Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to carry on Wednesday after police recommended indicting him on corruption charges, angrily dismissing the allegations and the critics calling on him to step down.
A vehicle tried to enter the National Security Agency without authorization at 7 a.m. Shots were fired and several people were hospitalized, but none of the injuries were caused by gunfire, the agency said.
Truly best in show: Westminster winner making Broadway debut
Flynn the bichon frise is taking quite a victory lap on Valentine’s Day, hours after he won the Westminster Kennel Club dog show at Madison Square Garden.