OPINION | The Temple Mount crisis presents an opportunity to enact legislation on Jerusalem that may restart the peace process.
A bipartisan majority in Congress forced the Trump administration to swallow sanctions on Russia for its interference in the 2016 election. While the Trump administration continues to be distracted by the Russia scandal, it demonstrates that it is content sending inexperienced envoys to the region. Congress has an opportunity to enact meaningful legislation on the future status of Jerusalem that may restart the peace process.
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Despite the increase in traffic and crowds downtown, Youngstown Police said there were no major issues throughout the day.
Some supporters gathered at the Covelli Centre as early as Monday afternoon, while the majority began arriving as early as Tuesday morning.
Among the crowd were supporters clad in hats reading “Make America Great Again,” protesters carrying signs sharing a message of their own and vendors ready to assist those in need of merchandise.
Source: President Trump thanks Ohioans following Youngstown visit – WFMJ.com News weather sports for Youngstown-Warren Ohio
Two construction workers were injured when a Millvale building collapsed Tuesday morning, according to Post-Gazette news partner KDKA.
The brick facade of a building near Grant Avenue and Sherman Street fell off around 9:50 a.m.
Source: 2 construction workers injured in Millvale building collapse | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
A priest has been arrested for sexual abuse in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced Monday.
John Thomas Sweeney, 74, was arraigned Monday afternoon at the magistrate’s office in Allegheny Township.
The allegations stem from the St. Margaret Mary School in Lower Burrell.
During a news conference Monday afternoon, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro detailed the alleged sexual abuse by Sweeney against a fourth-grade boy in 1991.
Source: Former priest arrested for sexual abuse in Westmoreland County | WPXI
Barbara Sinatra, a onetime model and Las Vegas showgirl who was the fourth and final wife of singer Frank Sinatra and who founded a center for abused children, died July 25 at her home in Rancho Mirage, Calif. She was 90.
The death was confirmed by John E. Thoresen, director of the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center in Rancho Mirage. The cause was not disclosed.
Source: Barbara Sinatra, widow of singing star Frank Sinatra, dies at 90
A Wisconsin-based company says that its employees will soon become the first in the nation to have microchips implanted in their skin
Three Square Market, a vending machine business, says the microchip would be implanted in the skin between a person’s thumb and forefinger. The chips are roughly the same size as a single grain of rice.
“It’s the next thing that’s inevitably going to happen, and we want to be a part of it,” Three Square Market CEO Todd Westby told KSTP
Source: Company set to become first in US to microchip employees
Yemen is currently witnessing “the biggest outbreak of cholera in the world”, World Health Organisation (WHO) Director-General, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said today.”We arrived yesterday in Yemen, which is facing the biggest outbreak of the cholera epidemic in the world … and we will do everything in our power to promote a common response to the epidemic,” the UN official said.
Source: WHO: Yemen suffering world’s largest outbreak of cholera
Somebody stole hundreds of grenades and explosive charges in Portugal. And that motherlode will likely wind up in the hands of jihadis who want to bring terror deep into Europe.
MADRID—The arsenal is a terrorist’s dream: 150 live hand grenades, 44 rocket propelled grenades, 1,450 9mm cartridges, 18 tear gas grenades, scores of triggers and detonators of various kinds, 102 explosive charges, and 264 blocks of plastic explosive. Such is the inventory of deadly materiel that was stolen from a military installation in Portugal on June 28 and is still missing.
Then, two days after that robbery, a van loaded with nitroglycerin was robbed in Barcelona, Spain. Those explosives have not been recovered either.
Source: The Great Explosives Heist That Has Europe on Edge
A Butler County man is facing charges after he was caught going almost twice as fast as the speed limit with two small children in his vehicle last week.
State police say 35-year-old Joshua Crider, of Sarver, Pa., was seen traveling 105 mph in a 55 mph zone around 3:15 p.m. Wednesday.
When state police conducted a traffic stop, they saw that two small children, ages 6 and 8, were in the vehicle. Neither child was properly secured.
Source: Police: Man Caught Traveling 105 MPH With Unsecured Children In Car « CBS Pittsburgh