Hawaii says it's 1st state to go cashless for pot sales

HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii said Tuesday that it aims to be the first state to require marijuana sales to be ...
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Patient slain inside hospital by her son, authorities say

LEBANON, N.H. (AP) — A Rhode Island man has been arrested after shooting shot dead his mother in the intensive ...
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Education Ministry approves higher-cost preschools for rich

The maximum a parent pays is supposed to be 1,000 shekels, but ‘exceptions’ are being granted for up to 3,000 ...
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Paraguayan President: We like Israel very much

Paraguayan President Horacio Cartes comes to Buenos Aires to meet Netanyahu.

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Culture minister banned from ‘Israeli Oscars’ ceremony

Israel Film Academy says the Miri Regev snub follows ugly scenes during her appearance at the 2016 event, which 'overshadowed' ...
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Cancel Iran nuclear deal, Netanyahu says in Argentina

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday that the nuclear deal between world powers and Iran should be amended or ...
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Bahrain opens probe into death in protest area

Anti-government protesters run through tear gas fired by riot police Friday, April 20, 2012, to prevent them from marching toward the hub of last spring's pro-democracy uprising at the end of a mass rally just outside Manama, Bahrain. Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters flooded a major highway in Bahrain demanding a halt to the Formula One race on its first day of practice runs, as the Gulf kingdom's crown prince vowed the country's premier prestige sporting event would go ahead. (AP Photo/Hasan Jamali)Bahraini opposition groups claimed Saturday that a man was killed during clashes with security forces, threatening to sharply escalate the Gulf nation’s unrest as officials struggle under the world spotlight as hosts of the Formula One Grand Prix. Authorities opened an investigation in a bid to defuse tensions.