Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his chief challenger, Isaac Herzog, appeared to win about the same number of seats in Parliament on Tuesday, according to Israeli media and exit polls.
The new director, Joseph P. Clancy, appeared before the House Appropriations Committee to discuss the agency’s 2016 budget.
The rapper’s new album emotes on living under constant racialized surveillance and how that can lead to many types of internal monologues, some empowered, some self-loathing.
The “Downton Abbey”-themed office of Representative Aaron Schock had prompted an investigation into whether the Illinois congressman had improperly accepted interior design services.
With fewer gimmicks, Eleven Madison Park still pulls out all the stops with food and service.
In a new initiative at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, students from local high schools summon the emotional maturity to serve as guides.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Arab voters “streaming in huge quantities to the polling stations” could determine the election’s outcome.
Mr. Bush’s Catholicism, which he turned to after a campaign that strained his marriage, has become a central element of the way he shapes his life and frames his views on public policy.
Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh, 47, an airplane mechanic, tried to travel from Egypt to Turkey to Syria, prosecutors say, but was ultimately deported to the United States.
Borland, 24, is the youngest and most promising of a number of players to leave the league this off-season for a variety of reasons, including concerns about brain injuries.
A lawyer for Mr. Durst said they would fight the charges in New Orleans, both involving possession of a firearm, as well as a first-degree murder charge in Los Angeles.
The feature will at first be limited to people who are Facebook friends, but Wall Street expects that such transactions will become a big business.
The three countries said they would be part of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, which Washington views as a rival to the World Bank.
The organizers of New York City’s event lifted a ban on openly gay organizations marching, but this year only one group was admitted, and it is affiliated with NBC, the parade broadcaster.
Spanish investigators said they had reason to believe that bones found at the Convent of the Discalced Trinitarians were those of the “Don Quixote” author.
The Assad government denied the report, but activists posted video online of medics in gas masks dousing victims with water and of children in hospitals.
Nintendo, the video game maker that has long resisted a move to devices like smartphones, said it and DeNA would team up to create mobile games.
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Diana Durand received the surprising sentence on Tuesday after pleading guilty to soliciting campaign donations in the names of others for former Representative Michael G. Grimm.