WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump says the United States will impose sanctions on NATO ally Turkey over a detained American pastor held on terror and espionage charges.
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JERUSALEM—A Jerusalem-based magazine has laid off a cartoonist for rendering an image of Israel's prime minister and Likud lawmakers as pig characters from George Orwell's “Animal Farm,” Israel's journalists union said today.
The cartoon was meant to criticize the Israeli government's passage of a controversial law last week enshrining the state's Jewish character.
TOKYO—The 2020 Olympics will open in two years—and the heat is on.
Since being awarded the games, which will be the largest-ever with 33 sports and 339 events, Tokyo organizers have had to deal with a series of setbacks ranging from stadium and construction delays, natural disasters, and a mascot scandal.
LOUDON, N.H.—Kevin Harvick warned he was charging for the lead with taps on Kyle Busch's rear bumper over the waning laps.
Harvick had failed to methodically work his way around the race leader with a clean pass, so he set aim with his Ford on Busch for the knockout shot.
CARNOUSTIE, Scotland—Francesco Molinari didn't get the loudest cheers for the best golf at British Open.
He was overlooked for so much of yesterday playing alongside Tiger Woods, who caused pure pandemonium at Carnoustie by taking the lead in the final round of a major for the first time in nine years.
Molinari settled for the best cheer of them all. The last one.
CARNOUSTIE, Scotland—Tiger Woods was the last player to win the U.S. Open and the British Open in the same year back in 2000.
At this rate, that doesn't look to change.
U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka is spending way too much time in all the wrong places.
NEW YORK—Talk about a paleo diet. Scientists have uncovered the last meal of a frozen hunter who died 5,300 years ago in the Alps.
The stomach contents of the corpse, widely known as “Oetzi the Iceman,” offer a snapshot of what ancient Europeans ate more than five millennia ago, researchers said.
WASHINGTON—A 29-year-old gun-rights activist served as a covert Russian agent while living in Washington, gathering intelligence on American officials and political organizations and working to establish back-channel lines of communications for the Kremlin, federal prosecutors charged yesterday.
WASHINGTON—The ball cleared the centre field wall, and the sellout crowd roared. Bryce Harper threw his bat in the air, thrust both index fingers skyward and yelled with delight as a shower of streamers rained upon the crowd of 43,698.
ORLEANS, Mass.—Over 3,000 miles from the trenches and battlefields of the Western Front, where many hundreds of thousands had already died, residents of Orleans, Massachusetts, were enjoying a typical summer morning on July 21, 1918, waiting for the fog to lift off the shore.