New York Times
As Trump Struggles With Helsinki's Fallout, Congress Faces a New Charge: Complicity
New York Times
WASHINGTON — In the nearly two years since Russia attacked the American democratic process, congressional Republicans have played conflicting roles in the drama: Some have pressed to impose sanctions on Russia and quietly pursue investigations, ...
Americans give Trump negative marks for Helsinki performance, poll finds
Trump's two-fold challenge now is to warn Russia, unite America
US Kicks Around What to Do With Soccer Ball Putin Gave to Trump in Finland
Ecuador may be close to ejecting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from its London embassy
Assange has been holed up in the London embassy for six years and fears his ouster could allow U.S. authorities to extradite him over receiving classified documents. Loading… Post to Facebook. Ecuador may be close to ejecting WikiLeaks founder Julian ...
Julian Assange Could Be Turned Over To UK Authorities Soon: Report
Ecuadorian sources tell Intercept that Julian Assange could be evicted from London embassy this week
Greenwald: Ecuador Working to Finalize Assange's Release to UK Officials
Administration releases application to wiretap Trump campaign adviser
ASPEN, Colo. — The Justice Department on Saturday released a previously classified application to wiretap former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page, who was under suspicion by the FBI of being a Russian agent. The government had monitored Page ...
Hundreds at vigils mourn victims of Branson boat accident
Ohio lands at No. 7 of states hardest hit by tariffs
TV highlights for the week of July 22-28
Top CIA official warns the US has a new Cold War going on — and this time it's with China
While most Americans are focusing on Russia's attack on American democracy during the 2016 presidential election, one CIA official is warning that a different type of cold war is being waged from another competing superpower — in this case, China.
Israel to reopen Gaza goods crossing Tuesday if calm holds
Jerusalem (AFP) - Israel will reopen its only goods crossing with the blockaded Gaza Strip on Tuesday if calm is maintained, a minister said, after having closed it July 9 partly over kites carrying firebombs. UN officials meanwhile warned that the ...
Iron Dome: Here Is How Israel Protects Itself From Hamas In Gaza
Hamas Accepts Cease-Fire after Massive Israeli Gaza Strikes
IDF Soldier Killed at Gaza Border
Los Angeles Times
The contentious debate over Israel's nation-state law shows a vibrant democracy at work
Los Angeles Times
To the editor: As I read the Los Angeles Times' report on Israel's new nation-state law, I could imagine the forthcoming letters condemning Israel as an apartheid state. This bill had to be passed by two votes in the middle of the night because there ...
Tisha B'Av and Converso Jews
American Jewish groups outraged that Israel declared itself a Jewish state
Pakistan candidate killed in suicide bombing, adding to concerns over security in upcoming general elections
PESHAWAR, Pakistan — A candidate in this week's general elections was killed Sunday in a suicide bomb attack while on his way to a campaign event in northwest Pakistan, adding to concerns over public safety in an election in which at least 160 people ...
Suicide bomb kills election candidate, driver in Pakistan
Pakistan poll candidate killed in NW province suicide blast
Pakistan General Election: PTI candidate Ikramullah Gandapur killed in suicide blast in Dera Ismail Khan
Macron faces a growing scandal over footage of security aide beating a protester
The disturbing footage from a May protest in Paris begins with a man in a black jacket, gray hoodie and police helmet forcefully pushing a woman down the street, his right hand tight around the back of her neck. When those two disappear from the frame ...
French Open Judicial Probe Into Beating by Macron Aide
Heat rises on Macron as security aide scandal upends parliament
Macron's bodyguard cancels wedding to face police questions