When the ‘Big Brother’ loses in court

In major privacy win, Supreme Court rules police need warrant to track your cellphone.

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Mattis visits China amid Korea talks, strategic tensions

US Secretary of Defense James Mattis will make his first visit to China this week amid rising tensions between the ...
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Corbyn: Labour government would recognize ‘Palestine’

British Labour leader says a Labour-led government would recognize “Palestine” as a state.

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Saudi Arabia intercepts missiles fired by Houthis

Saudi air defenses intercept two missiles fired from rebel-held territory in neighboring Yemen.

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United Torah Judaism to remain in coalition

MK Moses on draft law: The law will be approved in its first reading and that's fine. By the third ...
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Can Israel be World Lacrosse champions?

Do you know that World Lacrosse championships take place in Israel?

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North Korea: Singapore urges Trump to resolve nuclear crisis

North Korea: Singapore urges Trump to resolve nuclear crisisSingapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has urged President Donald Trump to use talks to help resolve the crisis over North Korea’s nuclear ambitions. “Pressure is necessary, but so is dialogue,” Mr Lee said in joint remarks with Mr Trump in the White House Rose Garden. Mr Trump has repeatedly taken aggressive tone in his comments about North Korea, saying the US would “totally destroy” the regime if forced to defend itself or its allies.


Trump may not visit Korea DMZ

Trump may not visit Korea DMZDonald Trump may not visit the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea, breaking with what has become a rite of passage for US presidents seeking to demonstrate America’s resolve to face down Pyongyang. Most previous US presidents have visited the eerie sliver of land that separates US and South Korean troops from their North Korean adversaries. “There are certain elements of the schedule that are still being worked out,” said a senior administration official.


U.S. judge questions states seeking to restore Obamacare payments

U.S. judge questions states seeking to restore Obamacare paymentsBy Dan Levine SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A U.S. judge on Monday appeared skeptical toward a request from several states that want him to order the administration of Republican President Donald Trump to continue payments to health insurers under Obamacare. At a hearing in San Francisco federal court, U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria said he aimed to issue a ruling on Tuesday.