Wednesday’s Top 3 News Stories
Israeli airstrikes have damaged water and sewage infrastructure in the Gaza Strip, and humanitarians are worried that the are will be “desperately” short of clean water. Jacques de Maio, head of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Israel and the occupied territories, “Water is becoming contaminated and sewage is overflowing, bringing a serious risk of disease.” Meanwhile, Hilary Clinton is giving no hints to a 2016 run for the White House. The former secretary of state laughed it up on “The Daily Show” on Tuesday, but didn’t take the bait when host Jon Stewart asked about whether she’s eyeing the White House in a couple of years. And Donald Sterling could still own the Clippers next season. As Donald Sterling and wife Shelly duke it out in court over selling the basketball team, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver admitted Tuesday that the embattled billionaire could still be its owner.
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