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White House: Trump, Kim summit ends early without deal
US President Donald Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un have failed to reach an agreement at their second summit in Vietnam, but talks between the two nations will continue in the future.
Iranian general: ‘We plan to break US, Israel, cleanse world of their filth’
The deputy commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps says Tehran has plans 'to break America, Israel, and their partners and allies' in worldwide attacks.
Netanyahu in Moscow tells Putin Israel will continue hitting Iran in Syria
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Russian President Vladimir Putin that Israel will continue to take action against Iran in Syria, in the first significant meeting between the two since a major spat developed over a downed spy plane last year.
Israel strikes Hamas posts in Gaza after explosive balloon attack
Israeli jets struck multiple targets in the southern Gaza Strip linked to Hamas late Wednesday, a few hours after an incendiary device from Gaza damaged a home in the Eshkol region.
Netanyahu After Kremlin Meeting: Putin ‘Showed an Understanding of Israel’s Security Needs’
Following their meeting at the Kremlin in Moscow on Wednesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Russian President Vladimir Putin had 'showed an understanding of Israel’s security needs' regarding Iran’s presence in Syria.
Inside the United States
New poll reveals dramatic shift towards the pro-life position among Americans
As Democrats continue their radical push for abortion up to birth, a new poll has found that more Americans are embracing the pro-life perspective.
Cohen's Credibility Crushed by Republicans as He Accuses President Trump of Criminal Conduct
It's been described as the hearing heard around the world – with President Trump overseas trying to bring peace with North Korea, Democrats gave a microphone to a witness on a mission to undermine the president. Trump's ex-lawyer, who once said he would take a bullet for President Trump, instead lambasted the president for hours on Capitol Hill.
Missouri House Passes Wide-Ranging Abortion Restrictions
The Missouri House on Wednesday took steps to outlaw most abortions in the state should the U.S. Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade, an effort that’s part of a broader Republican push amid renewed optimism that the high court might be more open to increased restrictions, and possibly an outright ban, on the procedure.
House votes to notify ICE when illegal immigrants try to buy guns
Republicans scored a rare victory in the Democrat-controlled House Wednesday, winning a vote to have authorities notify deportation officers any time an illegal immigrant tries to buy a gun.
Atmospheric River Is Pummeling California's Sierra With Feet of Snow, Topping February Records
Another atmospheric river event is pummeling California with feet of snow in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, shattering February snow records at some ski resorts while also triggering flooding, rockslides and mudslides in lower elevations.
U.S. House approves expanded background checks for gun sales
The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday passed a bill that would expand background checks for gun sales to include firearm purchases at gun shows and over the internet, a measure likely to face Senate and White House opposition.
Mob attacks 200 Christian families in Pakistan after 4 women falsely accused of blasphemy
An angry Muslim mob in Pakistan displaced about 200 Christian families from their homes after four Christian women were falsely accused of blasphemy last week.