Exit polling shows Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has won a second term, a local CBS affiliate reported on Tuesday. Exit poll data projected the final margin to be 54 percent to 46 percent, according to the station.
Opponents of Iran’s initial agreement to curb its nuclear program are being “disingenuous” when they say the deal could still allow the Middle Eastern state to build nuclear weapons, the head of the Central Intelligence Agency said on Tuesday.3
Democrats are aligning with Republicans to support a bill giving Congress the opportunity to approve or reject sanctions relief in an Iran nuclear deal, and are close to forming a veto-proof majority that U.S. President Barack Obama says could undermine the delicate final stage of negotiations.
Jewish leaders in Florida’s Brevard County said they have removed their support from a children’s Holocaust art exhibit over its sponsor.
The president of FIFA, the international governing body of soccer, expressed opposition to a Palestinian request to ban Israel from international competition.
French National Front founder Jean-Marie Le Pen accused his successor and daughter Marine of betrayal over her criticism of comments for which he was convicted of inciting racial hatred, and insisted he would run in regional elections this year.
A woman who said in court papers she was forced as an underage girl to have sex with Britain’s Prince Andrew, prominent U.S. lawyer Alan Dershowitz and other men cannot join an ongoing lawsuit in Florida, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday.
A Dutch author published a book alleging that his aunt may have told Nazi authorities where to find Anne Frank and her family.
Sen. Chuck Schumer is backing a proposal that would allow Congress to approve or reject any deal signed with Iran on curbing its nuclear program.12
Israel and the Obama administration have stepped up their war of words over the framework agreement that aims to limit Iran’s nuclear activities in exchange for a gradual rollback of sanctions.
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