuts Hit Programs Providing Food And Health For Gaza's Poorest
Jane Mayer On Trump Vs. Koch
Alex Trebek Suggests Retirement
Vest Vending Machine Racks Up Sales
U.S. Marks Return Of Remains Of U.S. Soldiers Who Died In Korean War
Northern Californians Frustrated By Lack Of Information On Fire
Principal Of LeBron James' I Promise School Talks About Mission
With Jury Picked, Manafort Trial Enters Its 2nd Day
A study shows that ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber contribute to traffic congestion.
Gene J. Puskar/AP
Gene J. Puskar/AP
Ride-Hailing Services Add To Traffic Congestion, Study Says
Trump Administration Clears The Way For Short-Term Health Policies
Unrest Breaks Out In Harare
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