Americans Fight for Israel as 'Lone Soldiers' in Gaza Strip
They come from other countries, but they fight for Israel. And sometimes die for it. They are known as lone soldiers — thousands of volunteers from around the world who join the Israeli Defense Forces, often in combat units, but have no family inside the ...
US-born IDF servicemen killed in Gaza among thousands of Israel's 'lone soldiers'
American Jews, Other 'Lone Soldiers' Serve Israel
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Kids Count Rankings Do Not Show 23% of US Children Living In Poverty
The annual Kids Count, from the Annie F. Casey Foundation, is out and many are reporting that it shows that 23% of American children are living in poverty. I'm afraid that this isn't quite true and the mistaken assumption depends on one little intricate detail of ...
Child poverty rates on the rise in U.S.
Life good for state's kids, but not as good as 2 years ago, report finds
Annual Kids Count Survey Report Released
Detroit Votes In Favor of Pension Cuts
It is a crucial step for the city of Detroit to come back from the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history. The city reported the results Monday, after two months of balloting that ended July 11. A judge still has to hold a trial to determine if Detroit's overall ...
Detroit retirees back pension cuts by a landslide
Detroit retirees back pension cuts
Detroit Pension Holders Approve City's Debt-Cutting Bankruptcy Plan
Here's what's trending: US aid to Gaza; man arrested in child's death; tropical ...
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There's no need to ever feel left out again at the water cooler conversation. Here's a rundown of the stories currently trending in the world, the country and your backyard. Yahoo. Money to Palestine: Secretary of State John Kerry says the United States will be ...
Tropical Outlook for Tuesday, July 22
Tropical depression moving westward in Atlantic
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Hillary Clinton dogged for refusing reporters' questions on book tour
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is facing new fire from the press over observations that she steadfastly refuses to take any questions from the media while touring for her new book, “Hard Choices.” Politico senior reporter Maggie Haberman said at a ...
Hillary Clinton visits Silicon Valley, holds Twitter Q&A
Hillary Clinton hauled in $12 million in 16 months after State Department
Smart statesman vs bed-hopping Bill