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Trump warns Iran to ‘be careful’ after Tehran says it will breach uranium cap
US President Donald Trump warned Iran on Sunday to 'be careful,' shortly after the Islamic Republic said it would breach a uranium enrichment cap set by the 2015 nuclear deal.
'Seize a British Oil Tanker,' Says Iranian Official in Response to Iranian Ship Taken in by British
Iran is calling for the detention of a British oil tanker in retaliation for an Iranian ship carrying crude oil to Syria that was detained in the British territory of Gibraltar.
Ex-IAEA official to 'Post': Iran cutting nuclear breakout time by two months
Iran's violation of nuclear limits by enriching uranium to the 5% level will reduce its breakout time to a nuclear weapon by approximately two months, former deputy director-general for safeguards at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Olli Heinonen told The Jerusalem Post on Sunday.
Iran says Europe has 60 days to save nuclear deal
Iran says the last chance for saving its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers will pass after a 60-day deadline.
Former PM Ehud Barak reveals name of newly-formed Israel Democratic Party
Former prime and defense minister Ehud Barak revealed the name of his new party on his Facebook profile as the Sabbath drew to a close on July 6, insisting that his 'Israel Democratit' party should be translated from Hebrew to English as 'Israel Democratic Party,' the Jerusalem Post reported.
Archaeologists say they found town where future king David took refuge from Saul
In a finding sure to inflame the debate about the historicity of the biblical King David, an international team of archaeologists claims to have identified the lost city of Ziklag.
Inside the United States
ObamaCare repeal lawsuit faces major court test
ObamaCare will be back in court on Tuesday in a closely watched case hanging over the health care system.
'The Truth Will Set You Free': Pastor Refutes Ocasio-Cortez Portrayal of Border Conditions
On Monday the President of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, who toured the same Texas border facility maligned by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, disputed the freshman congresswoman’s characterization.
U.S. economy beats projections with 224,000 jobs in June
The United States added 224,000 jobs during the month of June, beating analysts' expectations by about 60,000, the Labor Department said in its monthly workforce report Friday.
Trump to sign executive order to lower drug prices
The White House is writing an executive order that would reduce what the U.S. pays for drugs so that it's more in line with the lowest price paid elsewhere in the world, Trump told reporters Friday.
Maryland voter registration will allow 'X' or 'unspecified' for gender identity
Maryland will soon allow people to put an 'X' or 'unspecified' for their gender on their voter registration.
FBI, ICE using state driver's license photos without consent for facial recognition searches
The FBI and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have reportedly been using driver’s license photos for facial recognition searches without license holders' knowledge or consent.
Fight over vaccine exemptions hits state legislatures
State legislators across the country are moving to tighten limits on vaccine exemptions for children amid one of the worst outbreaks of preventable diseases in recent history.
Aftershocks in California Continue After 2 Major Earthquakes
Two remote California desert communities assessed damage after two major earthquakes hit the area at the end of last week, followed by thousands of smaller aftershocks.
Seismologist says 1 in 10 chance of another major earthquake in Southern California
A California seismologist said the two earthquakes near the city of Ridgecrest, Calif., over the past two days could be followed by an even larger quake.
Banners Promoting Atheist Event Offend Fort Worth Residents
City officials in Forth Worth, Texas received around 100 complaints from residents after banners with the phrase 'In No God We Trust' were hung along Main Street promoting an atheist event.
Christian Student in U.K. Wins Appeals Court Ruling After Declared 'Unfit' to Practice Social Work by University
A Christian student at the University of Sheffield in the U.K., who was dropped from his MA program for a Facebook post defending traditional marriage in 2016, won his court of appeals complaint this week following a high court decision in 2017 that originally supported the university’s decision.
Church of England says it will recognize marriages of transgender worshipers
The marriage of worshipers who transition to a different gender will still be valid, the Church of England has said.