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But after our country witnessed another tragic mass shooting this week - perhaps the worst in USA history - we feel an obligation to speak out against the immorality of congressional inaction. A number of Jewish organizations have issued strong statements not only condemning the mayhem, but advocating for gun control legislation . In the 1980s, the Federal Bureau of Investigation established a definition for "mass murder" as 'four or more victims slain, in one event, in one location, ' and ...
  • White House believes chief of staff John Kelly's cellphone was hacked

    White House believes chief of staff John Kelly's cellphone was hacked

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    Kelly's phone was on the fritz for almost half of a year, including his tenure as secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, before White House tech support staff uncovered that the device had been breached, Politico reported. One day after it was first reported that President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner used his personal email account while working as an employee of the federal government, current and former officials told The New York Times that at ...
  • Democrats want Ivanka Trump's security clearance revoked

    Democrats want Ivanka Trump's security clearance revoked

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    This is not the first time Trump and Kushner's security clearances have been questioned. Two days earlier, on September 24, Kushner's attorney had publicly acknowledged that the White House senior adviser and presidential son-in-law had used his private email to communicate with other government officials.
  • Canada neglects to mention Jews at Holocaust memorial

    Canada neglects to mention Jews at Holocaust memorial

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    Sweet reiterated his concern: "If we are going to stamp out hatred towards Jews, it is important to get history right". Following its removal, Heritage Minister Melanie Joly said the plaque would be replaced with a new one "that reflects the horrors experienced by the Jewish people ".
  • Cardinal George Pell To Face Committal Hearing In March

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    Details of the charges Pell is facing are yet to be revealed. Once the case goes to a committal hearing, the magistrate will decide if there is enough evidence for the case to go to trial in the Victorian county court. Hunched over and looking tired, Australia's most powerful Catholic made the same slow trek to and from the court on Friday but with a much heavier police presence and less media, making no comment.
  • Trump Says Military Gathering Might Be `Calm Before the Storm'

    Trump Says Military Gathering Might Be `Calm Before the Storm'

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    Classical music played in the background and tables were set in the nearby Blue Room for a fancy meal. Again, reporters asked him what he meant, and if the storm had anything to do with Iran or ISIS, and again, Trump did not answer. "We have the greatest military people in this room, I will tell you that", Trump added. President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
  • The Vegas shooter may have had an accomplice

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    Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock reportedly booked two hotel rooms at the Blackstone Hotel in the Loop during Lollapalooza, according to a report from TMZ . Danley's sisters told Seven News that Paddock made Danley leave US last month intentionally so that he could act upon his hidden motives and plans without interference: "She was sent away ".
  • Nick Xenophon quits Canberra, aims to seize power in SA

    Nick Xenophon quits Canberra, aims to seize power in SA

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    Xenophon secured three Senate spots in the 2016 double dissolution election but also managed the impressive feat of seizing a House of Representatives seat from the Liberals, when Rebekha Sharkie won Mayo. Turnbull does not have a majority in the Senate and has relied on Xenophon's party, the fourth largest bloc in the upper house, to pass legislation.