Yemen's Temporary Protection Status prevails

DEARBORN — Yemen has been re-designated for a Temporary Protected Status (TPS), allowing its visiting citizens to apply to remain in the United States as famine continues to threaten millions in the country. 

Pop star Katy Perry defends Muslims in newly produced video

LOS ANGELES - Pop star Katy Perry is coming to the defense of Muslims in a new Public Service Announcement video she produced.

Man arrested in death of Saudi student

MADISON, Wis. — A Minnesota man with a string of domestic violence convictions was charged in the death of a Saudi Arabian college  that occurred last October.

Trump and spy chief in contradiction over Russian documents

NEW YORK — U.S. spy chief James Clapper and President-elect Donald Trump gave different accounts of a phone conversation they had about a dossier of unverified, salacious claims linking Russia to Trump, who is locked in a war of words with the intelligence agencies he will command in eight days.

Enough fearmongering: Only one Democratic state is possible

Long before December 28, when Secretary of State, John Kerry took the podium at the Dean Acheson Auditorium in Washington DC to pontificate on the uncertain future of the two-state solution and the need to save Israel from itself, the subject of a Palestinian state has been paramount. 

Congress sabotaging peace, U.S. foreign policy

Last Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly supported a proposal condemning a recent U.N. Security Council Resolution reprimanding Israel for its illegal settlement activities in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem. 

What Rafsanjani's death means for the Islamic Republic

TEHRAN, Iran — Ayatollah Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani was one of the main stars in the political firmament of the Islamic Republic.

Right and wrong ways to address the drug cost Conundrum

Americans are gearing up for higher health care costs in 2017. 

Average monthly insurance premiums for popular plans on, the major Obamacare exchange, are slated to rise by 25 percent. Some consumers will see their health insurance premiums double. 

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