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Today we're following the truce in the Gaza war, a huge Internet outage for Time Warner customers, and a 13-year-old who knows a thing or two about back-to-school fashion.
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Relief for now. The war in Gaza has finally ended after Israel and Hamas finally agreed to a long-term ceasefire after 50 days of what's been described as the deadliest violence in a decade. But for Israel, clashes have not entirely ceased, as a new conflict has sprung up along the Syrian border, where Syrian rebels took control of a frontier crossing in the Golan Heights.
Apparently, it doesn't matter to the voters of Florida whether Charlie Crist is an Independent, a Republican, or Democrat -- they just want to see him back in office. Crist beat out former state Senator Nan Rich in Florida's Democratic primary on Tuesday and earned the party's nomination to challenge Republican Governor Rick Scott in the gubernatorial race come November. "Floridians are smart and fortunately we know each other," Crist said after he was declared the primary winner. But does he have the momentum to overcome the non-stop pummeling put forth by Scott's attack ads that have been deriding his character since he announced his campaign? Only time will tell.
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