Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who's on trial for corruption, is in talks to reach a plea bargain. If it goes forward, it could force him to take a break from politics.
Today: On this Reporters Roundtable Thursday, we speak with “Times of Northwest Indiana” chief political reporter Dan Carden about his stories in print and online, including bills under review in the 2022 General Assembly session. ”Post-Tribune” freelance reporter Carole Carlson reviews her stories on topics in the city of Gary, including a new executive director for the city’s International Airport.
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Mansour Abbas broke a longstanding taboo when he led his Arab party into Israel's governing coalition last year.
An Emirates plane carrying him from Australia landed in Dubai early Monday, and Djokovic was later seen on board a plane due to land in the Serbian capital of Belgrade.
Charles McGee, a Tuskegee Airman who flew 409 fighter combat missions over three wars, has died.
Judge Robert Adrian overturned the conviction of an 18-year-old for sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl. After outrage, Adrian was removed from the criminal case docket.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Southern California Public Radio's Tony Marcano and Eric Liu of Citizen University about how the media and everyday citizens can better democracy.
Two researchers from the Pew Research Center, Bradley Jones and Katerina Eva Matsa, discuss data showing why Americans are losing faith in the media and U.S. elections.
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