July, 2009

Report: Unusually low rainfall last winter left Kinneret, aquifers thirsty

Last winter Lake Kinneret only received about 56 percent of the water it receives in an average rainy season, the Water Authority said… 0

Saudi rejects Israel recognition without withdrawal

“The Arab peace initiative is very clear,” Nugali said. “That Israel should withdraw from the Arab lands and put an end to its… 0

Recession Worse Than Prior Estimates, Revisions Show

The first 12 months of the U.S. recession saw the economy shrink more than twice as much as previously estimated, reflecting even bigger… 2

THE DEAL IRAN THINKS WE’RE OFFERING

AS the Obama administration intensifies its diplomatic moves in the Mid dle East, Tehran’s possible misreading of its signals may doom its hopes… 4

Hamas dress code aims to make Gaza more Islamic

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Police order a lingerie shop to hide its scantily clad mannequins. A judge warns female lawyers to wear… 1

Military planning for possible H1N1 outbreak

WASHINGTON (CNN) — The U.S. military wants to establish regional teams of military personnel to assist civilian authorities in the event of a… 8

President Obama Offers Military Technology To China For Debt Relief

It seems that the state of the U.S. economy, replete with record-breaking deficits, is certainly taking its toll on the fledgling Obama Administration…. 7

Gibbs: 10,000 more important issues than eligibility

But he admits at news briefing questions won’t go away (

We’ve Figured Him Out

Why is President Barack Obama in such a hurry to get his socialized medicine bill passed?

California Budget Trimmed Further

LOS ANGELES The day a governor signs a budget bill into law usually marks the end of acrimony, threats and political dodge… 2

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