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Israel may get 4 million COVID shots this month, start vaccinating — reports

Israel may get 4 million COVID shots this month, start vaccinating — reports

Health officials said preparing to inoculate 80,000 a day, weighing local approval without FDA; Health Ministry chief warns of new restrictions as infections rise   Israel… Read More ›

Iran says it has identified suspects in Fakhrizadeh assassination

Iran says it has identified suspects in Fakhrizadeh assassination

“As mentioned by the supreme leader, the most important thing is that our information wasn’t compromised,” said Ali Rabiei, spokesperson of the government of Iran.… Read More ›

Republicans on key panel ‘uneasy’ about F-35 sale to UAE — congressional aides

Republicans on key panel ‘uneasy’ about F-35 sale to UAE — congressional aides

After White House officials brief Senate Foreign Relations Committee on planned $23 billion arms deal, lawmakers gear up for long-shot vote to block it  … Read More ›

Jerusalem fears attacks on Israelis visiting UAE following Iran hit

Jerusalem fears attacks on Israelis visiting UAE following Iran hit

Security officials reportedly concerned that Israeli tourists could be targeted by terror attacks in Gulf, in response to killing of top nuclear scientist   Israeli… Read More ›

Netanyahu has paved way for new Jewish-Arab alliances

Netanyahu has paved way for new Jewish-Arab alliances

Opinion: The prime minister has long demonized Arab MKs, branding any alliances with them as treason; but his budding ties to Joint List’s Mansour Abbas,… Read More ›

PA says it conveyed to Biden administration interest in return to peace talks

PA says it conveyed to Biden administration interest in return to peace talks

Palestinian Authority Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki says Ramallah is in indirect contact with incoming Biden team, expresses cautious optimism about US president-elect   Palestinian Authority… Read More ›

Millions Stick To Thanksgiving Travel Plans Despite Warnings

Millions Stick To Thanksgiving Travel Plans Despite Warnings

  WASHINGTON (AP)- About 1 million Americans a day packed airports and planes over the weekend even as coronavirus deaths surged across the U.S. and… Read More ›

Could a panicked Gantz and Bibi unwittingly take Israel back to the polls?

Could a panicked Gantz and Bibi unwittingly take Israel back to the polls?

Warring armies have learned the hard way through history that merely deploying troops was seen as an act of belligerency that led to unwanted war.… Read More ›

Erdan shows UNSC map of Hezbollah activity, demands immediate action

Erdan shows UNSC map of Hezbollah activity, demands immediate action

Gilad Erdan’s letter indicated that not only was Hezbollah never disarmed, but that the terrorist organization “uses human shields to protect its arsenal of more… Read More ›

California Governor Went To Party, Violated Own Virus Rules

California Governor Went To Party, Violated Own Virus Rules

  SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — For months, Gov. Gavin Newsom has pleaded with Californians to resist the temptation to socialize with friends and relatives outside… Read More ›

Analysis: As Trump ignores deepening coronavirus crisis, Biden calls for urgent response

Analysis: As Trump ignores deepening coronavirus crisis, Biden calls for urgent response

Joe Biden has spent these early days as President-elect pleading with Americans to pay attention to the relentless surge of Covid-19 — with deaths averaging… Read More ›

US Piles Up Record October Budget Deficit Of $284.1 Billion

US Piles Up Record October Budget Deficit Of $284.1 Billion

  WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. is starting the 2021 budget year the way the old year ended, with soaring deficits. The Treasury Department reported… Read More ›

Biden’s Ancestral Home in Ireland Celebrates His Victory

Biden’s Ancestral Home in Ireland Celebrates His Victory

  BALLINA, Ireland (AP) — Joe Biden is somewhat removed from the Irish town his great-great-great-grandfather left almost 200 years ago, but that is not… Read More ›

Biden advisor says no White House official has reached out to President-elect Joe Biden

Biden advisor says no White House official has reached out to President-elect Joe Biden

  President-elect Joe Biden’s senior advisor Symone Sanders on Sunday said that no one from the White House has contacted the former vice president since he… Read More ›

Trump lashes out as votes counted; Biden urges calm, has ‘no doubt’ he’ll win

Trump lashes out as votes counted; Biden urges calm, has ‘no doubt’ he’ll win

President claims fraud as his lead continues to narrow in Pennsylvania, Georgia; challenger projects confidence, says ‘the process is working’   The nail-biting US election… Read More ›

Big turnout, few hiccups as U.S. voting nears its end

Big turnout, few hiccups as U.S. voting nears its end

Voters rank coronavirus pandemic and economy as top concerns in the race between Trump and Biden, with nearly two-thirds of voters saying their vote was… Read More ›

Trump wins Kentucky, Biden takes Vermont as first polls close

Trump wins Kentucky, Biden takes Vermont as first polls close

Voting booths also closed in key battleground states of Florida and Georgia; states across US to end voting at intervals until the last ballot is… Read More ›

With two days to go, Trump, Biden make final dash for votes

With two days to go, Trump, Biden make final dash for votes

Race still a toss-up in Florida, North Carolina, Arizona • 93 million ballots already cast • Businesses board up ahead of potential unrest   Two… Read More ›

There is no ‘normal life’ with coronavirus

There is no ‘normal life’ with coronavirus

Opinion: Lockdowns should not be seen as failure to contain virus that has proven beyond our ability to control, and rather than investing in an… Read More ›

Mideast arms race: Is Israel’s qualitative military edge eroding?

Mideast arms race: Is Israel’s qualitative military edge eroding?

In depth: Experts on U.S. strategy in region say advanced U.S. weaponry sold to Arab states is traditionally less sophisticated than that sold to Jerusalem,… Read More ›