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Illinois – Chicago Police Release Video Of Shooting That Sparked Violent Protests

Illinois – Chicago Police Release Video Of Shooting That Sparked Violent Protests

  Illinois – Chicago police on Sunday released body camera footage of officers shooting dead a black man as he reached for his concealed handgun,… Read More ›

Berlin, NY – Rent A Tent: Startup Matches Landowners With Campers

Berlin, NY – Rent A Tent: Startup Matches Landowners With Campers

  Berlin, NY – The idea came to Michael D’Agostino as he was driving past a beautiful farm and imagined what it would be like… Read More ›

Trump readies new tariffs on China

Trump readies new tariffs on China

New York – The Trump administration is preparing another round of tariffs on Chinese goods worth $200 billion, ramping up the US-China trade war. Trade… Read More ›

Jerusalem – Female Tourists Barred From Northern Israel Site’s Cable Car Because Haredi Men Refuse To Ride With Them

Jerusalem – Female Tourists Barred From Northern Israel Site’s Cable Car Because Haredi Men Refuse To Ride With Them

  Jerusalem –  Three female tourists were barred from riding a cable car down the Manara Cliff in northern Israel because a group of haredi… Read More ›

There’s a mountain of evidence that Trump’s trade fights will be most harmful to the people who voted for him

There’s a mountain of evidence that Trump’s trade fights will be most harmful to the people who voted for him

  Red states that voted for President Donald Trump in 2016 stand more to lose if other countries retaliate against US tariffs, according to economists… Read More ›

Washington – Trump Says His Awkwardly Capitalized Tweets Are No Mistake

Washington – Trump Says His Awkwardly Capitalized Tweets Are No Mistake

  Washington – President Donald Trump says his awkwardly capitalized tweets are no mistake. In a Tuesday afternoon Twitter posting, Trump is delivering the public… Read More ›

Opinion: Cave expert: Thai rescue is one of the toughest I’ve seen

Opinion: Cave expert: Thai rescue is one of the toughest I’ve seen

  Getting trapped people out of a flooded cave can be one of the easiest — or one of the most challenging — types of… Read More ›

Mexico votes in elections centered on disgust with corruption, violence

Mexico votes in elections centered on disgust with corruption, violence

Frontrunner Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador vows a social ‘transformation’, but critics worry he is promising more than the country can afford   MEXICO CITY (AP)… Read More ›

Netanyahu accuses media of spreading ‘Bolshevik propaganda” against his family

Netanyahu accuses media of spreading ‘Bolshevik propaganda” against his family

PM lashes out at reports quoting PMO officials concerned over lavish, allegedly illicit spending by him and his wife, including a $6,000 mini-bar bill payed… Read More ›

‘When I look at him, I don’t see a child from Gaza—I see a child’

‘When I look at him, I don’t see a child from Gaza—I see a child’

Dr. Dafi Moran of the Wolfson Medical Center in Holon writes an emotional Facebook post about the special connection she established with a Gazan baby… Read More ›

Erdogan faces toughest challenge yet as Turkey heads to polls

Erdogan faces toughest challenge yet as Turkey heads to polls

Secular opposition rival Muharrem Ince mounts surprisingly strong campaign against backdrop of drooping economy, with new powers for strongman on the line in Sunday’s contest… Read More ›

‘Ticking Bomb’ Limit on Enhanced Interrogation is Dead

‘Ticking Bomb’ Limit on Enhanced Interrogation is Dead

The question of how far enhanced interrogation can go before it constitutes torture – and whether the Shin Bet had crossed that line – was… Read More ›

Netanyahu meets with Jordan’s King Abdullah in Amman

Netanyahu meets with Jordan’s King Abdullah in Amman

In first encounter since diplomatic spat erupted following incident involving Israeli security guard and death of two Jordanians at the Israeli embassy in Amman, the… Read More ›

Former minister could potentially face death penalty for spying for Iran

Former minister could potentially face death penalty for spying for Iran

Justice Ministry official says capital punishment an option in Gonen Segev’s case, but would be an ‘unprecedented penalty’ for espionage   Former minister Gonen Segev… Read More ›

Washington – Sessions: Trump Administration Will Fight With Faith Groups On Their Discrimination Claims

Washington – Sessions: Trump Administration Will Fight With Faith Groups On Their Discrimination Claims

Washington – The Trump administration is ready to take on claims by houses of worship that they face discrimination in seeking building permits from local… Read More ›

What Israel would like to achieve from Trump-Kim meeting

What Israel would like to achieve from Trump-Kim meeting

Analysis: In the Singapore summit, the US president will try to succeed where his predecessors failed and reach an agreement to rid the Korean peninsula… Read More ›

No decision to ease Gaza humanitarian woes after top ministers meet

No decision to ease Gaza humanitarian woes after top ministers meet

Security cabinet sits for over three hours, presented plans on improving infrastructure, but defense minister says relief won’t bring stability to Strip   Israeli ministers… Read More ›

Deal with Gaza now, leave Iran for later

Deal with Gaza now, leave Iran for later

Op-ed: PM Netanyahu went to Europe to discuss two things: Iran and Iran. Meanwhile, our southern fields are burning, the infiltration attempts and rocket fire… Read More ›

Buenos Aires – Argentina Calls Off Game Against Israel After Protests

Buenos Aires – Argentina Calls Off Game Against Israel After Protests

  Buenos, Aires – Argentina has called off a World Cup warmup match against Israel following protests by pro-Palestinian groups. A source at Argentina’s football… Read More ›

The world’s biggest hedge fund warns: ‘2019 is setting up to be a dangerous period for the economy’

The world’s biggest hedge fund warns: ‘2019 is setting up to be a dangerous period for the economy’

  Bridgewater Associates is bearish on nearly every financial asset, it said in a recent note to clients. “2019 is setting up to be a… Read More ›