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Today Show weatherman Al Roker sent a message of thanks to his fans just days after being rushed back to the hospital for ongoing health concerns. The longtime weather personality has been absent from the NBC morning program for several weeks, even missing his annual appearance at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. He recently shared […]

This month, the Biden administration will lose its authority to expel migrants under a pandemic-era restriction known as Title 42. The news comes amid another massive spike at the border where more than 400,000 migrants have illegally crossed into the U.S. in the past two months. After a long court battle, Title 42 will expire […]

Jerusalem, Israel – Security forces in Israel are preparing for rockets launched from the Gaza Strip following the death of a Palestinian Islamic Jihad commander near the northern Israeli city of Jenin Thursday. Both Hamas and Islamic Jihad threatened retaliation after Brigade Commander Muhammad Ayman al-Saadi and another terrorist were killed in clashes with Israeli […]

JERUSALEM, ISRAEL – Turkey is reportedly preparing for a ground invasion into northeast Syria, and it has prompted concerns among some Middle East experts that Ankara could threaten the lives of millions of Syrians, along with the emergence of a new democracy in the region. For weeks, Turkey’s military has been shelling towns and villages […]

WASHINGTON (AP) — China is expanding its nuclear force and is on pace to nearly quadruple the number of warheads it has by 2035, rapidly closing its gap with the United States, the Pentagon said in a report released Tuesday. The report builds on the military’s warning last year that China is expanding its nuclear […]

JERUSALEM, Israel –This week marks the 75th anniversary of the United Nations vote on the partition of Palestine in 1947, which led to the birth of modern Israel. Commemorations in Israel were more subdued this year, as the country's leaders are in the midst of negotiations for a new government, and the number of terror […]

Jerusalem, Israel – Likud Party leader Benjamin Netanyahu now says it may take another two weeks to put together a government coalition with his allies in the religious parties. Still, the leaders agreed to replace the current speaker of Israel's parliament, the Knesset, with a temporary speaker so action can begin on legislation preferred by […]

WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress is moving swiftly to prevent a looming U.S. rail workers strike, reluctantly intervening in a labor dispute to stop what would surely be a devastating blow to the nation’s economy if the transportation of fuel, food and other critical goods were disrupted. The House was expected to act first on Wednesday […]

JERUSALEM, Israel –The FBI's recent decision, at the request of the Department of Justice in Washington, to reopen an investigation into the tragic death of a Palestinian-American reporter in Israel several months ago is creating tension between Israel and the United States. The announced probe angered Israeli leaders across the political spectrum. On May 11th, […]

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. Rep. A. Donald McEachin, D-Va., died Monday after a battle with colorectal cancer, his office said. He was 61. Tara Rountree, McEachin's chief of staff, said in a statement late Monday: “Valiantly, for years now, we have watched him fight and triumph over the secondary effects of his colorectal cancer from […]

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