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Britain, France, Germany seek UN report on Iran missile development
Britain, France, and Germany accused Iran of developing missile technology in contravention of a UN resolution, and called for a full UN report on recent activities, according to a letter released Tuesday.
U.K.’s May Seeks Deal With Labor to Break Brexit ‘Logjam’
Shortly after midday Wednesday, Theresa May will have a good idea whether her attempt to save her Brexit deal has any chance of success.
Millions without water as Venezuela crisis deepens
Millions of Venezuelans were left without running water Monday amid a series of massive blackouts, forcing President Nicolas Maduro to announce electricity rationing and school closures as the government struggles to cope with a deepening economic crisis.
EU Official Says No-Deal Brexit Becoming More Likely
European Union chief negotiator Michel Barnier said Tuesday that Britain is getting closer and closer to having its exit from the EU go forward with no deal in place on the terms of its withdrawal.
Netanyahu to meet Putin in Moscow five days before elections
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will travel to Moscow for a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin later this week, his office announced on Tuesday.
Poll shows Likud overtake Blue and White; Labor surge
A television poll aired Tuesday projected Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud as the largest party in Knesset elections on April 9, with some support for Benny Gantz’s Blue and White flowing to a resurgent Labor Party.
Inside the United States
McConnell to Trump: We're not repealing and replacing ObamaCare
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) told President Trump in a conversation Monday that the Senate will not be moving comprehensive health care legislation before the 2020 election, despite the president asking Senate Republicans to do that in a meeting last week.
After the Moon in 2024, NASA Wants to Reach Mars by 2033
NASA has made it clear they want astronauts back on the Moon in 2024, and now, they are zeroing in on the Red Planet – the US space agency confirmed that it wants humans to reach Mars by 2033.
House to advance bill busting federal spending caps
House lawmakers are poised to advance a two-year break from federal spending caps imposed by a 2011 law that sought to reduce the debt.
Trump reshapes long-liberal 9th Circuit, as Republican-appointed judges gain seats on court
For the first time in more than three decades, Republican-appointed judges will soon occupy nearly half the seats on the left-leaning 9th Circuit Court of Appeals -- dealing a setback to progressive legal advocates who have long seen the court as a safe bet for favorable rulings.
Attacks on Indian Christians Up in 2019 As Election Season Approaches
Four Christian home meetings were disrupted in India’s Tamil Nadu state in the last two months, as persecution by Hindu nationalists intensifies in the run-up to national elections.
Born Again Christians Continue Declining, Only Minority Believe They Must Share the Gospel: Survey
The percentage of born again Christians in America continues declining, a major religious survey has found. And only a minority of the faithful believe they have a strong personal responsibility to share the Gospel.
Arkansas pastor to lead Southern Baptist executive committee
Arkansas Pastor Ronnie Floyd has been elected president and CEO of the Southern Baptist Convention's executive committee after the man previously in the role resigned due to an inappropriate relationship.