With four new appointments to Israel's Supreme Court, Netanyahu's government launched its anti-constitutional revolution and registered their biggest win yet.
- U.S.-backed Iraqi forces enter Mosul airport, military base (AP)
- Israel shuttering E. J'lem school for 'planning to teach material undermining sovereignty' (Haaretz)
- UN-sponsored Syria talks resume in Geneva after 10 months (AP)
- SpaceX makes good on space station delivery a day late (AP)
- Mosul update: Officers say Iraqi forces control large parts of airport (Reuters)
- Iraqi police enter Mosul airport, take runway (AP)
- Turkish military says 56 Islamic State militants killed in Syria (Reuters)
- Erdan: If Umm al-Hiran incident turns out not to be terror attack, apology must be made (Haaretz)
- Iraqi forces push into Mosul's main military base by airport (AP)
- IDF soldier lightly wounded by explosive device at Nablus refugee camp (Haaretz)
- Trump revokes Obama guidelines on transgender bathrooms (Reuters)
- Detroit suburb agrees to allow construction of a mosque, in legal settlement (AP)
- Le Pen aides taken into police custody for alleged misuse of EU funds (Reuters)
- France's centrist Macron would beat Le Pen in runoff, 60 percent to 40, poll finds (Reuters)
- Trump expected to revoke rules on transgender bathrooms (Reuters)
One tweet from the famous “Harry Potter” author triples campaign funds overnight.
Joomie, launched over the weekend at the BBYO International Convention in Dallas, aims to bring Jewish college students together
The owners have overcome conflict and an Israeli-Egyptian blockade to build the Capital Mall. Now, they just have to find enough free-spending customers to keep the place afloat.
Archaeologists say that the discovery bolsters the theory that Peki'in's medieval synagogue was built on the site of an ancient Roman one.