NATO leaders recently said they are "further strengthening our ability to deter and defend with an appropriate mix of nuclear, conventional, and missile defense capabilities."
Rabbi Jack Moline said the president himself is "fanning the flames" of bigotry by using anti-Semitic tropes.
Scientists discovered the depth of the trench while creating BedMachine, the most accurate map of Antarctica's land to date.
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Longines has combined the femininity of materials and dynamic lines to create the new Conquest Classic. Perfectly suited for the women of today, it remains faithful to the brand's iconic elegance while offering new dials that mix mother-of-pearl, diamonds and touches of pink.
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The world is shrinking and the concept of a "global marketplace" has never been more appreciable. Which universities are best preparing tomorrow’s international thought leaders?
Reza Pahlavi, the exiled heir to the now-defunct Iranian throne, tells Newsweek that the bloody unrest in his home country can only be solved by removing the regime in Tehran.
"They do not agree with" Trump and "think that the course that he is on is wrong for America," Representative Denny Heck said.
"We need to see more of this kind of compromise," said Ali Noorani, executive director of the National Immigration Forum.
If North Korea's "Christmas gift" turns out to be a nuclear or long-range missile test, Harry Kazianis says "get ready for maximum pressure 2.0: More sanctions, more nasty tweets and threats of nuclear war."
"It's a tragic case, but we knew this was going to happen," said immigration attorney Richard Sterger.
Former Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin issued a pardon to Patrick Brian Baker, who was convicted in the 2014 death of Donald Mills.
Bad luck has beset the vessel before—a crane smashed onto its deck last October and it lost two planes in the Syrian conflict.
Rebecca Kaplan said she contacted a cruise ship company about docking a vessel at the Port of Oakland to house as many as 1,000 homeless people.
Eric Holder, who was attorney general in the Obama administration, attacked William Barr in an op-ed for "running political interference for an increasingly lawless president."
Iran has vowed to defy "hegemonic powers" trying to limit its naval capabilities and has sought to court major Eastern powers amid tensions with the West.
The president targeted Greta Thunberg on Twitter after she won Time's Person of the Year award for her climate change activism.
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We're talking about dishes that are best in their own environment, that don't travel so well. Here is our highly subjective list of dishes that are worth traveling for around the world.
Books have always had the ability to transport readers, whisking them away to faraway lands. Cozy up and plot your next getaway at these unique bookstores around the world.
Christmas isn't just an odd holiday in North America. All over the world, people celebrate in wacky ways on December 25, such as rollerblading to church in Venezuela and making a reservation at KFC for Christmas Eve dinner in Japan.
Colombia is living a moment. With President Iván Duque one year into his tenure, the Andean nation is shrugging off its unfair reputation and proving just how vast its previously untapped potential was.
Qatar is one of the fast-growing regional economies and among the most promising in the MENA region, maintaining balanced growth rates despite various global challenges.
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