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EDITORIAL: Biting the Hand That Feeds Them

The right to protest against any perceived grievance — whether it is based on facts or otherwise — is a fundamental element of a democracy. There is no shortage of…

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U.S. Air Force Opens First Base Ever in Israel

The first military base ever established by the United States in Israel was opened on Monday, an air defense base in the Negev. “It’s nothing less than historic,” Brig. Gen.…

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EPA Probes Arkema’s Safety Practices After Texas Fires

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is investigating whether chemical maker Arkema SA followed safety rules at its Crosby, Texas, plant, where several chemical containers caught fire after flooding from Hurricane…

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Egypt Says Suspended U.S. Military Exercises to Resume

Egypt’s armed forces said on Tuesday that joint U.S.–Egyptian military exercises will resume this month for the first time since 2009, after U.S. officials cancelled them in 2013 following an…

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