The Oslo Accords’ Last Remnants Are Under Fire. Don’t Let Them Die.

Whether Netanyahu is re-elected or not, Israel and the Palestinians have set precedents this summer that could destroy any chance of achieving a lasting peace.
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Apple ditched iCloud encryption plans after FBI complaints: report
Just days after President Trump slammed Apple for refusing to break into the iPhones used by a gunman who killed three people at a Florida naval base, a report has emerged claiming that the tech giant is much more deferential to the federal government than previously thought. Apple two years ago ditched plans to let...
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U.S. Senate rejects second Democratic bid for documents in Trump impeachment trial
The Republican-controlled U.S. Senate rejected a second Democratic bid on Tuesday to obtain documents and evidence in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, an early sign the trial could proceed along lines favorable to Trump.
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2020 Daily Trail Markers: Sanders apologizes for surrogate's op-ed
"I'm sorry that op-ed appeared," Sanders told CBS News' Cara Corte.
Mohammed bin Salman Allegedly Stole Data From Jeff Bezos' Phone to Influence Washington Post Coverage: Report
Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman allegedly hacked the mobile phone of Jeff Bezos, the owner of The Washington Post, according to a report from The Guardian.
Como usted se pudiera ganar una casa de ensueño con un Honda Passport en ella
Honda renovó su asociación con HGTV, como socio automotriz exclusivo y vehículo destacado de HGTV Dream Home Giveaway del 2020.
Trump’s impeachment team embraces defense that his DOJ rejected
The issue could affect ongoing oversight investigations.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s first post-Megxit plans revealed
The pair plans to remain at the $14 million waterfront property owned by a billionaire pal on Vancouver Island for the foreseeable future, sources said.
Parents of slain Md. teen sue St. Mary’s County school officials, asserting shooting could have been prevented
Jaelynn Willey, 16, was shot by a fellow student in March 2018.
Baby boy rescued after falling 8 feet down home heating vent
"I didn’t think I had to worry about the heating vents."
Yes, things are worse now than ever before
President Donald Trump didn't create our deep political polarization. But he now runs a country divided more deeply than ever before by our partisan differences.
RuPaul and JJ Watt to host ‘Saturday Night Live’ in February
RuPaul and JJ Watt will both make their “Saturday Night Live” hosting debuts in February.
Derek Jeter misses unanimous Hall of Fame selection by one vote; Larry Walker also in
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter received all but one vote and Larry Walker exceeded the 75% necessary for election to the baseball Hall of Fame.
Deborah Dugan alleges sexual harassment and gender discrimination against Recording Academy
In complaint filed to EEOC, former Grammys boss Deborah Dugan accused the Recording Academy of sexual harassment, gender discrimination and financial misconduct.
Impeachment, Wuhan, Derek Jeter: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Associated Press top stories from January 21st
Here's the latest for January 21st: McConnell abruptly eases impeachment trial time limits; President Trump in Davos reiterates trial is a hoax
HHS Secretary Azar details efforts to stop spread of China-related coronavirus in US
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar appeared on "The Brian Kilmeade Show" Tuesday and addressed the precautions major U.S. airports are taking to prevent the spread of a mysterious coronavirus believed to have originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan.
La llegada de Chicharito al Galaxy es un deseo cumplido para Guillermo Barros Schelotto
El entrenador galáctico dijo que el mexicano tapará el hueco que dejó Zlatan Ibrahimovic en la cancha y en las gradas
Sheldon Silver’s Corruption Conviction Is Partly Overturned
Prison is still likely for Mr. Silver, the once-powerful New York State Assembly speaker.
Stuck in their seats, senators confront trial tedium
The first real day of the impeachment proceedings began with all 100 senators silently observing the historic proceedings.
Elliot Benchetrit defends himself after backlash for asking a ball girl to peel a banana
French tennis player Elliot Benchetrit responds to criticism for asking a ball girl to peel a banana for him at an Australian Open qualifier.
Opinion: Derek Jeter's election to Baseball Hall of Fame comes at perfect time
Derek Jeter, the Yankees captain who helped win five World Series titles, was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Tuesday.
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Alan Dershowitz: 'I retract' 1998 claim no 'technical crime' required for impeachment
Member of President Trump's impeachment defense team, Alan Dershowitz, sought to set the record straight on Twitter Tuesday regarding statements he made about former President Bill Clinton's impeachment trial in 1998.
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The role of the U.S. Chief Justice, a treaty concerning an historic shipwreck, and the potential of a new protein powder as a food source are today's topics.
Carrie Underwood shares rare photo of 1-year-old son Jacob on his birthday
Carrie Underwood is a proud mom.
