US Paroles Israeli Spy as Iran Deal Comes Under Increasing Fire
Jonathan Pollard, a former U.S. Navy intelligence analyst convicted of spying for Israel, will be released on parole on Nov. 21 after 30 years in prison, a federal parole board ruled on Tuesday. Pollard's planned release, which was quickly welcomed by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, would remove a longstanding irritant in U.S.-Israel relations at a time of increased friction between the two close allies over President Barack Obama's landmark nuclear deal with Iran. [Full Story]
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US Paroles Israeli Spy as Iran Deal Comes Under Increasing Fire
Mike Huckabee to Critics: I'd Say 'Oven' Comment Even as President
Mike Huckabee isn't backing down from his controversial comments on the deal with Iran, and said Tuesday that if he is elected president, he would not have a problem using the same language concerning other deals with the Middle Eastern country. ... [Full Story] |
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Netanyahu 'Looking Forward' to US Release of Spy Pollard
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Florida Man Charged in Alleged Bomb Plot for Islamic State
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NFL Upholds Brady's Four-game Suspension for Role in 'Deflategate'
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday upheld the four-game suspension [Full Story]
NFL Upholds Brady's Four-game Suspension for Role in 'Deflategate'
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday upheld the four-game suspension given to quarterback Tom Brady for his role in a scheme to deflate the footballs in the AFC championship game that put the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. Brady, one of the National Football... [Full Story]
Jeb Bush Snares Big Democratic Donors
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Zogby: Biden May Jump in Race as Clinton Viewed 'Unelectable'
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is still the strong frontrunner in the Democratic presidential race, but continuing problems regarding her email server and low voter-trust numbers will eventually bring in another candidate, pollster John Zogby tells Newsmax TV.... [Full Story] |
Obama in Ethiopia: 'If I Ran Again, I Could Win'
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CDC Should Admit Coverup of Vaccine-Autism Link: Top Doctor
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