Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's ruling Likud Party appears to have earned 30 out of parliament's 120 seats and is in a position to be able to build a coalition government.
"The systems created to give citizens information about their government are badly broken and getting worse all the time," says The AP's chief executive, Gary Pruitt.
More than 8,000 Bosnian Muslims were killed by the Serbs in 1995 — the only atrocity in Europe to be labeled genocide by the United Nations since World War II.
They campaign to persuade their fellow Crimeans to reject absorption by Russia but bemoan the Ukrainian government's failure to keep the annexed peninsula near the top of its agenda.
The Secret Service says its investigation into the letter is continuing.
The move by Republican Aaron Schock follows revelations about his business deals and lavish spending.
All over the world airline executives engage in a greeting that is all their own: the exchange of model planes.
University officials intend to hold accountable those who used a private, invitation-only Facebook page to post "appalling, offensive" pictures.
The most expensive spot on its board today might be The Borgata, Atlantic City's top casino and a major reason why people come here.
Morning skatearounds are a part of hockey tradition but sleep studies suggest that such a workout eight hours before a game is not a great idea.