Baseball Hall of Fame 2020: Legends welcome Derek Jeter to Cooperstown
Derek Jeter was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Tuesday night, and the stars waiting for him in Cooperstown are already welcoming him to their exclusive club. Goose Gossage: “Derek Jeter is one of my favorite — if not my favorite — players since I’ve been out of the game. Not only was a...
Derek Jeter, Larry Walker elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame
Derek Jeter and Larry Walker are going to Cooperstown.
Derek Jeter elected to Baseball Hall of Fame, stunningly misses unanimous vote
The Captain is officially headed to Cooperstown. Derek Jeter, the greatest shortstop in Yankees history, was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Tuesday, the BBWAA announced. He fell just short of joining former teammate Mariano Rivera as a unanimous selection, but Jeter will forever be enshrined among the game’s best nonetheless. Jeter got...
Huawei CFO fights extradition from Canada to US
Lawyers for a senior executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei argued Tuesday that allowing her extradition to the United States would result in Canada bowing to foreign law (Jan. 21)
READ: Adam Schiff's opening statement at Senate impeachment trial
The Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump began in earnest on Tuesday, and Rep. Adam Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, led the House managers in arguing to Trump's impeachment. Read his opening statement below:
Why Everyone’s Angry About American Dirt
It involves four different New York Times articles.
Unlocking Apple iPhones needs congressional guidance on court warrants
Case of the shooter in Pensacola, Florida, is interesting because iPhone unlocking solutions are available, writes associate professor Darren Hayes.
Shapiro: AOC trying to explain economics is like 'a badger trying to explain calculus'
Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro slammed Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. for her recent remarks on the ills of the capitalist system during an event commemorating Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Honda recalls 2.4 million cars to replace air bag inflators
But Japanese automaker says latest recall doesn't involve the volatile chemical linked to multiple deaths.
Cal State eyes postponing vote to raise math requirement
The head of Cal State University asks trustees to delay a vote on adding a fourth year of quantitative reasoning as an admissions requirement.
GOP senators to watch when Senate votes on impeachment trial witnesses
The decision about whether witnesses will be heard in the Senate trial is likely to come down to a handful of senators.
Iran General Succeeding Soleimani Vows Revenge by Facing U.S. 'in a Manly Way'
Iranian Revolutionary Guard Quds Force commander Esmail Ghaani argued that the U.S. was "not man enough" to take on Major General Qassem Soleimani "on the battlefield."
How Any 4 Republicans Could Control Trump's Impeachment Trial: Analysis
The move to modify a resolution to outline the rules for President Trump's Senate impeachment trial underscored the power that a small group of Republican lawmakers wield over leadership.
Collins and Romney hold the keys in the impeachment trial. Here’s what they signaled on Day One.
Collins asserted herself to make a rule change, while Romney warned Democrats against excess outrage.
CNN's Jeffrey Toobin praises Schiff, Dems: 'I don't want to sound like a partisan,' but they've been 'so much better'
CNN chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin showered House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif, and other Democrats with praise over their handling of the impeachment trial, declaring they're "so much better" than President Trump's defense team.
Virginia Senate Advances ‘Red Flag’ Law, Despite Richmond Pro-Gun Rally
Republicans blasted the bill as an assault on gun rights and civil liberties
Nuevo estudio muestra algunas ganancias para las mujeres en la música, pero los hombres aún dominan las listas de éxitos
Las mujeres siguen siendo ampliamente superadas en número por los hombres en las listas de música pop y en los Premios Grammy, según muestra un nuevo estudio de la USC.
WNBA Players’ New Contract Is a Good Step—but It’s Not Enough
These victories might taste sweeter had the league not been dragged here by a crisis.
Dana Perino: Schumer risks losing public, Senate interest with amendments to Trump impeachment trial
"The Five" host Dana Perino said Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y. risks losing the public's -- and the U.S. Senate's -- attention if he continues to offer "amendments" to debate and then vote on in regard to the parameters of the Trump impeachment trial.
5 countries with the highest declining birthrates
Around the world, many nations are experiencing declining birthrates, a phenomenon that leads to a declining workforce able to support the older population. Yet the exact reasons for this trend, as wells as governments’ efforts to reverse it, differ based on a country’s circumstances. Here are some of the top five countries with declining birthrates, and what they are doing to address it:
Top 20: These are the best airports for food in the US
Wanderu, a search and booking platform, looked at the busiest airports in the U.S. to determine the best airports for food. See the top 20.
How Trump's impeachment trial may look similar to Clinton's, and how it will not
As President Trump's impeachment trial gets underway, both sides look to how the Senate handled the proceeding during President Clinton's trial.