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‘Bunker-busting’ strikes on Syrian bases reportedly destroyed Iran missiles
Multiple missile strikes hit several military bases in Syria on April 29. The target of at least some of the attacks appeared to be warehouses containing Iranian missiles, reports say.
Trump delays metal tariffs on Canada, EU, Mexico, exempts some others
U.S. President Donald Trump has postponed the imposition of steel and aluminum tariffs on Canada, the European Union and Mexico until June 1, and has reached agreements for permanent exemptions for Argentina, Australia and Brazil, the White House said on Monday.
Turkey Calls on Europe to Criminalize "Islamophobia"
At an event held in on April 11 to unveil the 2017 European Islamophobia Report -- released by the Foundation for Political, Economic and Social Research -- Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu called on EU governments to criminalize Islamophobia.
W. House says Israel info shows ‘new and compelling details’ on Iran nuke effort
The White House said late Monday that the trove of information released earlier in the day by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu 'provides new and compelling details about Iran’s efforts to develop missile-deliverable nuclear weapons.'
U.S. Confirms Authenticity of Secret Iran Nuclear Docs, Officials See Game Over for Deal
U.S. officials and congressional insiders view the disclosure Monday by Israel of Iran's ongoing efforts to develop a nuclear weapon as game over for the landmark nuclear deal, telling the Washington Free Beacon that new evidence of Iran's top secret nuclear workings makes it virtually impossible for President Donald Trump to remain in the agreement.
U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo calls on Palestinians to negotiate
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called on Palestinians to return to the negotiating table with Israel, speaking in Jordan on Monday at the end of a whirlwind Middle East visit.
Mossad’s stunning op in Iran casts giant shadow over the intelligence it stole
While revealing a truly impressive intelligence coup by the Mossad, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday night did not present evidence that Iran had violated the 2015 nuclear deal, or shed new light on the Islamic Republic’s pre-agreement atomic program.
Israel: Iran Kept Blueprints ‘To Use At a Time Of Its Choice To Develop Nuclear Weapons’
A trove of stolen Iranian data revealed by Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Monday appear to provide evidence to corroborate long-held suspicions that the Tehran regime actively sought nuclear bombs and the means to deliver them.
Israel to send professional teams to Europe to discuss Iran intel
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed the Iranian situation with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, his office announced Monday night.
Israel ready to bomb Iran if necessary: Report
Israeli defense officials have told their American and Russian counterparts that if Iranian-backed forces attack Israel from inside Syria, Jerusalem will not hold back from retaliating with direct strikes against Tehran or other targets in Iran.
Inside the United States
Satanic Temple Plans to Sue Arkansas over Ten Commandments Monument
The Satanic Temple responded swiftly to the installation of a new Ten Commandments monument on the Arkansas Capitol grounds in Little Rock.
DOJ files charges against 11 suspected 'caravan' members for illegal border crossing
The Department of Justice (DOJ) filed criminal charges on Monday against 11 individuals believed to be part of a so-called caravan of Central American migrants seeking asylum in the U.S.
Conservative House lawmakers draft articles of impeachment against Rosenstein
A group of conservative House lawmakers have begun drafting a resolution that calls for the impeachment of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the top Department of Justice (DOJ) official overseeing special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
Border standoff: Caravan organizers vow to outlast U.S. government
The illegal immigrant caravan has turned into a real standoff in Mexico.
The thrill is gone: Democratic Party losing support of young voters, says massive poll
A massive poll of young voters has some inconvenient news for Democrats.
US Supreme Court Will Not Review Case of Christian School Banned from Michigan Township
The United States Supreme Court announced Monday it will not hear the case of Livingston Christian School v. Genoa Charter Township.
Men, Women Who Left Homosexuality, Transgenderism to Rally at DC's 'Freedom March'
Former transgender, bisexual, lesbian and gay men and women, including an Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting survivor, will be gathering in the nation's capital for a worship event next weekend to proclaim how Jesus Christ liberated them.