"Any sudden changes would cause irreparable harm," write the ancient city's Christian representatives.
The change on Sunday morning will give Europeans an extra hour in bed.
Barack Obama was joined by George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter at the One America appeal concert.
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Harry Kane scored twice as Spurs claimed victory to move to third place in the Premier League.
If passed, the legislation would also enable anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers to operate without risk of political restriction.
Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Israel "will not agree to the return of a single refugee" within the 1967 borders of historic Palestine.
A pro-Bernie Sanders supporter posted extracts from Clinton's 1996 book which suggests the convicted black people working for her were “emotional illiterates.”
ISIS claimed responsibility for the shooting via its Amaq news agency.
The attack took place near the entrance to the German embassy.
Soundgarden, which split amicably in 1997, was credited with reinventing heavy metal, inventing grunge, killing heavy metal and killing grunge.
The Obama administration's Justice Department notified the Trump transition team about Flynn's secret work as a lobbyist for the Turkish government weeks before inauguration.
The vote is scheduled for June 8.
Triggering article 50 will begin a two-year period in which the U.K. will negotiate any future relationship with the EU.
Newsweek staffers dish out their best advice for making the most out of a snowy situation.