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Linda Sarsour says 'fascist' White House poses biggest threat to Jews

Linda Sarsour says 'fascist' White House poses biggest threat to Jews

Avowed hate-peddler Linda Sarsour asserted Tuesday night that the “fascist” White House poses the greatest current threat to the Jewish community.
Salvadoran officer handed to Spain in Jesuit massacre case

Salvadoran officer handed to Spain in Jesuit massacre case

Spanish authorities say a former Salvadoran colonel has been extradited to Spain to face charges relating to the 1989 massacre of six Jesuit priests and two others in El Salvador.
Cyprus to probe state prosecutor's leaked emails to Russia

Cyprus to probe state prosecutor's leaked emails to Russia

Cyprus' government has appointed a top civil servant to probe leaked emails that have raised concerns they may have influenced ongoing court cases involving Russia.
Pennsylvania nursing home fire victims ID'd

Pennsylvania nursing home fire victims ID'd

Authorities in Pennsylvania have identified the four victims of a fire that destroyed a senior citizens home.
South Sudan violence against women is twice global average

South Sudan violence against women is twice global average

The "shocking scale" of violence against women and girls in South Sudan is double the global average, a new study released Wednesday says.
Zimbabwe court acquits activist charged with subversion

Zimbabwe court acquits activist charged with subversion

A Zimbabwean judge has acquitted a pastor of charges that he tried to subvert the government of former President Robert Mugabe and invited people to commit violence during large anti-government
Erik Menendez expressed remorse for killing his parents during interviews for TV series

Erik Menendez expressed remorse for killing his parents during interviews for TV series

Erik Menendez wants to set the record straight on what compelled him and his brother Lyle to murder their parents on August 20, 1989.
Baltimore detective's funeral to shut down parts of I-95, other roads

Baltimore detective's funeral to shut down parts of I-95, other roads

Wednesday's funeral procession for a slain Baltimore detective will temporarily shut down portions of three interstates.
Texas man gets 1,000 years in prison in sex abuse of young girls

Texas man gets 1,000 years in prison in sex abuse of young girls

A Texas man has been sentenced to more than 1,000 years in prison after his conviction in the sexual abuse of two young girls.
Egypt president gives forces 3 months to calm restive Sinai

Egypt president gives forces 3 months to calm restive Sinai

Egypt's president has given his security forces a three-month deadline to restore "security and stability" in troubled northern Sinai following a massacre by Islamic militants there that killed 305
4 die as car crammed with migrants dives off cliff in Greece

4 die as car crammed with migrants dives off cliff in Greece

Greek authorities say four people have died after a smuggler's car carrying eight migrants drove off a 90-foot cliff during a police chase in northern Greece.
Student 'owes' $200,000 to St. Jude after fundraising tweet goes viral

Student 'owes' $200,000 to St. Jude after fundraising tweet goes viral

A student at Washington State University felt charitable last week and posted on Twitter that she would donate money to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Reps. Renacci, Meadows: New legislation would help fight opioid crisis that is causing holiday heartbreak

Reps. Renacci, Meadows: New legislation would help fight opioid crisis that is causing holiday heartbreak

Across America, far too many families and communities are spending this holiday season not with celebration or cheer, but with heartbreak over the loss or suffering of a loved one to the opioid
The Latest: Scandinavians condemn North Korea missile launch

The Latest: Scandinavians condemn North Korea missile launch

The Latest on North Korea's missile launch (all times local): 5 p.m. Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom says North Korea's ballistic missile test is an "increasing threat to global peace and
Israeli military demolishes workshop in West Bank settlement

Israeli military demolishes workshop in West Bank settlement

The Israeli military has begun demolishing an illegally-built carpentry workshop in a West Bank settlement as dozens of Jewish settlers are rallying against the move.
Mysterious slaying of detective the talk of Baltimore

Mysterious slaying of detective the talk of Baltimore

The murder of a Baltimore detective shot in the head with his own gun two weeks ago has transformed into a feeding frenzy of speculation in a city filled with armchair detectives and a suspicious view
What's new, and what's ahead, after North Korea's ICBM test

What's new, and what's ahead, after North Korea's ICBM test

Experts may debate trajectories, payload weights and re-entry shields, but North Korea's claim that the entire United States is within range of its rapidly improving missiles just got a lot more
UN war crimes court to deliver final appeals ruling

UN war crimes court to deliver final appeals ruling

A United Nations war crimes tribunal is handing down its last judgment, in an appeal by six Bosnian Croat political and military leaders who were convicted in 2013 of persecuting, expelling and