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Netanyahu says Israel will never withdraw from Golan Heights
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Netanyahu says Israel will never withdraw from Golan Heights

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday his country will never withdraw from the Golan Heights and the strategic plateau bordering Syria will forever stay in Israeli hands. In a ceremonial Cabinet meeting in the Golan marking ...
The Citadel considers exception to allow Muslim hijab
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The Citadel considers exception to allow Muslim hijab

The Citadel, South Carolina’s state military college in Charleston, is considering a request from a new student that the school’s longstanding uniform requirements be tweaked to allow her to wear a traditional Muslim headscarf.
Clinton campaign and Democratic party sue Arizona over voting rights
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Clinton campaign and Democratic party sue Arizona over voting rights

Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the Democratic party will file a joint lawsuit on Friday to demand greater access to the polls in Arizona, where voters were left waiting as long as five hours to cast their ballot in last month’s primary.
Bernie and Hillary turn Brooklyn debate into slugfest
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Bernie and Hillary turn Brooklyn debate into slugfest

The bitter struggle between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders for the Democratic presidential nomination erupted into fractious and at times personal attacks on Thursday night as the simmering animosities between the two candidates burst onto a Brooklyn stage...
More corporations come out in support of men in women's restrooms
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More corporations come out in support of men in women's restrooms

Top executives at 60 major corporations, including Hilton Worldwide, T-Mobile and Williams-Sonoma, urged Tennessee lawmakers Wednesday to reject controversial legislation requiring students at public schools and colleges to use restrooms and locker rooms match...
Texas A&M plans to allow guns in classrooms, dorms
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Texas A&M plans to allow guns in classrooms, dorms

The Texas A&M University System proposed rules Wednesday that would let students, employees and others with handgun licenses carry concealed weapons into classrooms and residence halls, with some exceptions, starting Aug. 1, when a contentious Texas law takes ...