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Kushner and Greenblatt Will Encourage Israel to 'Take Risks for Peace'

Kushner and Greenblatt Will Encourage Israel to 'Take Risks for Peace'

Kushner is aided in his Middle East peace mission by Trump's special representative for global negotiations, Jason Greenblatt , whose qualifications consist of being a real estate lawyer who worked for the Trump Organization. Another issue discussed in the meeting was the subject of incitement by the Palestinian Authority, as one of the demands brought forward by Israel was that the PA stops paying salaries to terrorists' families.


To win, Democrats will do anything except lay off the culture war

To win, Democrats will do anything except lay off the culture war

Looking at the campaign ads eventual victor Karen Handle ran in the Georgia race, one would have thought she was running against Pelosi, not Jon Ossoff . Kathleen Rice of NY, a frequent critic of Democrat leaders, told CNN's " New Day" that it's time for a leadership change and a winning strategy.



A timeline of events in the Brendan Dassey case

Supreme Court. Brendan was just 16-years-old and mentally impaired when he confessed to helping his uncle, Steven Avery , kill Teresa Halbach . Deadline said that back in August, US Magistrate Judge William Duffin overturned the conviction on Dassey, and ruled that the confession used to convict Dassey was involuntary.


20 killed as car bomb targets Afghan bank

20 killed as car bomb targets Afghan bank

The Thursday blast targeted the New Kabul Bank branch, where members of Afghan security forces had gathered to collect their pay. "Teachers and civilians had lined up in front of New Kabul Bank to get their salaries when the auto bombing took place; many civilians were killed and injured in the bombing", said Abdul Salam Afghan, spokesman for Helmand police headquarters.



North Korea Defends Otto Warmbier's Treatment

Warmbier . A spokesman in Pyongyang was quoted by Reuters as saying the death was "a mystery". Otto Warmbier , 22, was arrested in the reclusive communist country while visiting as a tourist. Rob Portman, of the Cincinnati area, said North Korea should be "universally condemned for its abhorrent behavior". After he returned to OH, doctors determined he had suffered a "severe neurological injury" of unknown cause.



Care Bill Puts Senate in Uncharted Waters

The bill would end Obama's tax penalties on people who don't buy insurance - effectively ending the so-called individual mandate - and on larger companies that don't offer coverage to their workers. The legislation met a wall of opposition from Democrats and initial skepticism among some Republicans, leaving Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell a narrow path to passage.