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Britain's May seeks to cut deal on future EU ties in Brussels
British Prime Minister Theresa May arrives in Brussels on Wednesday to attempt to agree a blueprint of Britain’s post-Brexit ties with the European Union, which the bloc’s diplomats said was being held up by disagreements over Gibraltar, fisheries and trade.
Trump stands behind Saudi Arabia despite murder of Khashoggi
President Donald Trump vowed on Tuesday to remain a 'steadfast partner' of Saudi Arabia despite saying that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman may have known about the plan to murder dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi last month.
Horror of Islamic State revealed as Iraq, Syria reclaim occupied lands
ts vaunted 'caliphate' is in shambles, but the brutal legacy of the Islamic State is only now coming into clearer focus as rebuilding efforts across Iraq and Syria uncover hundreds of mass graves and fully pull back the curtain on four years of death, destruction and unspeakable atrocities by the radical Islamist terrorist group.
Netanyahu's narrow coalition suffers first Knesset defeat
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's one-vote majority coalition government faced its first defeat in the Knesset on Monday after the opposition was able to prevent an amendment to the Israel Lands Law from passing, after going back on an agreement made ahead of the vote.
Abbas rejected billions of dollars in return for concessions on Jerusalem
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas turned down an offer of billions of dollars in return for making concessions on Jerusalem and accepting the city as the united capital of Israel, Mahmoud Habbash, a senior adviser to the PA president, said on Monday.
Inside the United States
Trump submits written answers to Mueller questions
President Donald Trump has provided the special counsel’s office with written answers to questions about his knowledge of Russian interference in the 2016 election, his lawyers said Tuesday, marking the first time Trump has directly cooperated with the investigation.
Obama-appointed judges undercut Trump on immigration
President Trump lost two big immigration court rulings Tuesday, after a federal judge in California shot down his attempt to limit asylum claims and another judge in Michigan ordered the administration to release nearly 100 Iraqi immigrants living in the U.S. illegally who had been detained as part of a travel ban-related deal.
White House will not seek to revoke CNN reporter Jim Acosta’s press pass, issues news rules to govern press conferences
The White House will not seek to again revoke CNN chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta’s hard pass, as first reported on Monday by Fox News' John Roberts.
Number of Witches in U.S. on the Rise, May Surpass 1.5 Million
A report in the Christian Post contends that the number of witches (and Wiccans) has dramatically increased since the 1990s, to the degree that there may be at least 1.5 million witches in the United States, which is higher than the 1.4 million mainline Presbyterians.
'Thousands of Lives Changed:' TN Revival Wraps Up After 7 Months, Now the 'Triangle Awakening' Is Next
The Greeneville Awakening Revival has come to a close after going strong for more than seven months! It lasted 30 weeks, to be exact, and wrapped up earlier this month.
Joni Eareckson Tada diagnosed with cancer again: I know God loves me
Joni Eareckson Tada, a popular evangelical speaker and advocate for people with disabilities, revealed a new cancer diagnosis three years after being declared cancer-free following a battle with stage 3 breast cancer.
Colorado School Requires that Christians Allow Atheists to Lead Bible Studies
The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is being sued after demanding that a Christian organization permit 'atheists or other non-Christians to lead their Bible studies' in order to be recognized on campus.