Netanyahu Lauds ‘Immense’ Benefits of Normalization with Turkey The Mavi Marmara was part of a flotilla of Turkish vessels traveling to Gaza ... $20 million in Israeli compensation for families of those killed in the raid, an end to all Turkish claims against Israeli military personnel and the State of Israel over ... 06/26/2016 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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President Trump on Monday spoke with NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson to congratulate her after she set the U. S. record for the most cumulative days in space. The president called Whitson from the Oval Office, sitting a
Debbie Schlussel, a former Fox News guest, said in an interview with LawNewz.com on Monday that she didn't consider her interactions with Fox News host Sean Hannity "sexual harassment," although she continues to say the c
A group of 40 Democrats and Republicans said Monday that they would support a "clean" spending bill devoid of partisan policy riders in an effort avoid a government shutdown. Members of the bipartisan Problem Solver
If the government shuts down over funding for Donald Trump’s precious border wall, who will be to blame? Be prepared for an avalanche of “both sides” claims from journalists—even where their own reporting doesn’t back that up. Take this self-contradictory three-reporter effort from Politico. According to the lede:
President Donald Trump and Congress are on a collision course over government funding this week, as the White House demands money for a border wall with Mexico and Democrats vow it will never see a penny.
This cartoon was initially inspired by Trump’s “Obama tapped my wires” tweets, and the laughably supportive GOP response. It was supposed to run a couple weeks ago, but I ended up bumping it for a last-minute cartoon on the Syria missile strike. Bannon had just been kicked off the NSC at that point; I wasn’t entirely sure he’d still be in the White House by the time this one finally ran. It’s not easy staying ahead of the news these days.