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Rouhani: Starting Sunday, Iran will enrich uranium to ‘any amount we want’
Iran's president warned Europe Wednesday that his country would 'take the next step' in increasing its uranium enrichment this coming Sunday, and enrich to 'any amount that we want.'
Putin signs bill suspending participation in nuclear treaty
President Vladimir Putin has signed a bill suspending Russia’s participation in a pivotal nuclear arms treaty.
Dollar dips after Trump says US should play ‘currency manipulation game’ like Europe, China
The greenback fell Wednesday after President Donald Trump said in a tweet that the U.S. should match China and Europe’s 'currency manipulation game.'
Kremlin refuses to reveal details about fatal Russian submarine fire, declares it 'state secret'
Two days after a mysterious fire aboard a Russian submersible killed 14 people, little details have emerged as the Kremlin continued Wednesday to shroud the incident in secrecy.
Harbinger of Things to Come?: Ancient Pilgrimage Road to Temple Discovered, Offering Conclusive Evidence of Jewish Ties to Jerusalem
Archaeological evidence proving the Jewish connection to the oldest-known portions of Jerusalem has been uncovered.
136 Arrested, 111 Police Wounded During Riots Over Police Shooting of Young Israeli-Ethiopian Man
ccording to the Israel Police, over 100 people have been arrested across the country in connection with the wave of protests sparked by the shooting of a young Israeli-Ethiopian man by an off-duty police officer on Sunday.
Scholars say Philistine genes help solve biblical mystery
Goliath the Greek? Human remains from an ancient cemetery in southern Israel have yielded precious bits of DNA that a new study says help prove the European origin of the Philistines -- the enigmatic nemeses of the biblical Israelites.
Inside the United States
U.S. judge blocks Ohio 'heartbeat' law to end most abortions
A federal judge on Wednesday blocked Ohio from enforcing a new law that critics said would effectively ban most abortions in the state, starting as early as six weeks into pregnancy.
22-week abortion ban moves closer to Colorado ballot
A proposal to ban abortions at 22 weeks in Colorado moved closer to being on next year’s ballot on Wednesday.
Government lawyers backtrack, say they will try to get citizenship question on census
Lawyers for the Justice Department backtracked furiously Wednesday, saying they would examine whether the Trump administration may add a question on citizenship status to the census, just one day after DOJ officials and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said they were abandoning those efforts for next year’s survey.
US trade deficit rises to 5-month high of $55.5B in May
The U.S. trade deficit rose to a five-month high in May as the politically sensitive imbalances with China and Mexico widened.