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The vice president seeks to reach a cease-fire deal to allow the flow of more aid into Gaza and to discuss the region's future. Gantz's trip to Washington has upset Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu.
The U.S. military on Saturday began dropping food over the war-torn enclave. Costly and inefficient, delivering humanitarian aid by air is no substitute for delivering it by land, aid groups say.
Some parts of the Sierra Nevada region have already amassed over 3 feet of snow. Forecasters say snow showers will continue through Sunday.
Gaza's borders are tightly controlled and most Palestinians cannot escape the war. Those who can afford it are managing to cross into Egypt by paying thousands of dollars.
You know that scene in Pretty Woman when Julia Roberts is eating a croissant that is suddenly a pancake? Continuity issues like that crop up all the time. Whether you let it distract you is your call.
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