The wake-up call for Israel will come but moderate voices will no longer be around by then.
Under Trump's proposed budget, all 54 staff roles within the Community Relations Service will be slashed.
This question must be asked in light of the EU's policies toward the conflict, writes Michael Oren.
The pair wrote an open letter to Lorde, urging her to "join the artistic boycott of Israel."
The deputy speaker of Israel's parliament writes about his forced removal from the vice president's speech.
Special interest groups held events at Trump properties on at least 40 instances.
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said, "what the Saudis do...is certainly a betrayal of the Islamic Ummah and the Muslim World."
Trump and other Republicans have accused Andrew McCabe of misconduct.
Syria, Iran and Hezbollah's so-called axis of resistance may have found itself new Palestinian and Iraqi partners opposed to Israel and the U.S.
Pyongyang is barred from carrying out any launch using ballistic missile technology, including satellites.
"When I saw her sitting in the Israeli military court I felt helpless and scared for her," writes Bassem Tamimi.
The alliance is concerned about Moscow's presence near undersea communication lines.
Social media is intimate and personal: it seduces and elides, it cajoles and it lies.
This nation broke with the EU's consensus to abstain on a vote to condemn Trump's decision.
The despot's celebration will be marked as a normal working day in the hermit kingdom.
U.S. Central Command confirm "multiple ground operations" by American forces in the country.
The exercise, known as Warrior Strike IX, simulated infiltrating the hermit kingdom.
The president threatened to cut financial aid to any nation that votes against the U.S. at the United Nations.
Pyongyang is conducting tests to see if anthrax germs can survive at temperatures of 7,000 degrees or more.
The Gulf kingdom intercepted the rocket that targeted the residence of King Salman on Tuesday.
The U.S secretary of state said, "There is broad consensus among all the NATO members that there is no normalization of dialogue with Russia today."
Saleh recognised the need to come to the table. Now the Houthis must too, writes Yemen's ambassador to the U.K.
CHAMP missiles emit sharp pulses of microwave energy to disable electronic systems.
Russia's deputy defense minister took several jabs at the U.S., warning that it is becoming unclear what needs to happen to improve relations.
His office said it removed Peter Strzok over allegations about text messages.
The U.S. plotted to expel Palestinians fighting Israel in Lebanon and resettle them in Egypt, but Hosni Mubarak demanded an independent state.