Around the World
'US and Israel are common enemies of the Muslim world,' says Iranian commander
"America and Israel are common enemies of the Muslim world," the commander of Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps, Maj. Gen. Hossein Salami, said Thursday during a meeting with the chief of staff of Pakistan's military, Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa.
Putin vows to perfect mystery rocket after engine blast
Russian President Vladimir Putin has promised to press on with the development of a nuclear-powered rocket believed to have been at the center of a deadly accident.
Death toll rises in Iraq as top cleric calls for electoral reform
Four more protestors were killed in Baghdad Friday as a top Shi'ite cleric called on the Iraqi government to abandon its hardline tactics.
U.S. Warns Turkey, Egypt About Purchase Of Russian Military Equipment
A senior State Department official has lashed out at Turkey and Egypt for military deals they have struck with Russia, warning of sanctions against the U.S. allies if they don’t reverse course.
Iran points to foreign conspiracy of Israel, US, Saudis behind fuel protests
Members of Iran's Basij militia made interesting claims in the wake of nationwide protests against fuel hikes over the weekend.
Evangelical execs eye Israel deals as rapport with Holy Land matures
Around 650 Christian businessmen from 50 countries, including the US, Europe, China and India, are set to come to Israel early next month to learn how local technologies are impacting the world and to seek business opportunities.
Sa’ar to Netanyahu: You are not facing a coup; Likud and Israel need new leader
Senior Likud lawmaker Gideon Sa’ar on Saturday castigated Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for describing the charges against him as an attempted coup, demanded an immediate leadership contest in their ruling Likud party, and claimed he could 'easily form a government.'
Netanyahu challenger Sa’ar formally requests snap vote for Likud leader
Likud MK Gideon Sa’ar on Sunday formally asked the party’s top decision-making body to schedule snap leadership primaries as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was reportedly maneuvering to fend off the challenge to his longtime rule over the right-wing party.
Netanyahu said set to give up 4 ministry portfolios after charges announced
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will relinquish the four ministerial portfolios he currently holds in the wake of Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit’s decision to indict him in three corruption cases, according to a report Saturday.
Inside the United States
Justice Department backs Trump in Supreme Court fight over his tax returns
The U.S. Justice Department on Friday backed President Donald Trump in his fight at the Supreme Court to prevent his tax returns from being disclosed to a New York prosecutor.
Trump on impeachment: 'I want a trial' in the Senate
President Trump said he wants an impeachment trial in the Senate if the House impeaches him.
106 House Dems to Pompeo: Reverse settlement announcement ‘immediately’
A large group of 106 House Democrats sent a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Thursday urging him to reverse 'immediately' his recent announcement regarding the legality of the settlements.
Mueller lawyer with anti-Trump bias is ex-FBI official facing FISA criminal investigation
The FBI lawyer under criminal investigation for allegedly falsifying a document related to the surveillance of a Trump campaign adviser expressed negative opinions of President Trump in messages to colleagues.
New Poll Shows Independents Oppose Impeachment By 15-Point Margin
A new Emerson poll for November found more Independent voters oppose the impeachment of President Trump, compared to October when more Independent voters supported Trump’s impeachment.
Indian house church pastor doesn't fear persecution anymore
A house church pastor in eastern India was accosted in his home by Hindu extremists while praying, leading to severe injuries for his whole family and accusations of witchcraft.
Only 3 in 10 American adults hold 'positive' perception of evangelicals: Barna research
Thirty percent of adults in the United States have a “positive” perception of evangelicals as Americans increasingly view the religious demographic through a political lens, newly released Barna Group research indicates.
Atheist Group Issues Shocking Complaint Against Kanye's Texas Prison Visit
A notorious atheist lobby group has issued a complaint to the Texas Sheriff responsible for allowing Kanye West into the Harris County Jail for an impromptu worship service.