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Here's the latest for Wednesday September 18th: Israeli election deadlocked; US organizing countries to protest waters near Saudi Arabia; Tropical Storm Imelda brings heavy rain to Texas; Car crashes through lobby of Trump Plaza in New York.
Israel's two main political parties are deadlocked after an unprecedented repeat election, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu facing an uphill battle to keep his job. AP correspondent Aron Heller reports from Jerusalem.
Tropical Storm Imelda is threatening to dump up to 18 inches of rain in parts of Southeast Texas and southwestern Louisiana over the next few days. Houston-area officials say the main threat is the potential for heavy rainfall and flooding.
Weeks shy of his 95th birthday, former President Jimmy Carter said Tuesday he doesn't believe he could have managed being President at 80 years old. He also said he will vote for one of the Democrats, but he hasn't decided which one.
Senate Democrats held a late night session on Tuesday to call for a debate on gun control legislation. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Congress remains "in a holding pattern" as lawmakers await proposals from the White House.
Police say a car smashed through the glass-doored front lobby of the Trump Plaza in New Rochelle, New York. Authorities told WABC-TV the incident Tuesday night did not appear to be intentional.
At a time when the nation seems starkly divided on who should be allowed to reside in the United States, a growing number of Americans are opening their homes for the night, and at times for a whole year, to migrants from detention centers.
Tent courts are the latest attempt to clear a massive backlog of asylum cases in the United States, but many migrants say they face violence and crime while they wait in Mexico.
An attorney for victims of sexual abuse by clergy says the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago has paid $80 million in settlements to his clients since 2001.
At the Los Angeles premiere of "Between Two Ferns: The Movie," star Zach Galifianakis talks about the one celebrity who got the ball rolling on famous cameos in the film.
In an apparent setback, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared to fall short of securing a parliamentary majority with his hard-line allies in national elections, initial exit polls showed, putting his political future in question.
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski is charging that House Democrats are "going down rabbit holes" and "focusing on petty and personal politics" as he is testifying at what the committee is calling its first impeachment hearing.
More than 100 protestors greeted President Trump's motorcade on his way to a private fundraiser during his first visit to the San Francisco Bay Area as president.
A judge heard arguments to decide whether lawsuits against members of the Sackler family that owns Purdue Pharma can go ahead with the company seeking bankruptcy protection.