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Israeli police attack Palestinian worshippers near Al-Aqsa Mosque


In response to the call for a mass demonstration, Israel has deployed approximately 3,000 additional security personnel in and around Jerusalem and every street accessing Al Aqsa has been closed to traffic. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Friday he is freezing ties with Israel until the devices are removed. Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman visited the site of the attack, the Israeli settlement of Halamish, and consulted with top commanders. Read More »

Schofield soldier indicted for alleged attempts to support terror group


If convicted, Kang faces a maximum of 20 years behind bars for each count. Ikaika Erik Kang, 34, was arrested July 8, and has been detained since then. The Army sergeant also said he wanted to join the group and considered traveling to Turkey, where he believed ISIS had a consulate. "I'm just going to go there. Read More »

Vladimir Putin Cut From Two Upcoming Hollywood Movies


But that's not the only precaution the studio has taken: Encrypted scripts will reportedly be used throughout production. It's based on former Central Intelligence Agency officer Jason Matthews' novel, which drew raves for its insights into current spy craft. Read More »

GOP Senate Health Bill Would Substantially Raise Deductibles, Number of Uninsureds: CBO

The GOP proposals take slightly different approaches, but majority have a number of similarities: rules that let insurers charge older Americans higher rates; less generous subsidies to help low-income families buy coverage; rollbacks to Obamacare's protections for people with preexisting conditions; and massive cuts to Medicaid that would exclude millions of people from the government program in the future. Read More »

Rohrabacher Loses Top Aide Over Russia Ties


Behrends and Rohrabacher went on a trip to Moscow in 2016 where the congressman received materials critical of the Magnitsky Act , a 2012 law which sanctioned Russian officials believed to be involved in the death of lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, who was investigating tax fraud within the Russian government. Read More »

Southeast Asia warned of terror threat after Marawi


The Jakarta-based Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict (IPAC) said the ability of pro-Daesh fighters to occupy an entire city for nearly two months had already inspired further violence in the region and could lead to more attacks on urban areas. Read More »

Iran's Air Defense Equipped with New Missile: Commander


Last week, the United States slapped new economic sanctions on Iran over its ballistic missile programme, and said Tehran's activities undercut any "positive contributions" coming from a 2015 Iran nuclear accord. Iran has always been preoccupied with potentially having to defend its nuclear weapons programme from Israeli or American fighters. The measures signalled that the administration of President Donald Trump was seeking to put more pressure on Iran while keeping in place the agreement ... Read More »

Intel. intercepts show Sessions discussed campaign matters with Russian ambassador


The conversations between Kislyak and his superiors reveal that he and Sessions allegedly met in April 2016 at the Washington, D.C, . Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak told his superiors that he discussed the Trump campaign with then-Senator Jeff Sessions, according to USA intelligence intercepts, and contrary to Sessions' public statements and even sworn testimony. Read More »

Trump Looks Into Pardons As Way Around Russian Investigation


Mark Warner's statement followed a report by the Washington Post that Trump recently discussed his presidential pardon power with advisers, including asking about pardoning aides, relatives and himself. Apparently in light of such reports, the special counsel that is investigating possible collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign asked the White House on July 21 to preserve any records and documents that came out of the meeting. Read More »

Pentagon withholds military reimbursement to Pakistan


The announcement comes as the Trump administration continues to devise a new strategy for the 16-year-old war in Afghanistan . Defense officials and congressional aides have for months said that the new strategy won't focus exclusively on Afghanistan, but take a more regional approach. Read More »

UNSG calls for probe of 3 Palestinian deaths by Israeli security forces

The head of the United Nations said he was concerned by the unfolding violence in the city and urged both sides to refrain from actions that could further escalate the situation. At the conclusion of the Isha evening prayers, clashes erupted again with Israeli forces firing stun grenades at the crowd, Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett, who was reporting outside al-Aqsa, said. Read More »

