• Netanyahu Welcomes Trump's Aspiration for Israel-Palestine Reconciliation

    Netanyahu Welcomes Trump's Aspiration for Israel-Palestine Reconciliation

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    Abbas claimed that "we are raising our youth, our children and our grandchildren on a culture of peace", prompting Netanyahu to point out that the PA "name their schools after mass murderers of Israelis and they pay terrorists". "We want to create peace between Israel and the Palestinians", Mr Trump said. Abbas said he is ready to meet with Netanyahu, and suggested the Israeli leader is avoiding such talks.
  • Border Patrol identifies man shot by agent

    Border Patrol identifies man shot by agent

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    At approximately 3:45 p.m., a vehicle driving northbound on State Route 80, drove into the Immigration Checkpoint, located at the intersection of State Route 80 and State Route 82, colliding with checkpoint traffic barriers. The suspect was provided immediate medical attention and was flown via helicopter to a Tucson area hospital for advance medical treatment. His name wasn't immediately released.
  • White House mute on FBI memo

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    The president might suffer political fallout from bringing in his own lawyer, these experts said , but President Trump should be receiving advice from a lawyer who represents him, not the White House. The U.S. sees the Kurds as strong military partners, but the Turkish government says they have ties to the Kurdistan Workers' Party, which it views as a terrorist organization.
  • Love bite? Snake bites Florida man who tries to kiss it

    Love bite? Snake bites Florida man who tries to kiss it

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    Charles Goff, from Putnam County, told Action News Jax that he found the reptile on Monday and put it in a tank as he was not sure how to handle it. He said snakes are very active this time of year. Reinold's family told WJAX that he is doing much better Wednesday and is expected to survive. The snake is believed to have escaped after its ordeal.
  • Controversy over Trump Israel policy ahead of visit

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    Today (Monday), Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Office published his conversations with US President Donald Trump and other senior-level US administration officials to prove that his position in the past did not change. Before he visits Israel, Trump is scheduled to travel to Riyadh where he will hold a summit with Arab and Islamic leaders on May 21. In making those comments, Tillerson seems to be ignoring whether moving the embassy would be in the best interests of the United ...
  • Unrelenting rain worsens flood crisis in saturated Central Canada

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    The Ministry of Public Safety said waters were expected to crest sometime Monday in Quebec province. "Those resources will not include military personnel в" like those deployed in Quebec's flood zone. "I understand that morally or psychologically, physically, mentally, people are very, very exhausted". "We're just looking at the tip of the iceberg when it comes to flooding because climate change is going to make the problem much worse in the future".
  • Retired FBI Agents Are Furious With Donald Trump

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    If Trump in fact did secretly record conversations, he has revealed a depth of paranoia previously unknown, and the recordings must be subpoenaed. "If you ever wanted to write a dialogue or a plan for how to piss off an agency, that's the way to do it", said David Rubincam, a retired FBI agent who spent more than 20 years in bureau postings in the United States and overseas.
  • Green calls for impeachment on floor of Congress

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    Polls show growing support amongst the American public for Trump's impeachment, with one of the most recent ones revealing that , for the first time since his inauguration , more American's support impeaching Trump than oppose it. On CNN, Gergen said that "from a lay point of view" it appeared Trump was trying to impede the FBI's investigation. "We're talking about a president who fired the Federal Bureau of Investigation director who was investigating the president for his connections to ...
  • James Clapper: American democratic institutions are 'under assault' by Donald Trump

    James Clapper: American democratic institutions are 'under assault' by Donald Trump

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    She asked. "That's for everybody else to decide". And I think that the reason people are uncomfortable is because he acts. "He doesn't talk with a bunch of people about it before, he just acts", Haley said. When pushed on the timing of the termination, especially considering that the Federal Bureau of Investigation is now investigating potential ties between Russian Federation and Trump's campaign, Haley merely noted that Trump is a "president of action".