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Israel installs security cameras at Temple Mount entrance

Israel installs security cameras at Temple Mount entrance

It began when Israel placed metal detectors at Jerusalem's Al Aqsa mosque compound. The attack in Neve Tsuf, north of Ramallah, came after a day of clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli forces over new security measures at a highly sensitive Jerusalem holy site.


Cullerton discourages school-funding veto; seeks discussion

Cullerton discourages school-funding veto; seeks discussion

The method funnels money to the neediest school districts first after ensuring that no district receives less money than last school year. Rep. Tom Demmer (R-Dixon) wants Illinoisans to reject the concessions made to Chicago Public Schools (CPS) in Senate Bill 1, he said on his website recently.


Trump Rips

Trump Rips "Beleaguered" Sessions, Asks Why Justice Department Isn't Probing Clinton

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) is disputing a Monday report that President Trump had floated the possibility of replacing Attorney General Jeff SessionsJeff SessionsGiuliani says he's not being eyed for AG, backs Sessions's decision to recuse Feinstein calls for Sessions to appear in front of Senate Judiciary Committee Howard Dean: Trump "needs psychiatric help" MORE with Giuliani, according to CNN .


New York Times Demands Apology From Fox News

New York Times Demands Apology From Fox News

In a series of tweets over the weekend, President Donald Trump chimed in on multiple trending topics, including White House leaks, the Russian interference investigation, Hillary Clinton, and the "Amazon Washington Post". The Times later sent a letter to the show, which has a history of botched reporting , criticizing the "little regard it has for reporting facts" and demanding "an on-air apology ".


Jeff Sessions had a totally bad week

Jeff Sessions had a totally bad week

One of Trump's attorneys, Jay Sekulow , said the president has not discussed the issue of pardons with his outside legal team. USA intelligence agencies have said Moscow meddled in the campaign, stealing thousands of emails and other documents from Democratic Party officials and releasing them publicly to embarrass Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and to assist Trump .


GOP Rep. Uses Audio Of Baseball Practice Shooting In Senate Ad

GOP Rep. Uses Audio Of Baseball Practice Shooting In Senate Ad

Five people were wounded during the shooting, including U.S. House Majority Whip Steve Scalise . The ad then pivots to gun control with a caption that reads, "What's the liberal media immediately ask?" "So no, I'm not changing my opinion on any of the rights we enjoy as Americans".