10 Things to Know for Aug. 22: Young people choosing crops over cubicles
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A Gaza security official says the 11 men had previously been sentenced by Gaza courts.
The first trucks cross the Ukrainian border, seemingly without Kiev's approval, after more than a week's delay amid suspicions the mission was being used as a cover for an invasion by Moscow.
The president may continue helping Iraqi forces to reverse the Islamic State's land grabs, but the extremist might also pull back into Syria and regroup.
The government urges people to wear black and observe a minute of silence to honor those who died when the Malaysia Airlines aircraft was shot down over Ukraine in July.
Proponents say the devices add a new level of accountability to law-enforcers' work. Still, there are drawbacks.
As new farms are popping up and the local food movement is spreading across the region, young people are choosing crops over cubicles.
The country's gas boom threatens to spew heat-trapping carbon dioxide as the world tries to curb emissions.
Many of them take refuge in booming call centers that cater to American consumers.
Despite its enduring place in pop culture, the sales of the dessert have tumbled 19 percent in the past four years and efforts to revitalize them have been a flop.
Athletic departments are opening taps in college football stadiums that traditionally have been alcohol-free zones.