U.S. officials join forces with hackers in effort to safeguard future elections

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has said that Russian hackers targeted 21 U.S. state election systems in the 2016 ...
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A proper restricting of the police’s authority

The High Court has showed that the police’s policy of requiring a permit for any demonstration over 50 people is ...
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Thousands of visitors throng Gush Etzion

Thousands of people coming from all over the world thronged Gush Etzion in recent days.

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Slain Pitt student had restraining order against boyfriend

PITTSBURGH (AP) — A University of Pittsburgh student found dead in her off-campus home during the weekend had recently filed ...
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Expecting the unexpected

Watch: ILTV speaks with Brig. Gen. (res.) Gal Hirsch, Chairman of Defensive Shield Holdings, author of "Defensive Shield".

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Photos Capture Destructive Fury Of Fires In California Wine Country

More than a dozen wildfires have ignited across California wine country in the last 24 hours, leading to at least ...
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Investigators talking to brother of gunman in Las Vegas shooting

Investigators talking to brother of gunman in Las Vegas shootingInvestigators are talking to the brother of a gunman who killed 58 people in Las Vegas last week before he shot himself to death as they seek to determine what motivated the mass shooting, officials said Monday. The shooter, Stephen Paddock, 64, was seen on numerous occasions in Las Vegas without any person accompanying him and he gambled the night before the shooting, Las Vegas Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said at a news conference. “This individual purposely hid his actions leading up to this event, and it is difficult for us to find the answers,” said Lombardo, who agreed he was frustrated with the speed of the investigation.


Trump-Corker spat complicates drive for tax reform in U.S. Senate

Trump-Corker spat complicates drive for tax reform in U.S. SenateBy David Morgan WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A public feud between President Donald Trump and influential fellow Republican Bob Corker could narrow the path for a tax overhaul in the U.S. Senate, where a Republican go-it-alone effort is already showing signs of disunity. Days after the Republican-controlled Congress took important steps toward advancing tax legislation, Trump’s Twitter attacks on Senator Corker over the weekend threatened to further alienate the president from other key Republicans such as Senator John McCain, whose “No” vote was pivotal in the party’s failure to repeal Obamacare in July.