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  • Palestinian leader signals willingness to extend peace talks

    Palestinian leader signals willingness to extend peace talks
    RAMALLAH, West Bank – Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas told Israeli lawmakers on Wednesday that it was still possible to revive moribund peace negotiations.
  • How to prepare for the coming 'blood moon' apocalypse

    How to prepare for the coming 'blood moon' apocalypse
    Stayed up well past my bedtime Monday night to catch the “blood moon.” Wish I would’ve known that it was a sign of the apocalypse — I might have lingered a little longer. What’s that? You didn’t know either? That&...

    Palestinian leader sees 'paradigm shift' in peace negotiations

    Palestinian leader sees 'paradigm shift' in peace negotiations
    RAMALLAH, West Bank – With the 8-month-old Palestinian-Israeli negotiations entering a state of deadlock, Palestinians spoke Monday about a "paradigm shift" in the U.S.-sponsored peace process. The talks, which were supposed to produce a peace...

    Zachary Lazar searches for meaning in 'I Pity the Poor Immigrant'

     Zachary Lazar searches for meaning in 'I Pity the Poor Immigrant'
    Meyer Lansky is one of the gravitational centers of Zachary Lazar's new novel, "I Pity the Poor Immigrant" (Little, Brown and Company: 256 pp., $25). Not so much the dapper, "Boardwalk Empire"-era gangster as Lansky in 1972 in Israel, seeking to retire...

    Pictures in the News | March 17, 2014

     
    Monday's Pictures in the News begins in the nation's capital, where a family sleds down the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol. The Washington DC area was hit with 4-6 inches of snow on St. Patrick's Day, four-days before the official arrival of spring.