In closed meeting in New York an extremely agitated Kerry accused Israel of breaking its promises and warned that status quo is unsustainable. Sources say Kerry also criticized Palestinians, but placed onus on Israel.
- Arab coalition airstrikes kill nine people in Houthi-controlled city in central Yemen (Reuters)
- Netanyahu apologizes for comparing Hebron shooter's family to bereaved military families (Haaretz)
- Baltimore Police: Three gunmen shoot, wound eight in attack (AP)
- Suspect in fatal shooting of five people at Washington state mall captured (Reuters)
- UN Security Council to meet Sunday on fighting in Aleppo, at request of U.S., U.K., France (Reuters)
- Charlotte police release video of fatal shooting after protests (Reuters)
- Syria believes it's on way to military victory, FM tells UN (AP)
- UN chief Ban appalled by 'chilling escalation' in Syria's Aleppo (Reuters)
- N.Y. Times endorses Clinton for U.S. president (Reuters)
- 25 killed in fresh airstrikes in Aleppo, monitor says; more than 100 dead since Friday (Reuters)
- Jeremy Corbyn re-elected leader of Britain's Labour party (Reuters)
- Airstrikes target rebel-held eastern Aleppo (Reuters)
- At least 12 killed, 23 wounded in militant attacks north of Iraqi city of Tikrit (Reuters)
- Four dead in shooting at mall in Washington state (Reuters)
- U.K.: British warplanes bomb ISIS to support Iraqi push on Mosul (AP)
Netanyahu is taking a miscalculated risk. It will end in a slight embarrassment, at best, or will explode in his face, at worst
PR manager urges critics to desist from cynicism, says event sends message of compassion and unity
The distance between Heinz Tomato Ketchup and well-being is like the gap between smoking a Marlboro and riding a horse. Who brought it to the attention of the public — and who’s riding to the regulatory defense of the consumer?
Uri Scheft draws on his own travels and Israelis' childhood flavor memories in his new baking book, which ranges from Yemenite kubaneh to European marzipan in everything.
Syrian military makes its first major ground advance since launching the offensive on Thursday, capturing key rebel camp near Aleppo, as air strikes continue: 'Every missile makes an earthquake.'
Sand Storm is the first all-Arabic language film to be Israel’s submission for the Oscars foreign film category.
Gennifer Flowers, a former paramour of Bill Clinton, appears to accept Trump's invitation, extended as a threat after Clinton supporter Mark Cuban says he will sit on front row for debate.