04/28/2014 1:31amLawyers: Egypt judge sentences to death 683 in mass trial, including Muslim Brotherhood leader.
04/28/2014 1:40amThe two children stood on the beach, torn between land and sea.
04/28/2014 1:40amThe two children stood on the beach, at the end of the only world they knew, torn between land and sea.
04/28/2014 6:00amTwo bombings have killed three soldiers and as many seminary students in Pakistan, officials said Monday.
04/28/2014 12:41pmBlast barrier walls topped with barbed wire snake across the Iraqi capital, encircling government buildings like a fortress and enshrining the separation of neighborhoods increasingly divided by religious sect. Soldiers and policemen brandishing assault rifles and machine guns man checkpoints, partially hidden behind sandbags or staring down from the roofs of Humvees.
04/28/2014 2:51pmLost in the flurry of activity in the final days of the Legislature last week is the fact that lawmakers killed a number of bills in the 2014 session that would have generated controversy had they reached Gov. Jan Brewer's desk. They included legislation on federal education standards and animal rights, and a bill reminiscent of the national outrage over a measure that would have allowed businesses to discriminate against gays based on religious beliefs.
04/28/2014 3:52pmSome clergy members are filing a novel lawsuit challenging North Carolina's constitutional ban on gay marriage, saying it violates their religious freedom.
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