Palestinian shot dead in alleged West Bank attack

United Nations chief Antonio Guterres voiced concern Friday about deadly clashes that broke out in Jerusalem over access to a holy site in the Old City, in a statement circulated by his deputy spokesman. The army said in a statement that the four victims were Israeli civilians and that the assailant was also shot. The metal detectors were placed at the entrance to the Temple Mount compound, which contains the Haram al Sharif area that is holy to Muslims, after three Arab-Israeli terrorists ... Read More »

Trump lashes out at media after Spicer resignation


The decision comes after Trump named NY financier Anthony Scaramucci as communications director. FORMER WHITE HOUSE press secretary Sean Spicer says he quit his post to avoid a situation in which there would be "too many cooks in the kitchen". Read More »

Trump Legal Team Spokesman Mark Corallo Resigns Amid 'Shake-Up'


Veselnitskaya has denied having had anything to do with the Kremlin and said this week she was ready to testify before US Congress to dispel what she called "mass hysteria" about the meeting with Trump Jr. Mark Corallo , who coordinated the Trump legal team's public response to the crisis, told AFP in an email that he had resigned from his post . Jared Kushner , and Paul Manafort met with Russian attorney Natalia Veselnitskaya last summer believing that they would receive ... Read More »

Effects Of ACA Repeal Could Be Dire For NY


What are the chances that after the repeal effort fails, that a truly bipartisan effort may emerge to deal with areas of the USA, where the healthcare exchanges are not working well because too few insurers are participating? And the insurance commissioners of Washington state and California have warned that premiums will rise without enforcement of the ACA's coverage mandate. Read More »

Gov. Greg Abbott talks reelection campaign, special session


Dallas businessman Jeffery Payne declared his candidacy for the 2018 governor's election, filing as a Democratic candidate shortly after Abbott announced his bid for re-election on Friday. Other companies include Apple, Facebook , AT&T, American Airlines, and Lyft, which signed a letter opposing the bill. Abbott has directed the Republican-controlled Legislature to tackle 20 major issues during the special session, including a previously stalled " bathroom bill " targeting transgender Texans. Read More »

Sean Spicer resigns as White House press secretary


However, White House official Sarah Sanders said that the new hire didn't signal other changes in the administration. "I should have never said that about him". "This is obviously a hard situation to be in, and I applaud his efforts here". The 45-year-old has served as the communications director of the Republican National Committee and enjoyed some level of recognition within the conservative group. Read More »

L'ex terrorista nero Massimo Carminati condannato a 20 anni


Massimo Carminati ha ascoltato in piedi la sentenza , mentre Salvatore Buzzi è rimasto seduto ad effettuare alcune annotazioni. Anche se, secondo la sentenza, "Mafia Capitale" non era un termine corretto: i giudici della X sezione penale infatti hanno fatto cadere l'accusa di associazione mafiosa , derubricandola in quella di associazione semplice. Read More »

Marijuana meeting with Colorado Springs officials and feds closed to public


That includes taxes and fees from medical marijuana, which was legalized years earlier. Several bipartisan bills are being reviewed that seek to legalize marijuana or protect states rights to do so. On Monday, Department of Justice and White House Office of Drug Control and Policy officials met with Gov. John Hickenlooper's staff, state marijuana regulators, the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area and the U.S. Read More »

The Mettler-Toledo International (MTD) Given Daily Media Impact Score of 0.20

Numeric Investors Llc who had been investing in Mettler Toledo International for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $15.80 billion market cap company. (MTD) opened at 608.76 on Thursday. The business's revenue for the quarter was up 10.2% compared to the same quarter a year ago. Humana Inc (NYSE:HUM) has risen 35.38% since July 21, 2016 and is uptrending. Read More »

Family of Perry Cohen files lawsuit


The couple are the mother and stepfather of Perry Cohen , who disappeared with friend Austin Stephanos in July 2015. Legal battles between the families of two Florida teens missing at sea , who disappeared almost two years ago, continue with a wrongful death lawsuit announced Friday at the Palm Beach County Courthouse. Read More »