Israeli Police Arrest Suspect for Bomb Threats Made Against American Jewish Centers
NBCNews.com, 23 March at 20:47
Israeli police arrested a 19-year-old man Thursday in connection with the wave of bomb threats and hoaxes against Jewish community centers in America, authorities in Israel said. The unnamed man — a dual U.S.-Israeli citizen — is Jewish himself
House Intelligence Chair Nunes apologizes for how he handled revelations surrounding Trump and his aides
Washington Post, 23 March at 20:37
House Intelligence Committee Democrats say Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) apologized to them Thursday during a closed-door meeting for his handling of revelations about surveillance that potentially could have been collected about President Trump ...
Senate votes to block internet privacy regulations
The Hill, 23 March at 20:19
The Senate passed a resolution Thursday that would dismantle a set of internet privacy rules approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) last year. The rules, which the FCC passed in a party-line vote in October, require internet service ...
19-year-old arrested in Israel in connection with bomb threats against US Jewish community centers
Los Angeles Times, 23 March at 20:10
Israeli police on Thursday arrested a 19-year-old man suspected of phoning in a series of bomb threats against Jewish community centers across the United States. The wave of threats prompted community center evacuations and stoked concern among ...
Ukraine's leader calls killing of Putin critic a Russian terror act
CNN, 23 March at 20:02
Kiev, Ukraine (CNN) A former Russian lawmaker and Kremlin critic who fled to Ukraine last year was shot dead Thursday in Kiev -- a killing that Ukraine's president called a "Russian state terrorist act." Denis Voronenkov, who'd been a Communist member
Rick Perry Casts Doubt on Election of Openly Gay Student Body President
NBCNews.com, 23 March at 19:57
After Texas A&M University elected its first openly gay student president, Secretary of Energy Rick Perry took a break from national politics on Wednesday to question if his alma mater's election process was rigged in the name of diversity. In an
Fact-checking Trump's TIME interview on truths and falsehoods
PolitiFact, 23 March at 19:50
President Donald Trump defended some of the most controversial claims he's made in an interview with TIME magazine published March 23. (Inform). Confronted by his most flagrant falsehoods, President Donald Trump finally faced the question of why he ...
Gorsuch's supporters and critics make last-ditch pleas
Politico, 23 March at 19:49
Neil Gorsuch is a man with “truly remarkable intelligence” and “oft-demonstrated integrity,” an “elegant and accessible writer” who regularly takes his tight-knit circle of law clerks on vigorous runs throughout Denver. Or, the Supreme Court nominee is
5 things no one tells you about having a puppy in college
USA TODAY College, 23 March at 19:39
Over winter break, the ethos of an ASPCA commercial and a coinciding Facebook post showing pictures of puppies got me to hop in my car, drive to the Dallas Animal Shelter, and adopt a border collie mix. We're going on three months of hating bath time, ...
Nunes apologizes for going directly to White House with monitoring claims
Politico, 23 March at 19:22
House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes apologized to members of his panel Thursday for not informing Rep. Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat, before going public with allegations that Trump transition messages were inadvertently intercepted by U.S. ...
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