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Relations between Israel and Turkey took a bitter turn Sunday as their leaders traded accusations of involvement in terrorism, days after the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said...Show More Summary
Three people were arrested early on Sunday after an attempted arson attack at a synagogue in the Swedish city of Gothenburg, prosecutors said. There were no reports of injuries and the fire did not reach the synagogue or an adjacent meeting house where Jewish youths had gathered when the attack took place late on Saturday, Swedish media reported. Show More Summary
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will not meet U.S. Vice President Mike Pence during his visit to the region and there will be no communication between U.S. and Palestinian officials Foreign Minister Riyad Al-Maliki said on Saturday. Show More Summary
At a campaign-style rally in Florida on Friday night, President Donald Trump once again used the death of Kate Steinle to argue for stricter immigration enforcement.
Dean Young, the chief political strategist for Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore, joins "This Week," two days before the special election.
Total nuclear destruction is “only one impulsive tantrum away,” this year’s Noble Peace Prize winner warned while accepting the award for an international anti-nuclear weapons campaign.
Yemen's ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh, slain this week by his former rebel allies, was buried on Saturday at his home village outside Sanaa, a relative close to the family said. It was held under strictly controlled conditions. The rebels, who over the past week have consolidated control of Sanaa, allowed Saleh's son Madin and a nephew out of detention to attend the burial.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The Latest on a court battle between rival pop-culture conventions over the phrase "comic con." (all times local):
The major storyline of the week was the devastating wildfires that ravaged Southern California.
The Republicans are already pivoting from tax cuts to the debt, claiming that the next task is to rein in spending. Taxes are the “thunder of world history,” wrote Joseph Schumpeter. Last Saturday, Republicans in the US Senate joined their comrades in the House to write a new chapter in America’s fiscal history.
By Alex Dobuzinskis VENTURA, Calif. (Reuters) - California wildfire evacuee Richard Seabold once spent a month in the South Pole, so he knows something about surviving in tough conditions. Life in an emergency shelter, however, has been...Show More Summary
Republicans haven’t figured out how to kill the Affordable Care Act.
By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - The U.N. migration agency called on social media giants on Friday to make it harder for people smugglers to use their platforms to lure West African migrants to Libya where they can face detention, torture, slavery or death. Show More Summary
'Fox & Friends': Students are suing over the response to a Veterans Day anthem protest.
In an exclusive interview with Meet the Press, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) tells Chuck Todd that he believes the Republican tax plan would harm the people that President Trump pledged to help.
Jessica Alba hosted a tea-party themed baby shower as she celebrated the upcoming birth of her third child with husband Cash Warren.
For the weekend of Dec. 9, Streamline recommends “Legion” in the top Hulu spot for the first time.
A Japanese man wielding a sword killed his sister, a Shinto priestess, on the grounds of a Tokyo shrine, then stabbed his wife to death before committing suicide, police and media said. Police declined to comment on a motive for Thursday's killings or the family feud. Show More Summary
President Trump delivered remarks at the opening event for the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum—while Congressman John Lewis—a civil rights icon -- boycotted the President’s visit as an “insult” to the people commemorated there.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The owners of some of California's most critical dams have allowed problems identified in annual inspection reports to linger for years, a newspaper reported Friday.