10 things to know for Tuesday, July 22: A call to fight, far from the lives they know
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The official says the IDF combatant went missing after a deadly battle over the weekend. Gaza was heavily bombarded through night and morning with several mosques also targeted.
The two Americans killed in fighting in the Gaza Strip followed in the footsteps of scores of others from around the world who leave behind often comfortable lives to join the Israel Defense Forces.
The bodies of those who perished in the Malaysia Airlines crash, many of them Dutch, are en route to the Netherlands for identification by families, having left an area under rebel control.
Ahead of midterm elections that could change Washington’s balance of power, the president sets out on a three-day, West Coast fundraising trip to include at least five events.
The step is crucial for the city to emerge from the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history.
Gov. Rick Perry says he’ll dispatch up to 1,000 members of the National Guard to help deal with an influx of immigrants from Central America.
One of three teens accused of fatally beating two homeless men in Albuquerque tells police that he and the two others have terrorized perhaps 50 transients in recent months.
More than half the states to hold primary elections so far have seen record-low turnouts, according to a survey.
More than 100 researchers from around the world collaborate in the biggest-ever genomic mapping of the illness, finding hard genetic evidence to bolster a theory connecting it to the immune system.
Britain’s Prince George is celebrating his birthday amid a media frenzy that involves glossy specials, a commemorative coin, and a new word — ”Georgeous”— to describe him.