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Nuclear Deal Deadline Will Be Missed
Former CIA Director Michael Hayden said Sunday that the United States has lost its edge going into the final days of a nuclear negotiation with Iran.
Greek Banks And Stock Exchange In Shutdown
Banks in Greece and the country's stock exchange will be shut all week in a sign of the deepening financial crisis.
Greece Exit From Eurozone 'Almost Inevitable'
Greece may yet crash out of the the 19-member bloc, say European ministers, as time is running out on negotiations.
Huge crowds for Berlin Gay Pride after historic US ruling
Several hundred thousand people filled the streets of Berlin for the city's Gay Pride parade on Saturday, a day after the US Supreme Court legalised same-sex marriage nationwide.
Iran evades sanctions to defend against EMP
With a deadline looming on nuclear talks with Iran, Tehran has revealed it has developed a 'filter' to protect against an electromagnetic pulse attack targeting key national security facilities.
Greeks Line Up at Banks and Drain ATMs as Tsipras Calls Vote
Greece's banks may need an injection of fresh emergency funds to operate Monday as people rushed to pull out money after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called a referendum that could decide his country's fate in the euro.
Abbas gives Hamas Tuesday Deadline to Join Government
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said Sunday that Hamas has until Tuesday to join a new unity government.
Vatican signs first treaty with 'State of Palestine'
The Vatican signed its first treaty with the "State of Palestine" on Friday, calling for "courageous decisions" to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with a two-state solution.
Hamas unveils 'new tunnel' it says reaches into Israel
Hamas has built a new fortified tunnel that reaches into Israeli territory, according to members of the terror group who spoke to an Iranian TV channel Sunday.
Israel and ICC on a collision course
Monday's long-awaited UN Human Rights Council report on last summer's Operation Protective Edge was by far the most significant event that has occurred in the 10-month legitimacy battle being waged by Israel and the Palestinians over whether war crimes were committed when over 2,100 Palestinians and 73 Israelis lost their lives.
Rocket alert sirens sound twice in 30 minutes in northern Golan Heights
Rocket alert sirens sounded twice in a span of 30 minutes in several communities throughout the northern Golan Heights on Sunday afternoon.
Earthquake felt throughout southern Israel
An earthquake reported to be between 5.1 and 5.5 magnitude was felt in southern Israel.
Inside the United States
Terror Warning Issued by Feds for the 4th of July Weekend
Federal authorities have warned local law enforcement officials across the country about a heightened concern involving possible terror attacks targeting the July 4th holiday.
Gay marriage fight may be over, but new battlegrounds opening up
The dust didn't settle on the Supreme Court's landmark gay marriage ruling before advocates began announcing their next agenda items in the fight for equality.
US Supreme Court Backs Same-Sex Marriage
The Supreme Court ruled Friday that same-sex couples have a right to marry nationwide, in a historic decision that invalidates gay marriage bans in more than a dozen states.
Western Heat Wave Enters History Books
A torrid heat wave has shifted into high gear and has already broken June record highs in at least 16 cities in the Northwest, two of which appear to have tied their all-time record highs. The extreme heat is likely to last well into early July and may end up breaking records for longevity as well.
Scalia: Supreme Court now a 'threat to American democracy'
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia savaged the Court's 5-4 decision on Friday that said same-sex marriage is a constitutional right in all 50 states, by saying it makes the Supreme Court a threat to democracy in the country.
Supreme Court to rule in lethal injection, redistricting and mercury emission cases Monday
The fate of a drug commonly used to carry out lethal injections could go down as one of the most bitter battles between the liberal and conservative justices on the U.S. Supreme Court.f
Hawaii: No tsunami threat, shaking felt from 5.0 Big Island quake
A magnitude 5.0 earthquake struck the south eastern portion of the Big Island near Pahoa Saturday evening, shaking nearby communities but causing no threat of a tsunami.
No More Christian Events in Jerusalem Without Rabbi's Approval
The Jerusalem Municipality will now have to consult with the city's Rabbis before allowing Christians to host events in the city after the haredi, a group of ultra-orthodox Jews, accused Christians of forcing conversions at a conference held there last month.
Franklin Graham Warns Gay Marriage Ruling Will Lead To Christian Persecution
One of the nation's most prominent evangelical leaders issued a dire warning for the nation in the aftermath of the Supreme Court's ruling on homosexual marriage.
Idaho city's ordinance tells pastors to marry gays or go to jail
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, city officials have laid down the law to Christian pastors within their community, telling them bluntly via an ordinance that if they refuse to marry homosexuals, they will face jail time and fines.
Episcopal Church Elects First Black Presiding Bishop
The U.S. Episcopal Church elected its first black presiding bishop on Saturday at its general conference in Salt Lake City, where members of the Christian denomination discussed its position on same-sex marriage, gun violence and outreach.