Report: U.S. suspects Russian hacking led to Qatar crisis

American investigators examining possibility that Russian hackers planted fake news stories that resulted in Gulf states' diplomatic entanglement ...
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Why Qatar Is in the Naughty Corner

Emboldened by its closer ties to America, thanks to Trump, Saudi Arabia is punishing the emirate for engaging with Iran ...
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Sears pulls ‘Free Palestine’ clothing from its website

Sears will remove clothing line featuring the slogan “Free Palestine” from its website following complaints.

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U.S. launches airstrike on pro-government forces in Syria

The coalition's presence in Tanf, on the Damascus-Baghdad highway, meant to stop Iran-backed groups from opening an overland route between ...
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‘Yerushalayim is ours and we will never leave’

Message reverberates through music and words at Israel Day Concert in Central Park.

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Watch: Rivlin honors outstanding soldiers with disabilities

President Reuven Rivlin honors 30 outstanding soldiers with disabilities from the Special in Uniform program.

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NSA contractor faces 10-year sentence in first Espionage Act charge under Trump

NSA contractor faces 10-year sentence in first Espionage Act charge under TrumpReality Winner, the woman alleged to have leaked classified information about Russian interference in the US election, could face up to 10 years in prison if the Trump administration pursues its complaint that she violated the Espionage Act. The 25-year-old allegedly shared documents that reveal Russian intelligence agents hacked a US voting systems manufacturer in the weeks immediately before the 2016 presidential election. The government said in its criminal complaint that Winner admitted to the charge in a conversation with the FBI on 3 June, but lawyers have cautioned that cannot be seen as a definitive admission of guilt, because the information is being relayed by the government.