HARTFORD, Conn. – Some U.S. colleges are pulling students from overseas study programs in Israel as the Gaza war rages, though the relative calm beyond the immediate battle areas is raising questions in some quarters about why they had to leave.
Militants have ‘apocalyptic’ vision
President passes on bucket challenge
Journalist’s killing forces ransom debate
Agency criticizes lack of notice to Congress
Medical missionary was treated with an experimental drug
DENVER – A Colorado convict sent back to prison after being mistakenly released 90 years early says it was cruel and unusual punishment to put him back behind bars after he reformed his life.
Unrest has subsided but state of emergency remains, governor says
Supreme Court ought to rule, state AG says
WASHINGTON – New research suggests a one-two punch could help battle polio in some of the world’s most remote and strife-torn regions
Gov. supports bill to provided $3 million
By paying ransoms, governments in the Mideast and Europe have become some of the biggest financiers of terror groups