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Despite Trump Claim, Lebanon Not Against Hezbollah

BEIRUT — As US President Donald Trump recently stood beside the Lebanese prime minister praising his government for standing up to Hezbollah, the Iranian-backed organization was busy demonstrating just how wrong he was. Read more

U.S. Lawmaker Remains In Critical Condition After Attack By Gunman At Baseball Field

Washington – Congressman Steve Scalise, the No. 3 Republican in the U.S. House of Representatives, was in critical condition on Wednesday night after he and three others were shot as they practiced for a charity baseball game. Read more

Trump Pushes For Privatizing US Air Traffic Control

President Trump announced his plan Monday to privatize America’s air traffic control system and separate it from the FAA arguing the federal agency is too “antiquated” to innovate and casting the overhaul as an initial step toward improving the country’s infrastructure. Read more

Jerusalem – Official: 10,000 Police Assigned To Secure Trump’s Stay In Israel

Jerusalem – More than 10,000 police officers will take part in securing the two-day visit of US President Donald Trump, expected to take place on May 22-23. Read more

President Trump: ‘I’m Coming To Israel’

President Donald Trump will make his first state visit to Israel later this month, the president announced on Thursday. Read more

President Trump: ‘It’s Not Too Late’ To Fire Comey

President Trump on Wednesday asserted that he has “confidence” in FBI Director James Comey, but suggested it’s “not too late” to remove him from his post. Read more

Secret Service: Protecting Trump Family Comes With Additional $60M

The Secret Service added $60 million to its 2018 budget request to cover the escalating costs for protection and travel for US President Donald Trump and his family, according to internal documents. Read more

Trump Overrules National Security Adviser In Order To Keep Jewish NSC Aide Cohen-Watnick

Washington – President Donald Trump reportedly overruled a decision by his national security adviser in order to keep a National Security Council aide, Ezra Cohen-Watnick, in his current position. Read more