Neighboring conflict is polarizing the country, consuming domestic and foreign affairs.
Police said they shot and killed the driver of a vehicle that rammed a group of officers.
But the Islamic State still holds districts across the Tigris River.
Iran's objections could nix the first attempt at cooperation between Russia and the incoming Trump administration.
With his trusted caddie nearby, Zohar Sharon keeps on winning.
Diplomats from 70 countries said it is not too late for a two-state resolution in the Holy Land.
The executions were carried out despite allegations that evidence was obtained using torture.
The Syrian capital is in crisis as at least 4 million people are cut off from the water grid.
Kerry's last hours in office will be spent trying to save the “two-state solution.”
Iraqi fighters change tactics as the U.S.-led coalition provides more advisers, and airstrikes intensify.
The mostly Jewish Woodmont Country Club is split over offering membership to Obama — if he wants it — because of his stance on Israeli settlements.
The Israeli army said it uncovered a covert operation by Hamas to spy on the military via social media and cellphones.
The operation in eastern Syria was aimed at capturing Islamic State leaders, U.S. officials said.
A blizzard that started on Friday evening has hardly stopped since, blanketing Istanbul and swaths of Turkey in white.
Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani was considered the figurehead of reformists.