First Line News Articles for Monday, January 27 2020
U.S. President Donald Trump will hold back-to-back meetings with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israeli opposition leader Benny Gantz on Monday as he prepares to release his long-delayed Middle East peace plan.
The Trump administration on Friday threatened to withhold certain federal funds from California due to a state law requiring private insurers to cover abortion costs.
NBA legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others were killed Sunday when their helicopter plunged into a steep hillside in dense morning fog in Southern California, his sudden death at age 41 touching off an outpouring of grief for a star whose celebrity transcended basketball.
President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial enters a pivotal week as his defense team resumes its case and senators face a critical vote on whether to hear witnesses or proceed directly to a vote that is widely expected to end in his acquittal. The articles of impeachment charge Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is known for taking care of the needy in its many churches.
Aid For Friends received a major boost to its fundraising campaign from the Latter-day Saint Charities Humanitarian Services North America. The $50,000 donation will help the Pocatello nonprofit in its efforts to expand its homeless shelter.
Apple’s Steve Jobs, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Netflix’s Reed Hastings and Intel’s Andy Grove looked to influential management thinker
The Latter-Day Saints Charities have partnered with Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) to help people in need in Eastern Kentucky.
Those who practice law have the ability to improve society in countless ways — especially when they are motivated to lend their expertise, experience and faith to help build up and rescue the finest parts of individuals and societies, said Sister Sharon Eubank.
The Pentagon said on Friday that 34 service members had been diagnosed with traumatic brain injury following missile strikes by Iran on a base in Iraq earlier this month, a number higher than the military had previously announced.
The U.S. Justice Department is planning to hold a conference to discuss the future of a federal law which largely exempts online platforms from legal liability for the material their users post, sources familiar with the plans said on Friday.
If you were hoping to keep your bitcoin stash under wraps from the IRS, think again.
The temblor comes a day after hundreds of people were evacuated from outdoor shelters that flooded after heavy rains hit the island’s southern region.
President Donald Trump said he wanted to maintain a freeze on military assistance to Ukraine until it aided political investigations into his Democratic rivals, former national security adviser John Bolton recounts in a draft of his forthcoming book.
A divorced Arizona woman cannot use her frozen embryos when her ex-husband doesn’t want children with her, the state’s highest court ruled last week.
Houston’s mayor and others say they’ll work to provide aid for residents whose homes were damaged after a massive explosion at a warehouse that killed two workers and injured 20 others
President Donald Trump’s travel ban on travelers from predominantly Muslim countries is headed back to a federal appeals court, three years after it was first imposed
Spc. Antonio I. Moore, 22, was on his first deployment when he died.
A new Siena/New York Times poll of Iowa shows Bernie Sanders leading in Iowa outside the margin of error.
As the country focuses on travel restrictions, a Tuesday flight from Wuhan is being arranged to evacuate US diplomats and citizens.
Three rockets have hit the United States Embassy in Baghdad.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has apologised on behalf of his country’s government for its failure to protect Jews during World War Two.
Hong Kong authorities on Sunday barred residents of China’s Hubei province, the center of the coronavirus outbreak, from entering the city, in response to mounting pressure to enact preventative measures to contain the spreading epidemic.
A woman and her young child were pulled out alive from under a collapsed building before Turkey began winding down its rescue operation on Sunday following an earthquake that killed at least 38 people.
The epicenter of the virus is Wuhan, where 9 million people are on lockdown.
The Pentagon has stymied attempts by the Commerce Department to tighten regulations on Chinese technology giant Huawei’s dealings with U.S. companies over concerns that the restrictions would disadvantage American firms, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
The United States will not lift sanctions on Iran in order to negotiate, U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted late on Saturday, seemingly in response to a Der Spiegel interview with Iran’s foreign minister.
When the Revolutionary Guard officer spotted what he thought was an unidentified aircraft near Tehran’s international airport in Iran, he had seconds to decide whether to pull the trigger.