Polizia di Stato

American Teens Arrested For Murder Of Italian Police Officer

Two Americans arrested in connection with the death of an Italian paramilitary officer had blamed each other for committing murder, court documents sent to reporters show. Gabriel Christian Natale-Hjorth, 18, and Finnegan Lee Elder, 19, both from Mill Valley, California, were detained by police in Rome on Friday for alleged homicide and attempted extortion. Read […]

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Israel Unveils Road That Jesus Traveled On Foot

Israel officially opened a stairway, known as “Pilgrim’s Road,” that Jesus is believed to have walked on in ancient Jerusalem as another place with the significance of “biblical proportions” to billions, especially for Judeo-Christian visitors to the Holy Land. The City of David Foundation unveiled the 2,000-year-old main thoroughfare from Roman-era Jerusalem that it says […]

The Hill

Iran Has Exceeded Uranium Stockpile Limits

The international organization that monitors Iran’s compliance with the nuclear deal confirmed Monday that Tehran has exceeded the amount of low-enriched uranium it is allowed to stockpile. “In response to media inquiries, we can confirm that IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano today informed the Board of Governors that the Agency verified on 1 July that […]

Brian Plonka / The Spokesman-Review

Military Vet Finishes College 18 Years After Towers Falling Interrupted Education

West Valley High School graduate Ashley Cardinal had just started her first semester at Washington State University in Pullman when the towers fell. “To be honest with you, I didn’t really fully understand,” SFC Cardinal said in an interview last week. “My parents were like, ‘Oh my gosh, you’re going to go to war.’ I […]