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Warships Move In Key Strait As Airstrikes Widen In Yemen By
At least 24 civilians were killed in Friday's strikes, bringing the toll from two days to 45 civilians, the Houthi-run Interior Ministry said. The Houthis' TV station showed footage from a market in Saada it said was struck by missiles,
Iran Focused On Nuclear Deal Despite Yemen Crisis By
Yemen is "the hot issue of the day" and has come up at the talks but "it doesn't mean that we negotiated about it," Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran's foreign minister told reporters.
Obama: Dim Hope For End To Israeli-Palestinian Conflict By
"Netanyahu, in the election run-up, stated that a Palestinian state would not occur while he was prime minister," Obama said. "And I took him at his word that that's what he meant.
Slavery Taints Global Supply Of Seafood By
"If Americans and Europeans are eating this fish, they should remember us. There must be a mountain of bones under the sea," he said. "The bones of the people could be an island, it's that many."
Canada To Conduct Airstrikes Against ISIS In Syria By
Canada will be the first NATO country, other than the United States, to conduct airstrikes in Syria. Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates have also done so.
Utah Brings Back The Firing Squad By
Opponents of the measure say firing squads are barbaric, with the American Civil Liberties Union of Utah saying the bill makes the state "look backward and backwoods."
Tea Party Darling Ted Cruz First Major Candidate To Announce 2016 Bid For Presidency By
"He's awfully good at making promises that he knows the GOP can't keep and pushing for unachievable goals, but he seems very popular with right wing."
NAACP: Investigate Sen. Michael Willette For Racist Obama Posts By
The NAACP says Willette should be temporarily removed as chairman of the State and Local Government Committee.
FBI Investigating Hanging Death Of Black Man In Mississippi By
The investigation involves the FBI, the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division and the United States Attorney's office. The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation is also involved.
Russian Official: Iran Talks Close To Deal By
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, center, walks outside the hotel during a break during a bilateral meeting with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry  for a new round of Nuclear Talks, in Lausanne, Switzerland, Friday, March 20, 2015. LAUSANNE, Switzerland