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Analysis: Why Netanyahu? It’s More Than Just Nationalism – ABC News

It’s a mystery to many: Benjamin Netanyahu’s campaign gained steam when he ruled out the creation of a Palestinian state, and he seems determined to continue settling occupied land with Jews. So why would Israelis again back policies that promise friction of all kinds — and will dramatically dilute the Jewish character of their hard-won state by making it eventually inseparable from the millions of Palestinians in the West Bank?…

Posted: Thursday, March 19, 2015

Tunisia president says country ‘in a war with terror’ after Tunis museum … – Fox News

Tunisia’s president said late Wednesday that his country was “in a war with terror” and condemned what he described as “savage minority groups” after gunmen stormed a museum in the capital, Tunis, killing 23 people. Meanwhile, early Thursday, the country’s prime minister told French radio station RTL that one of the attackers was known to the country’s intelligence services, but no formal link had been established with any terror groups….

Posted: Thursday, March 19, 2015

Why Netanyahu victory isn’t likely to make US-Israel relations worse (+video) – Christian Science Monitor

Washington — It’s safe to say that President Obama was hoping for a different outcome in Israel’s election Tuesday – just as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu did little to hide his preference for Mitt Romney in the last American presidential election. But Mr. Netanyahu will govern for an unprecedented fourth term that is likely to extend beyond Mr. Obama’s last day in office. No one anticipates a sudden dissipation…

Posted: Thursday, March 19, 2015

Netanyahu Says He’ll Work Quickly to Form New Government – New York Times

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Posted: Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Obama’s Favorite Isn’t Netanyahu as Israelis Head to the Polls – Bloomberg

(Bloomberg) — There’s little doubt about whom U.S. President Barack Obama favors in Tuesday’s Israeli elections. After years of public acrimony between Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu, a victory by Isaac “Bougie” Herzog, co-leader of the Zionist Union, would give the president the opportunity to reset strained U.S.-Israeli ties at a critical time for his policies in the region. “Without doubt, if Herzog forms the next government,…

Posted: Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Netanyahu Declares No Palestinian State If He’s Re-elected – New York Times

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Posted: Monday, March 16, 2015

Arrested real estate heir Robert Durst to head to California to face murder charge – Fox News

Real estate heir Robert Durst will be heading back to California to face a first-degree murder charge after waiving extradition during a hearing Monday. Durst, 71, appeared before a judge in New Orleans. He was arrested Saturday in New Orleans on murder charges the night before an HBO documentary broadcast audio of him muttering “What the hell did I do? Killed them all, of course.” ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT Magistrate Harry Cantrell…

Posted: Monday, March 16, 2015

Did subject of HBO documentary really ‘kill them all’? – USA TODAY

New York City real estate heir Robert Durst leaves a Houston courtroom On August 15, 2014.(Photo: Pat Sullivan, AP) Eccentric real-estate heir Robert Durst faced an extradition hearing on a murder charge Monday, hours after an HBO documentary was aired in which he mumbled “What did I do? Kill them all, of course.” Durst, 71, outcast member of a prominent New York family, was taken into custody in a New…

Posted: Monday, March 16, 2015

On HBO Documentary ‘The Jinx,’ Robert Durst Says He ‘Killed Them All’ – New York Times

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Posted: Monday, March 16, 2015

Cyclone ‘devastates’ South Pacific islands of Vanuatu – BBC News

14 March 2015 Last updated at 04:56 Residents in Vanuatu emerged from their shelters on Saturday to take stock of the damage Cyclone Pam has slammed into the south Pacific archipelago of Vanuatu leaving “complete devastation”, aid agencies say. Tom Skirrow, of Save the Children, said houses in the capital Port Vila were destroyed and “people are…

Posted: Saturday, March 14, 2015

Secret Service Inquiry Follows Agents’ Crash at White House – New York Times

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Posted: Thursday, March 12, 2015

