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NYT Shines Bright Light on Killing of Palestinian Medic

Are you trying to make sense of the deadly, seemingly neverending violence between Israel and the Palestinians? David M. Halbfinger, who is the Jerusalem bureau chief of The New York Times, points to the killing last June of  20-year-old Rouzan al-Najjar, a v...
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

US Calls for Yemen Cease-Fire, Political Talks

WASHINGTON — At an apparent turning point in one of its hardest foreign policy challenges, the Trump administration is demanding a cease-fire and the launch of U.N.-led political talks to end the Saudi-Iran pro...

Student Debt Could Lead to US Financial Meltdown

Student debt now could lead to an economic catastrophe in the future. The New York Times reports that student borrowing is at $1.5 trillion. "Many borrowers are already falling behind. During the second q...
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25 Years Later, Oslo Accords Fail to Deliver for Palestinians

Twenty-five years ago, the Oslo accords heralded a promising new era in the long quest for peace between Israelis and Palestinians. The agreements, signed on the White House lawn on September 13, 1993, "culminated in mutual recognition between Israel and th...