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South Dakota Sen. John Thune is entering the race to be the next Republican leader of the U.S. Senate once Sen. Mitch McConnell steps away from the post in November.

More than one-third of the total delegates available in both the Republican and Democratic presidential primaries will be awarded on Super Tuesday, when 16 states and one U.S. territory hold

The U.N. envoy focusing on violence against women in conflict said in a new report Monday that there are “reasonable grounds” to believe Hamas committed assault, torture, and other cruel

After two and a half years of investigation, the state commission of inquiry into the 2021 Meron disaster will present its report to the government on Wednesday, followed by immediate

The White House on Monday lifted its COVID-19 testing requirement for those who plan to be in close contact with President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and their spouses,

The Federal Aviation Administration said Monday its audit of 737 Max manufacturing at airplane-maker Boeing and its key supplier turned up “multiple instances” of them failing to make sure manufacturing

A security expert has issued a stark warning that Britain’s terror threat level has reached its highest point since the 9/11 attacks, with a “real risk” of coordinated terrorist action

Divisive talk and incitement in Israel considerably deceased following the October 7th massacre but in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to force the government to explain why Chareidim shouldn’t be

In recent days, IDF forces from the 98th Division have surrounded the Hamad area of western Khan Younis and are hunting for terrorists who fled the combat areas of the

An opinion article by the Wall Street Journal’s Editorial Board accuses US President Joe Biden of playing into Hamas’s strategy by placing the onus of providing aid to Gazan civilians

In an interview with the BBC today, Basim Naim, a member of Hamas’ politburo, claimed that the terror organization is unable to provide a list of living hostages because it

The European Union leveled its first antitrust penalty against Apple on Monday, fining the U.S. tech giant nearly $2 billion for breaking the bloc’s competition laws by unfairly favoring its

A poll finds that a significant share of U.S. adults doubt the mental capabilities of 81-year-old President Joe Biden and 77-year-old Donald Trump, the former president and current Republican front-runner

NATO kicked off an exercise on Monday to defend its newly expanded Nordic territory when more than 20,000 soldiers from 13 nations take part in drills lasting nearly two weeks

On the background of the Supreme Court’s decision to force the government to explain why Chareidim shouldn’t be drafted to the IDF and the resulting political debate on the matter,

China’s government said Monday it is eliminating an annual news conference by the premier that was one of the rare times a top Chinese leader took questions from journalists. Lou

IDF forces eliminated Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorists in the central Gaza Strip who launched rockets at the Be’eri and Chatzeirim kibbutzim less than thirty minutes after the launch. Over the

Kamala Harris in her meeting with Israeli War Cabinet member Benny Gantz has reiterated her support for Israel’s right to defend itself, a readout from the White House says. “She

The U.N. human rights chief called Monday for a quick end to the “repression of independent voices” in Russia and expressed concerns about the “persecution” of opposition leader Alexei Navalny,

A federal judge on Monday rejected U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez’s claims that search warrants that led to corruption charges and the discovery of gold bars and cash at his New

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