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Envelope sent to White House tests positive for cyanide
An envelope sent to the White House mail facility tested positive for cyanide, a media report said on Wednesday.
 
"An envelope containing an unknown milky substance in a container wrapped in a plastic bag, received at the White House Mail Screening Facility, tested positive for cyanide," an internal law enforcement document said.
 
According to the document, the envelope listed a return address for a man who has a record with the Secret Service dating back to 1995, The Intercept news reported.
 
The individual has sent multiple packages over the years, the most recent was received on June 12, 2012, and contained mini alcoholic beverages, the document added.
 
The initial biological examinations conducted on Monday tested negative.
 
On Tuesday, however, the chemical testing returned positive for cyanide.
 
The sample has been send to another facility to confirm the results.
 

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Israeli elections: Dramatic turn as Netanyahu opens up lead
The Israeli elections took a dramatic turn in the early morning hours on Wednesday as official tallies from nearly all precincts indicate that Likud has opened up a significant lead over Zionist Union, a far cry from the virtual dead heat that television exit polls had reported Tuesday evening.
 
With nearly 90% of precincts reporting before dawn on Wednesday, the Likud holds a major edge over Zionist Union in the distribution of Knesset seats, Jerusalem Post reported.
 
According to the official up-to-the-minute tally as of 04.20 a.m., Likud wins 30 seats while Zionist Union comes in second at 24 seats.
 
The parties that follow are Joint Arab List (13); Yesh Atid (11); Kulanu (10); Bayit Yehudi (8); Shas (7); United Torah Judaism (7); Yisrael Beytenu (6); and Meretz (4).
 
Eli Yishai's far-right Yahad party has thus far failed to make the cut, though it has hovered near the minimum threshold throughout. These results are not final since 10 percent of precincts still need to report their results.
 
The first exit polls were released Tuesday at 10 p.m. as voting closed in elections for the 20th Knesset, suggesting a surprisingly good showing for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party versus Isaac Herzog's Zionist Union. While Likud had trailed by as many as five mandates in pre-election polls, Netanyahu's party led the Zionist Union in one exit poll and was tied with Herzog's party in the two others.
 
Channel 2's poll had the Likud with 28 mandates, Zionist Union with 27 mandates, the Joint Arab List with 13 mandates, Yesh Atid with 11 mandates, Kulanu with 10 mandates, Bayit Yehudi with 8 mandates, Shas with 7 mandates, United Torah Judaism with 6 mandates, Meretz with 5 mandates, Yisrael Beytenu with 5 mandates and Yahad failing to pass the electoral threshold.

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