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Israel activates 16,000 reservists, vows to destroy Hamas tunnels

Israel activates 16,000 reservists, vows to destroy Hamas tunnels

Israel will call up another 16,000 reservists to aid military efforts in Gaza, despite international calls for an immediate cease-fire.
Matt Bradwell

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UPI Almanac for Thursday, July 31, 2014

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'Big Bang Theory' production delayed twice over cast pay

'Big Bang Theory' production delayed twice over cast pay

Five original cast members of "The Big Bang Theory" are without contracts, pushing back production on Season 8.
Danielle Haynes
Argentinean soccer star's father kidnapped, released

Argentinean soccer star's father kidnapped, released

The father of Juventus soccer player Carlos Tevez was kidnapped and released in Argentina.
Danielle Haynes
'Die Hard' actor James Shigeta dies at 81

'Die Hard' actor James Shigeta dies at 81

"Die Hard" and "Midway" actor James Shigeta died at age 81.
Danielle Haynes
Kim Kardashian, Brandon Jenner once kissed

Kim Kardashian, Brandon Jenner once kissed

Kim Kardashian kissed her step-brother, Brandon Jenner, as part of a game of truth or dare.
Danielle Haynes
Man accused of raping teen at Keith Urban concert

Man accused of raping teen at Keith Urban concert

Man arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting 17-year-old girl in front of crowd at Keith Urban concert.
Danielle Haynes
GOP legislators urge public to "fire" Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid

GOP legislators urge public to "fire" Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid

Republican lawmakers on Tuesday urged Americans to vote Republican in the upcoming midterm elections with the goal being to take control of the Senate and oust Harry Reid as the Senate majority leader.
Michael Smith, Medill News Service
Federal contract workers protest for seat at the table

Federal contract workers protest for seat at the table

Low-wage federal contract workers call on President Obama for more than just a minimum wage increase. They want a way to organize and do their own bargaining.
Caroline Cataldo, Medill News Service
Talk of impeachment spurs Democratic donors

Talk of impeachment spurs Democratic donors

Democratic donations have surged after talk of impeaching President Obama, but GOP leaders insist it won't ever come to that.
Curtis Sprung, Medill News Service
Amazon tribal leader seeks police protection following death threats

Amazon tribal leader seeks police protection following death threats

Davi Kopenawa, a prominent leader of the Amazon's Yanomami tribe, fears for his life and has requested police protection.
JC Finley
House votes to sue president over Obamacare delays

House votes to sue president over Obamacare delays

The House approved a resolution Wednesday to sue President Obama over delays in implementing the Affordable Care Act's employer mandate.
Gabrielle Levy
Deep-sea octopus guards eggs longer than any other animal

Deep-sea octopus guards eggs longer than any other animal

Scientists have discovered a deep-sea octopus that sits atop her eggs for 4.5 years -- a record among all animals.
Brooks Hays
Bill Clinton's speaking fees may constitute bribes to Hillary's State Department

Bill Clinton's speaking fees may constitute bribes to Hillary's State Department

Bill Clinton accepted millions in speaking fees from foreign countries and corporations interested in influencing the US while Hillary was secretary of state.
JC Sevcik

Fired security guard charged with robbing Atlantic City casino

Three of the five people charged with robbing an Atlantic City, N.J., casino worked at casinos, including a security guard who had been fired by the target.
Frances Burns
Liberia shutters schools in response to Ebola outbreak

Liberia shutters schools in response to Ebola outbreak

Liberia announced Wednesday it will close all schools and place non-essential government employees on mandatory leave to stem the spread of the Ebola virus.
JC Finley
Bruce Willis stars in 'The Prince' trailer

Bruce Willis stars in 'The Prince' trailer

An assassin (Jason Patric) teams up with his friend (John Cusack) after his enemy, Omar (Bruce Willis), kidnaps his daughter (Gia Mantegna) in "The Prince."
Aileen Graef
The moon is (kind of) flat, and scientists know why

The moon is (kind of) flat, and scientists know why

Researchers at the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) say that tidal forces early in the moon's formational history account for its odd appearance.
Brooks Hays
Minnesota police officer shot dead during traffic stop

Minnesota police officer shot dead during traffic stop

An officer in an affluent Minnesota suburb was shot and killed during a traffic stop Wednesday afternoon.
Frances Burns
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