Nelson Mandela’s family said Saturday “We have lost a great man, a son of the soil,” in their first statement.
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Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Friday evening he doesn’t believe his country can reach a peace deal with Palestinians in the next year.
Lieberman is in Washington this weekend to participate in Brookings Institution’s Saban Forum and to meet with Secretary of State John Kerry.
“To speak frankly, I don’t believe that it’s possible in the next year, this year, to achieve comprehensive solution, to achieve some break-through. But I think that it’s crucial to keep our dialogue,” Lieberman said in an interview at the Saban Forum Friday with the Washington Post’s David Ignatius.
The new president swaped traditional clerical garb for sports gear to soften his image.
The report suggests Pentagon officials may have misled lawmakers on the 2011 purchase of helicopters.
The defense secretary arrived despite tensions with the U.S.-backed Afghan regime.
The president thanked her for Mandela's profound influence on the world.
The U.S. and 158 other World Trade Organization members agreed Saturday to a $1 trillion trade deal.
Millions of Americans will lose this lifeline if unemployment benefits aren't extended.
"Look no further than this healthcare law,” Rep. Renee Ellmers (R-N.C.) said.
The first family braved wind and rain to light the national Christmas tree.