Last Updated:April 24 @ 05:52 pm

    Obama Refuses to Meet Netanyahu Until Iran Talks End

    After a year of tensions, and even hostility, between Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and US President Barack Obama, a mending of fences may be on the horizon - but not until final negotiations on Iran's nuclear program conclude. Last week, President Obama met with Jewish leaders at the White Hous ... Read More

    Clinton Foundation Received Cash Amid Russian Uranium Deals

    The New York Times has reported that leaders of a Canadian mining company with extensive U.S. uranium stakes made large donations to the Clinton family foundation at a time when Russia was acquiring the firm in a deal approved by the State Department under Hillary Clinton. The influential U.S. newsp ... Read More

    Ted Cruz criticizes Lynch, skips vote

    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz delivered an impassioned speech on the Senate floor against confirming Loretta Lynch, calling her unsuitable to be attorney general. Then he was the lone senator to skip the confirmation vote. "We have a nominee who has told the United St ... Read More

    Benghazi panel calls Hillary to testify

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The chairman of a House committee investigating the 2012 attacks on Americans in Benghazi, Libya, on Thursday called former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to testify at a public hearing next month, setting up a high-profile showdown over Clinton's use of a private email ... Read More

    Dead hostage's wife: US efforts to rescue husband 'disappointing'

    The wife of an American hostage killed by a US drone strike in Pakistan has placed blame for his death at the feet of both the “inconsistent and disappointing” efforts of the US government and her husband’s al-Qaida captors, who she says “will have to face their God to answer for their actions”. War ... Read More

    David Petraeus sentenced to probation for sharing classified information

    David Petraeus, the retired US army general and former CIA director responsible for the development of the hugely influential “counter-insurgency” strategy used in Iraq and Afghanistan, was sentenced on Thursday to two years’ probation and ordered to pay a fine of $100,000 for sharing highly classif ... Read More

    Who's the raisin thief?

    WASHINGTON (AP) -- A post-World War II-era program that forces raisin producers to give part of their annual crop to the government could soon be a relic of history. Several Supreme Court justices expressed doubts Wednesday that federal officials can legally take raisins away from farmers without fu ... Read More

    Michael Brown parents sue city of Ferguson in wrongful death lawsuit

    The parents of Michael Brown on Thursday sued the city of Ferguson, Missouri, and the police officer who killed their son, in a wrongful death lawsuit seeking financial damages and a court order against racially biased policing. Related: Michael Brown's family sues city of Ferguson – read the full l ... Read More

    N.C. Appeals Court overturns student's weapons conviction

    RALEIGH -- The North Carolina Court of Appeals on Tuesday reversed the 2013 conviction of then High Point University student Anna Huckelba on weapons charges resulting from her arrest at a university office on Christmas Day 2012. The three-judge panel, by a 2-1 vote, remanded the case to Guilford Co ... Read More

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