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  • Israel's 'hilltop youth' are settling in

    It was a festive night for the teenage squatters in this renegade hilltop camp. A rabbi was on his way, and they were cranking up a generator, stringing light bulbs and arranging benches, turning what had been a Palestinian family's barn into a synagogue....
  • Obama says Clinton is trying to 'hoodwink,' 'bamboozle' Americans

    Obama says Clinton is trying to 'hoodwink,' 'bamboozle' Americans
    Barack Obama accused rival Hillary Rodham Clinton Monday of trying to "hoodwink" and "bamboozle" voters into thinking that she was the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination by hinting that he could take the second slot on her ticket....
  • Starring John McCain

    Some slightly disconcerting things you might have learned about Sen. John McCain had you paid attention to his biography tour this week: As a young Navy pilot in Spain, he flew a plane so low "for no good reason" that he knocked out power lines,...
  • The view from AJC

    David A. Harris, executive director of the American Jewish Committee, visited the editorial board yesterday to discuss various issues in the Middle East. Harris has recently returned from a tour of several Arab countries. Some highlights: Annapolis and...
  • Countries pledge to help Palestinian economy

    Representatives from around the world collectively endorsed the latest U.S.-backed Mideast peace initiative Monday, pledging to support the crippled Palestinian economy at a crucial moment when its moderate leaders are engaged in peace talks with Israel....
  • Bush to visit an ambivalent Israel

    For seven years, President Bush has been a distant defender of Israel, working from Washington to tilt America's policies in the Middle East more firmly behind its longtime ally. When he arrives here Wednesday on his first presidential visit, however,...
  • A room -- with nothing to sneeze about

    Slowly, ever so slowly, hotels are recognizing that travelers who suffer from severe asthma and allergies triggered by dust mites, mold, smoke, pollen, chemicals and animal dander might like to stay in hypoallergenic rooms -- for a price. With as many as...