Lieberman praises Haredim’s moderate position on IDF draft law

'Anyone who was looking for an excuse to call early elections will have to find another excuse,' Lieberman says after ...
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Cheesy Pork Steaks are quick to make _ and delicious to eat

The appeal of a dish consisting of just five ingredients is pretty obvious — it's easy to make and it ...
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Sears files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection

The company was facing a deadline to pay back millions of dollars in loans.
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Palestinian shot and killed after trying to stab solider in West Bank

Israeli military says that soldiers stationed at West Bank junction shot and killed Palestinian assailant after he tried to stab ...
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Prince Harry revealed his desire for fatherhood three years ago on last trip to New Zealand

Prince Harry made no secret of his desire to start a family long before he met Meghan Markle. Even as ...
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The Latest: Tourists in London react to royal baby news

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Two dead, over 200 injured in Taiwan quake

Two dead, over 200 injured in Taiwan quakeA 6.4-magnitude quake on the east coast of Taiwan has left two dead and more than 200 injured, the government said, after buildings crumbled and trapped people inside. A hotel and an apartment block were the worst hit by the quake in the port city of Hualien, according to the national fire agency. Five more buildings including a hospital have also been damaged with roads strewn with rubble, cracks along highways and damaged buildings tilted at angles.

Lawmaker warns U.S. Attorney General against stifling whistleblowers

Lawmaker warns U.S. Attorney General against stifling whistleblowersBy Sarah N. Lynch WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. Justice Department memo issued in January to employees about their communications with Congress may run afoul of rules designed to protect government whistleblowers from being muzzled, a Republican lawmaker said on Tuesday. In a Feb. 5 letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley said he feared the Jan. 29 memo was an attempt to “prevent direct communications between federal employees and Congress.” Grassley, a whistleblower advocate, released both documents on Tuesday.