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What Would A President Clinton Do?

American politics is never without its fair share of unexpected twists, yet many political pundits believe that the Democratic front runner, Hillary Clinton, has a ‘lock’ on the nomination and, subsequently, the White House. 2,310 more words

Pollard to Be Released After 30 Years in Prison

Capping a decades-long dispute between two close allies, the United States is preparing to release convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard later this year.

Pollard, imprisoned since 1985 for passing classified information to Israel, had received a life sentence in 1987 that made him eligible for mandatory parole after 30 years. 917 more words

Middle East

TPP serves Israel's interests

The so-called Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has nothing to do with establishing trade partnership with foreign countries. It’s a political bill authored by AIPAC to protect illegal Jewish settlements… 609 more words

General

Donetsk Lugansk News Jul 27-29 2015

Wednesday, July 29, 2015
(Updated throughout the day)

Poroshenko pledges to punish those guilty of MH17 crash near Donetsk / TASS / July 29, 2015 / KIEV / Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko pledged on Wednesday to punish those responsible for the crash of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in the eastern Ukrainian Donetsk region last summer. 8,411 more words

Donbass News

Congress Will Vote No on the Nuclear Deal -- But What Will 'No' Mean?

As Secretary of State John Kerry roams the halls of Capitol Hill on Wednesday to sell the Iran deal to skeptical lawmakers, one future outcome is clear: In the next 60 days, Congress is virtually certain to voice its displeasure with the agreement in a high-profile vote. 616 more words

Obama Administration

Does This Application Form Mean That McDonald's Is Going to Open in Iran?

Despite the misgivings of a Republican majority and the Israel lobby’s tendentious muscle, Congress will probably pass the Iran nuclear deal. The agreement is a litany of… 374 more words

Kerry Signals Nuclear Talks Will Miss Congressional Deadline

Secretary of State John Kerry said on Thursday that the United States “will not be rushed” into concluding a nuclear agreement with Iran, but warned that America’s willingness to negotiate an agreement is not indefinite. 493 more words

Middle East