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October 9, 2015

Ted Cruz Tries To Woo Rand Paul's Libertarian Base

Speaking at the Republican Liberty Caucus in New Hampshire on Friday, Ted Cruz pitched himself to libertarians — part of his strategy to poach Rand Paul supporters.

Violence Escalates After Week Of Israeli-Palestinian Tension

A week of tension between Israelis and Palestinians escalated after several deadly attacks by both sides. "We are in the midst of a wave of terror," Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said. "There is no magic solution."

Before Debating Bernie, Clinton Tells Voters: I Know How I’ll Pay For My Plans

"I will tell you how I will pay for it," Hillary Clinton told voters this week. "And you should ask that from everybody.” As Clinton and Sanders prepare to debate, she is talking more sharply about that question, which he's ready to answer. Both are proposing sweeping government programs, many of which carry pay-for proposals — even if they haven't seen much success in the past.

What's Going On Around The World Today

It’s still unclear who the next speaker of the U.S. House will be after top contender Kevin McCarthy dropped out. FIFA boss Sepp Blatter was suspended for 90 days. And the Nobel Peace Prize went to the National Dialogue Quartet of Tunisia for its role in building a democracy there.

Dating While Christian

To my urban, liberal friends, my faith is freakier than any sexuality. But it’s not so far off from my boyfriend’s warmly accepted Judaism.