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CBS Is TV’s Most-watched Network For 12th Year In A Row

CBS Is TV’s Most-watched Network For 12th Year In A Row

  NEW YORK (AP) — The winner, and still champion, is CBS. The Tiffany network finished the traditional television season, which ended last week, as… Read More ›

Pompeo says Hong Kong is no longer autonomous from China, jeopardizing billions of dollars in trade

Pompeo says Hong Kong is no longer autonomous from China, jeopardizing billions of dollars in trade

  Washington – Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he certified to Congress Wednesday that Hong Kong no longer enjoys a high degree of autonomy… Read More ›

Netanyahu says he won’t accept plea bargain in his corruption trial

Netanyahu says he won’t accept plea bargain in his corruption trial

PM doubles down on attack on justice system, says he has nothing to hide, in TV interview hours after taking defendant’s bench   Prime Minister… Read More ›

Let’s admit it, Israel is not really right-wing

Let’s admit it, Israel is not really right-wing

Opinion: When taking a closer look into the views of the average Israeli, especially on social and economic issues, the reasons the right thinks it’s… Read More ›

Settler umbrella group protests Trump plan, but some mayors endorse it

Settler umbrella group protests Trump plan, but some mayors endorse it

Organization of West Bank mayors expresses total opposition to Palestinian state, even at cost of US backed annexation, but some members publish separate statement backing… Read More ›

SARS antibodies can block COVID-19 infection, new study finds

SARS antibodies can block COVID-19 infection, new study finds

Research published in Nature identifies 8 antibodies that can bind to coronavirus, blocking its spread, with one candidate showing ‘particularly strong neutralizing activity’   PARIS,… Read More ›

Texas reported its highest single-day increase in new COVID-19 cases as restaurants, salons, and cinemas open to the public

Texas reported its highest single-day increase in new COVID-19 cases as restaurants, salons, and cinemas open to the public

  Texas reported 1,801 new COVID-19 infections on Saturday — the highest single-day increase in COVID-19 cases in the state so far. More than 700… Read More ›

Israel should look to EU before West Bank annexation

Israel should look to EU before West Bank annexation

Opinion: Jerusalem is accustomed to viewing Europe as weakened entity and to dismissing its protests, but this could be mistake if Israel decides to take… Read More ›

US Approves New Coronavirus Antigen Test With Fast Results

US Approves New Coronavirus Antigen Test With Fast Results

  WASHINGTON (AP) – U.S. regulators have approved a new type of coronavirus test that administration officials have promoted as a key to opening up… Read More ›

Fauci to begin ‘modified quarantine’

Fauci to begin ‘modified quarantine’

  Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and member of the White House’s coronavirus task force, tells… Read More ›

Trump Tours, Touts Mask Factory — But No Mask For Him

Trump Tours, Touts Mask Factory — But No Mask For Him

  PHOENIX (AP) — Making himself Exhibit A for reopening the country, President Donald Trump visited an Arizona face mask factory Tuesday, using the trip… Read More ›

Trump says he’s ‘glad to see’ Kim Jong Un ‘is back, and well!’

Trump says he’s ‘glad to see’ Kim Jong Un ‘is back, and well!’

President Donald Trump appeared to confirm Saturday that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is “alive and well.” Trump retweeted North Korean state media photos… Read More ›

Israel attacks pro-Iran militias in southern Syria – report

Israel attacks pro-Iran militias in southern Syria – report

According to numerous sources in Syrian media, Israel attacked numerous targets in the southern region of Quneitra in the country and caused damages.   Israel… Read More ›

Israeli land lease at Tzofar under Jordanian peace deal ends Thursday

Israeli land lease at Tzofar under Jordanian peace deal ends Thursday

The end of the land lease comes as tensions have increased with Jordan, over Israeli plans to annex West Bank settlements as early as July.… Read More ›

Safely in government, Gantz disappoints many supporters in Israel and U.S.

Safely in government, Gantz disappoints many supporters in Israel and U.S.

Analysis: Gantz and his former political allies had accused Netanyahu of courting Republicans at the expense of a bipartisan relationship with the U.S. while Democrats… Read More ›

With Israel’s cemeteries closed, let’s hold Memorial Day at IKEA

With Israel’s cemeteries closed, let’s hold Memorial Day at IKEA

Opinion: Allowing furniture giant to reopen is slap in faces of families and friends forbidden from visiting graves of loved ones on day dedicated to… Read More ›

A corner turned? As virus death rates slow, battered nations think of revival

A corner turned? As virus death rates slow, battered nations think of revival

In Spain, children go outside for first time in weeks; Italy eyes opening factories and New York announces first stage of a reopening could start… Read More ›

Director of key federal vaccine agency says his departure was retaliation

Director of key federal vaccine agency says his departure was retaliation

The director of the office involved in developing a coronavirus vaccine says he was abruptly dismissed from his post in part because he resisted efforts… Read More ›

The deal is done: Netanyahu, Gantz ink coalition pact

The deal is done: Netanyahu, Gantz ink coalition pact

Deal ends 17-month political crisis * Plan calls for annexation in July * Residences for both prime ministers   Israel will soon have a new… Read More ›

Trump unveils three-stage process for states to end coronavirus shutdown

Trump unveils three-stage process for states to end coronavirus shutdown

“We are not opening all at once, but one careful step at a time,” Trump told reporters.   US President Donald Trump proposed guidelines on… Read More ›