Former Clinton Lawyer Lanny Davis Uses Client Michael Cohen’s Guilty Plea to Target Trump

Lanny Davis, the former counsel and adviser to President Bill Clinton who is representing Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s former lawyer, used his client’s guilty plea on Tuesday afternoon to target Trump.

Mollie Tibbetts murder suspect ID’d as Cristhian Rivera, 24, living in US illegally

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GOP Rep. Duncan Hunter, Wife Indicted By Grand Jury in San Diego

The California congressman, up for re-election in November, is accused of misusing $250,000.

Lamar Odom reveals he suffered 12 strokes, 6 heart attacks while in coma

Lamar Odom says it’s a miracle he’s alive, and after hearing what he went through it’s hard to argue with that.

Report: Abbas’s Son Said He’s Against Two-State Solution

TEL AVIV – President Donald Trump’s special envoy for the Middle East, Jason Greenblatt, held a secret meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ son last September on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York, veteran Israeli journal…

The Latest: Rivera tells investigators of abduction, killing

The Latest on the discovery of a body believed to be that of 20-year-old missing Iowa college student Mollie Tibbetts (all times local): 3:55 p.m. Authorities say they are holding a suspect in the death of Iowa college student Mollie Tibbetts, and he i…

Hundreds of Thousands of Israelis Now Eligible to Carry Firearms

TEL AVIV – Over half a million Israelis are now eligible to receive gun licenses after authorities significantly eased regulations with the stated aim of combating terror.  Any Israeli who has completed level 07 rifle training in the military, which includes hundreds of thousands of veterans of infantry units, can now legally carry firearms. The old directives meant Israelis needed to prove that owning a firearm was necessary for their safety, for example if they lived in a dangerous area. Those with permits were also required to attend regular training sessions and undergo psychological testing. The reform also stipulates that officers with the rank of first lieutenant and above will not be required to return their guns upon discharge. There are currently around 145,000 gun-license holders in Israel at present, excluding soldiers, police and security guards. According to the Public Security Ministry, this number will likely grow by some 40,000 in the near future. The loosened regulations also allow volunteer police and paramedics to apply for permits. “Skilled civilians carrying a gun in public contribute to a sense of security, act as an important line of defense against lone-wolf terror attacks and … thus increase public security,” Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan