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As Sanctions Pile Up, Russians' Alarm Grows Over Putin Tactics
New York Times
Critics are saying that President Vladimir V. Putin overreached by suggesting that Russia could thrive without the West. Credit Pool photo by Mikhail Klimentyev. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main ...
Ukraine conflict: US and EU widen sanctions on RussiaBBC News
As EU, US unveil biting new sanctions, Russia ready to soldier onChristian Science Monitor
Obama joins EU in announcing expanded economic sanctions against RussiaFox News
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Pauley Pavilion: Workers use squeegees on flood waters at UCLA
Los Angeles Times
Pauley Pavilion was flooded after a water main broke near the UCLA campus on Tuesday. Pauley Pavilion was flooded after a water main broke near the UCLA campus on Tuesday. (Zach Helfand / Los Angeles Times). By Zach Helfand, Chris Foster contact ...
Los Angeles water main break floods Sunset Boulevard, UCLA campusCNN
Water main break floods UCLA campusUSA TODAY
Pipe flooding UCLA will continue flooding for hours, say officialsChristian Science Monitor
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CBS News

Hamas presents list of demands for a cease-fire
CBS News
JERUSALEM - Hamas rulers have presented a list of demands to stop their fire on Israel in the Gaza war. Israel has said it doesn't want to reward Hamas for its rocket campaign, but has other reasons to oppose the demands - mostly based on security.
As the War in Gaza Grows, Only Ruins May Be LeftTIME
Israel Steps Up Airstrikes in Gaza as International Cease-Fire Efforts StumbleNew York Times
21 Palestinians killed as Israel pounds Gaza on WednesdayReuters India
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Last US crew member of Hiroshima bomber dies - reports
Reuters India
(Reuters) - Theodore "Dutch" Van Kirk, the last surviving member of the Enola Gay plane that dropped the atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945, has died at a retirement home in Georgia at age 93, media reports said. Van Kirk was ...
Theodore Van Kirk, last Enola Gay crew member, dead at
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Last crewman of US plane that dropped first atomic bomb is dead at 93CNN
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House GOP Plan on Migrants Falls Short of Obama's Goal
New York Times
WASHINGTON — House Republicans on Tuesday unveiled their plan to stem the surge of unauthorized child migrants from Central America at the southern border, proposing to spend $659 million — well short of the $3.7 billion President Obama seeks — to ...
Inside the Beltway: Immigration rage festers on all sidesWashington Times
Obama taunts Republicans with Exec. Orders and impeachment talkDigiNews
How the Tea Party Started Impeachment Talk and Democrats Co-Opted ItNEWS.GNOM.ES
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National Post

Leading Sierra Leone doctor battling outbreak dies of Ebola
Los Angeles Times
Medical personnel work at a clinic where Ebola patients are cared for on the outskirts of Kenema, Sierra Leone. A leading Sierra Leone doctor died of the disease July 29. Medical personnel work at a clinic where Ebola patients are cared for on the outskirts of ...
Ebola outbreak: Asky bans flights in West AfricaBBC News
Ebola crisis: 'There's a lot of blood'
Ebola test on 'feverish' man who flew into Britain from West Africa as doctors put ...Daily Mail
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New York Times

World Cup Gave Twitter a Big Burst in Traffic
New York Times
Outside Twitter's San Francisco headquarters on Tuesday. The company said that on average it had 271 million active users a month at the end of June, a 24 percent increase from the same time last year. Credit Justin Sullivan/Getty Images. Continue reading ...
World Cup score jolts Twitter stock, provides possible path for the futureSan Jose Mercury News
Twitter results surprise analysts; stock flies highDallas Morning News
Twitter shares jump on user and revenue growth, although it's still not turning a ...Washington Post (blog)
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Understanding college sports a little better (working title)
Purdue Exponent
Imagine running down field, 20 ... maybe 30 yards, at full speed before colliding with a guy who is nearly 300 pounds. For alumnus Brent Botts, a defensive tackle for the football team from 1996 to 1999, those brutal kick-off drills, along with activities in practice, ...
NCAA concussion settlement criticized for what it lacksUSA TODAY
NCAA Deal Revamps Head-Injury CareNew York Times
How will new NCAA head injury guidelines affect college athletes?NET Website
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Times of India

Four charged with murder in death of Chinese student in US
Times of India
LOS ANGELES: Four US teens were charged on Tuesday with murder in the fatal beating of a Chinese graduate student with a baseball bat and wrench as he walked to his apartment. Two of the suspects, ages 16 and 17, were juveniles charged as adults in ...
Parents of slain USC student urge security
Four California teens charged in murder of China graduate studentReuters

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Toronto Star

Cobb, Zobrist lead Rays to victory against Brewers
ST. PETERSBURG — The Tampa Bay Rays torrid rise up the major league standings continued Tuesday with a 5-1 win over the Milwaukee Brewers before an announced crowd of 16,249 at Tropicana Field. Alex Cobb earned his seventh win of the season, ...
Tampa Rays GM Taking Offers on David Price and Will Pull Trigger on Trade ...Sports Media 101

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