Ferguson police chief steps down; official calls it ‘long overdue’ – Los Angeles Times

Ferguson, Mo., Police Chief Thomas Jackson, the face of a department engulfed by unrest after last summer’s shooting death of black 18-year-old Michael Brown, had fended off repeated calls to step down, but agreed on Wednesday to do just that. “After a lot of soul-searching, it is very hard for him to leave, and for us to have him leave,” said Mayor James Knowles III, who announced Jackson’s departure at…

Posted: Thursday, March 12, 2015

Iran Nuclear Deal, If Reached, Wouldn’t Be ‘Legally Binding,’ Kerry Says – Wall Street Journal

WASHINGTON—Secretary of State John Kerry, in an often contentious Senate hearing, told lawmakers Wednesday the U.S. isn’t negotiating a “legally binding” agreement with Iran, meaning future presidents could choose not to implement the accord. The back-and-forth between the GOP and the Obama administration over the deal has grown heated within recent weeks. On Monday, a group of 47 GOP senators sent an open letter to Iran’s leaders…

Posted: Thursday, March 12, 2015

Hillary Clinton Says ‘It Would Have Been Better’ to Use Two Email Accounts – NBCNews.com

Hillary Clinton acknowledged Tuesday that it “would have been better” to use a government email address along with the personal one she used while secretary of state at her first press conference since the controversy erupted earlier this month. But the likely 2016 presidential frontrunner insisted she did not violate any federal regulation and never risked…

Posted: Tuesday, March 10, 2015

“False” and “dangerous”—Joe Biden responds to Republican senators’ Iran letter – Quartz

I served in the United States Senate for thirty-six years. I believe deeply in its traditions, in its value as an institution, and in its indispensable constitutional role in the conduct of our foreign policy. The letter sent on March 9th by forty-seven Republican Senators to the Islamic Republic of Iran, expressly designed to undercut a sitting President in the midst of sensitive international negotiations, is beneath the dignity of…

Posted: Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Oklahoma University shuts ‘disgraceful’ fraternity for racist video – Reuters

NORMAN, Okla. (Reuters) – The University of Oklahoma closed a fraternity linked to a video of students singing racial epithets, ordered its members to move out of the house and labeled the actions of those involved “disgraceful.” “Effective immediately, all ties and affiliations between the university and the local SAE (Sigma Alpha Epsilon) chapter are hereby severed,” University President David Boren said on Monday. Members have until midnight on Tuesday…

Posted: Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Essay: The Tainted ‘Gentlemen’ of Sigma Alpha Epsilon – NBCNews.com

“There will never be a n***** SAE”, those were the words so cheerfully sang by members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s University of Oklahoma chapter on their way to “date night.” That hateful and scripted chant came from SAE, a fraternity whose creed is the True Gentleman written by John Walter Wayland in 1899: The True Gentleman is the man whose conduct proceeds from good will and an acute sense…

Posted: Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Sigma Alpha Epsilon must leave frat house by midnight Tues. – New York Daily News

Posted: Monday, March 09, 2015

Univ. of Oklahoma President: Frat Members ‘Disgraceful’ – ABC News

The president of the University of Oklahoma chastised members of a fraternity on Monday who participated in a racist chant caught on video, calling them disgraceful and their behavior reprehensible. President David Boren joined students at a pre-dawn rally on the Norman campus, just hours after the Sigma Alpha Epsilon said an investigation confirmed the contents of the online video and announced the local chapter would close. The video shows…

Posted: Monday, March 09, 2015

International Women’s Day marches around the world call for an end to sexual … – Globalnews.ca

TORONTO – From New York to Turkey men and women gathered for demonstrations to mark International Women’s Day. Thousands gathered at the United Nations in New York City for a march to Times Square to join the voices around the world demanding an end to sexual violence against women and equality in the workplace. UN Secretary – General Ban Ki-Moon said Sunday the gains made for gender equality have been too…

Posted: Monday, March 09, 2015