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  • Bahrain protesters, prince grapple over Formula 1 race [Video]

     
    As Formula 1 drivers practiced for a race in Bahrain on Friday, tens of thousands of protesters poured onto a highway to agitate against the event, heralded by the monarchy as a sign of unity in the island nation....
  • May Day protest at LAX ends 'as planned,' official says

     
    A protest that drew about 300 demonstrators to LAX wrapped up about 2:30 p.m. and airport officials say "everything is up and running again" as of late Tuesday afternoon. Despite chatter and cheers from protesters downtown who claimed that LAX......
  • Israel's Netanyahu calls early elections for September

     
    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed Sunday he is moving to dismantle what has been considered one of the more stable coalition governments in Israel’s history and calling for early elections in September....
  • Palestinians in Israeli jails begin third week of hunger strike

     
    Hundreds of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails on Tuesday entered their third week of a hunger strike to protest jail conditions and the practice of holding some suspects in administrative detention without charges or trial....
  • With no NFL lockout, defenses are back

    With no NFL lockout, defenses are back
    The NFL is a passing league. How many times have you heard that? And it's true. Passing games generate the majority of yards for NFL teams. But the spotlight on quarterbacks is not quite as bright this season as it was a year ago, when 10 of them...
  • Scientology did not violate forced labor law, appeals court rules

     
    Scientology did not violate a forced labor law by failing to pay for the work of two former members of the church’s Sea Organization, a wing that restricts participants’ outside communications, marriage and children, censors mail and...
  • South Africans outraged by police killing of 34 striking miners

     
    South African outrage after 34 platinum miners shot dead by police at Lonmin platinum mine: South African police officials Friday confirmed that 34 striking miners at the Lonmin platinum mine were killed when police opened fire Thursday, and 78 more...
  • Israeli airstrike kills suspected Palestinian militant in Gaza Strip

     
    A suspected Palestinian militant was killed and another seriously injured Sunday in an Israeli airstrike against a motorcycle they were riding in the Tel Sultan neighborhood of Rafah in southern Gaza Strip....
  • Syrian prime minister reportedly defects

     
    Syrian Prime Minister Riyad Farid Hijab was reported to have defected, delivering a stunning new blow to the embattled government of President Bashar Assad....
  • Bank of France head urges tougher labor regulations

     
    The head of the Bank of France has asked President Fran├žois Hollande to enact tougher labor regulations to deal with France's “serious” economic weakness....
  • Killing of Al Qaeda cleric Awlaki unconstitutional, suit charges

     
    A lawsuit filed Wednesday contends that the U.S. violated the constitutional rights of Al Qaeda cleric Anwar Awlaki and two other U.S. citizens when it killed them with drone strikes in Yemen last year....