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Israel PM: Congress Speech Not Meant to "Disrespect" Obama

Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that he meant no disrespect to President Barack Obama by accepting an invitation to speak to Congress, and he insisted that U.S.-Israeli relations were "stronger than ever," NBC News reported. Netanyahu told the cheering audience at AIPAC, the largest pro-Israel lobby in the United States, that they were there to demonstrate that "reports of the demise of the Israel-U.S. relation is not only premature, they're just wrong." Netanyahu also said his Congress speech set for on Tuesday "is not intended to show any disrespect to President Obama or the esteemed office that he holds." Netanyahu plans to address Congress at the invitation of Republican leaders, which the White House has blasted as a breach of diplomatic protocol. Read »
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Sen. Barbara Mikulski, Powerful Md. Democrat, to Retire

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Iraq Launches Offensive on ISIS North of Baghdad

Iraqi security forces attacked the city of Tikrit on Monday, backed by artillery and heavy aerial support, mounting a full-on offensive to retake Saddam Hussein's birthplace from ISIS, NBC News reported. Iraq's army and fighters from Shi'ite militias have launched a long-awaited offensive against ISIS in the Salahuddin province, a stronghold of the radical Islamist fighters north of Baghdad, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said Sunday. In comments broadcast on Iraqi television, Abadi said the Islamist militants would be pushed out of all of Salahuddin and offered their supporters a final opportunity to hand themselves in. "This is their last chance. If they insist on staying on their wrong path they will receive the fair punishment they deserve because they ... stood with terrorism," he said. Read »
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Civil Rights Group to Sue FBI Over Tsarnaev Acquaintance's Death

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WATCH: Hernandez Trial Resumes After Delay

The murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez has resumed after a snow delay with more testimony about cellphone records. Hernandez is charged with the 2013 killing of Odin Lloyd, who was dating the sister of Hernandez's fiancee. Returning to the stand Monday is a Sprint employee who testified last week about several text messages and phone calls exchanged between Hernandez and one of his co-defendants. He also testified about calls made to Lloyd from the co-defendant's phone shortly before he was killed. Read »

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