Jerusalem—Officials in Jerusalem acknowledged yesterday that Israeli advisers were helping Kenyan security forces negotiate with the Somali terrorists reported to be holding hostages in a Nairobi mall where at least 59 persons have thus far been killed in two days of violence.
Leaders of the effort to defund the health care law pointed to Friday’s vote to defund Obamacare as a legislative victory and provided additional insight into their plan if the legislation does not succeed in the Senate on Sunday.
Surrounded by centuries of the collective recorded wisdom of a prosperous, self-governing people, the astrobiologist posed the question to a crowd of about 50 onlookers.
JERUSALEM—Forty years after the Yom Kippur War opinion is still divided in Israel over whether that conflict revealed imperfections in the national character or whether it was the greatest military accomplishment in Israel’s history.
The State Department’s senior arms control negotiator has been an unconfirmed acting undersecretary for 19 months at the same time she oversaw violations and verification of arms accords.
The federal government is spending more than $13 million on studies designed to determine how a variety of groups can learn to quit smoking.
The Cleveland Clinic’s announcement this week that it is reducing its payroll to cut costs in response to Obamacare reveals the squeeze that President Barack Obama’s signature domestic legislation is putting on doctors and hospitals, health care experts say.
Russian lawmaker Alexey Pushkov, who derided the Navy Yard shooting on Sept. 16 as an example of “American exceptionalism” on Twitter, is an advisory board member at the National Interest, a journal published by the Center for the National Interest.
Administrators and campus security told students at California’s Modesto Junior College that they could not hand out copies of the Constitution to fellow students on Constitution Day.