Biden Says the U.S. Will Not Supply Israel With Weapons to Attack Rafah

The president’s remarks underscore the growing rift between the United States and its closest Middle East ally over the war in Gaza.
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Rep. Bennie G. Thompson (D-Miss.), the former chairman of the now-defunct House select committee tasked with…

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