Thursday, April 26, 2018
Guatemala will be the second country to make the move, two days after the United States.
Trump's son-in-law may still have the essential source of info, but he no longer has access to intercepts of conversations between other world leaders.
His platform includes Medicare for all, free college tuition, a higher minimum wage, addressing the opiod crisis, and “sensible” gun legislation.
Both J.B. Pritzker and Daniel Biss appear to have a good chance to topple the incumbent Republican in the fall.
The State Department is looking into the legal aspects of accepting private donations for a government building.
Is this the beginning of the end of the Bibi Netanyahu era, or just the latest challenge to a seasoned political survivor?
The Palestinian leader shows signs that peace efforts could be back on track.
The meeting will come after what appeared to be the first serious rift between the Trump and Netanyahu governments.
The Gulf state's outreach to Jews to make its case in Washington is dividing the pro-Israel community.
Trump called the Iran nuclear agreement “a deal that says let's ultimately do bad things to Israel,” and called his predecessor Barack Obama “absolutely terrible for Israel.”


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