Butler County Times Gazette
Updated at 7:52 AM

BRUSSELS (AP) " The European Union has criticized Turkey for a series of flaws in its respect for human rights and democratic standards.

Updated at 7:40 AM

JERUSALEM (AP) " The Israeli military says soldiers and police have arrested 24 suspected Hamas operatives in the northern West Bank town of Qalqilya.

Updated at 7:29 AM

CAIRO (AP) " Egyptian antiquities officials on Monday scoffed at claims by Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson that Egypt's ancient pyramids were not built as pharaonic tombs but used to store grain.

Updated at 7:28 AM

LAS VEGAS (AP) " One has an overwhelming lead. Another has a professional poker pedigree. And the third considered saving his $10,000 entry fee after he was laid off from his California tech job.

Updated at 7:28 AM

WASHINGTON (AP) " House Speaker Paul Ryan promises a big, bold agenda and says lawmakers won't shy from difficult choices. But several recent votes demonstrate Congress' continuing penchant for small ball and timidity " and the tendency of lawmakers...

Updated at 7:26 AM

WASHINGTON (AP) " For some Republican presidential candidates, the party's first three primary debates have been pivotal proving grounds that have strengthened their campaigns or shaken their supporters.

Updated at 7:26 AM

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) " A worker in the state oil and gas regulatory agency lodged a whistleblower's complaint over being ordered to prepare a state map of the oil and gas potential, history and geology of California Gov. Jerry Brown's family ranch,...

Updated at 7:24 AM

WASHINGTON (AP) " Six years ago, the Obama administration set the ambitious goal of ending veteran homelessness in 2015 and ending the backlog in disability claims.

Updated at 7:10 AM

CAIRO (AP) " Egyptian media have reacted with fury as Britain and the United States increasingly point to a bomb as the cause of the Oct. 31 Russian plane crash in Sinai, with many outlets hammering home the same message: Egypt is facing a Western...

Updated at 6:42 AM

NEW ORLEANS (AP) " President Barack Obama's plan to protect from deportation an estimated 5 million people living in the United States illegally suffered another setback Monday in a ruling from a New Orleans-based federal appeals court.

Updated at 6:38 AM

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) " When cotton balls were found scattered outside the black culture center at the University of Missouri's flagship campus in 2010 in a clear reference to slavery, two white students were arrested and expelled, with no larger...

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