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Smoke from an Israeli offensive is seen as people gather at a cemetery during the funeral for members of the al-Kelani family in Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip, on July 22, 2014.

Egypt's Good News in Gaza Likely Short-Lived

The roadblocks: Chilly closed-door relations with the U.S., and neither Israel nor Hamas has accomplished its mission.


Job Training Aims to Tackle Skills Gap

An aging manufacturing workforce is increasingly leaving businesses at a loss for young talent. 

Middle Markets: Bullish 2014 Outlook

Firms also report robust stronger second quarter growth and plan to increase hiring within the year.

Perdue Wins Georgia Runoff and Faces Nunn

Perdue to shift from primary to general election against big family name in the Peach State.

Rubio Goes Whole Hog for Ernst

He not only paid for TV, he doled out for polling and robocalls, too.

NHL Releases Sustainability Report

A first-ever report from the National Hockey League assesses its carbon footprint.

Long-Term Job Trends Paint Gloomier Picture

Despite improved employment data, the falling participation rates of men, women and teens underscore continued strain.

U.S. Spent $3 Million on an Unused Facility

Watchdog suggests finding investors before building facilities.

Snakes on the 'Glades

In the past decade, giant serpents have slithered into the Everglades in large numbers and wreaked unbelievable havoc.