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    Is Obama interfering in the forming of the Israeli government?

    A senior source in the Jewish Home estimated Tuesday that White House pressure against a nationalist government is the real reason for the delay in the signing of a coalition deal between Likud and the religious Zionist party. The unnamed senior source was cited on Army Radio as saying that the Jewi ... Read More

    Iran fires warning shots across bow of cargo ship

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Iranian patrol vessels fired warning shots across the bridge of a Marshall Islands-flagged cargo vessel that was traversing the Strait of Hormuz in Iranian territorial waters, a Pentagon official said Tuesday. Col. Steve Warren, a Pentagon spokesman, said the cargo ship's master ha ... Read More

    Baltimore: A man did not die so you could steal toilet paper and Oreos

    BALTIMORE (UPI) -- Baltimore residents woke up to the city looking like a war zone Tuesday after a night of riots, fires and looting. Gangs of mostly young men roamed the streets, setting fires and seriously injuring police officers. The violence erupted hours after the funeral for Freddie Gray, who ... Read More

    Most Boston residents against death penalty for Boston bomber

    BOSTON (UPI) -- According to a new poll, most Boston and Massachusetts residents are against the death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The poll, from the Boston Globe, found less than 20 percent of Massachusetts residents supported the death penalty for the Boston Marathon bomber. Only 15 percent of ... Read More

    Does Obama want to allow families to pay ransom for hostages?

    WASHINGTON, (UPI) -- The White House is reviewing its policy preventing families of hostages to pay ransom to kidnappers, officials said. Under the current policy, families who wish to pay terrorists ransom for the release of their loved ones are threatened with prosecution. The parents of James Fol ... Read More

    Prosecutor describes theatre gunman's path to carnage

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) -- A prosecutor declared Monday that two psychiatric exams found Colorado theater gunman James Holmes to be sane as he meticulously plotted a mass murder, considering a bomb or biological warfare before settling on a shooting so that he could inflict more "collateral damage." ... Read More

    Aurora theater shooting trial to begin after three years

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. (UPI) -- Opening statements are set to begin on Monday for the trial of James Holmes, charged in the 2012 Aurora movie theater shooting, after almost three years of delays. Holmes faces 165 charges. Twelve people were killed and 70 were injured when he opened fire in July 2012 duri ... Read More

    George W. Bush talks Iran, Hillary and 2016 in rare public discussion

    LAS VEGAS, (UPI) -- Former President George W. Bush has plenty of opinions on a wide array of political questions -- from terrorism, Iran, Hillary Clinton and his brother's possible attempt to become the third member of their family to reach the White House. The 43rd U.S. president engaged in a disc ... Read More

    Baltimore: Freddie Gray protests turn violent as police and crowds clash

    Protesters in Baltimore furious over the death of Freddie Gray were arrested on Saturday as clashes broke out with police in riot gear outside the Oriole Park baseball stadium. Several police patrol cars were smashed in an abrupt move by demonstrators, who were chased out of downtown streets by doze ... Read More

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