Habayit Hayehudi threatens to thwart Lieberman's appointment as defense minister if its demand for changes in the way the diplomatic-security cabinet operates isn't met.
- Taliban spokesman says Haibatullah Akhunzada named as new leader (Reuters)
- Euro zone offers Greece debt relief amounting to 10.3 billion euros (Reuters)
- Former Republican candidate Santorum endorses Trump for president (Reuters)
- Likud, Yisrael Beiteinu reach coalition agreement, says Likud source (Haaretz)
- Report: EgyptAir plane showed no technical issues before takeoff (Reuters)
- Thousands of migrants saved in 23 rescue operations off Libya (Reuters)
- Judge rules Bill Cosby must stand trial on 2004 sexual assault charges (Reuters)
- U.S.-backed Syrian alliance launches new offensive against ISIS near Raqqa (Reuters)
- Pakistan's interior minister: Can't confirm Taliban leader was killed in U.S. drone strike (Reuters)
- Death toll in Syrian coastal bombings reaches 161 (AP)
- U.K. to investigate use of British-made cluster bombs in Yemen (Reuters)
- 7 killed as fighting increases in eastern Ukraine (Reuters)
- In U.K., survey finds support for staying in EU 55%, "Brexit" 42% (Reuters)
- Iraqi forces shell Falluja for second day in attempt to expel ISIS (Reuters)
- Minister Erdan instructs police to halt return of Palestinian attackers' bodies (Haaretz)
It emerges from the state comptroller's report that only in certain instances, as rare as an honest politician or rain in Tel Aviv in late May, is Netanyahu’s wallet opened and money removed from it.
With potluck repasts, overnight activities, out-of-the-box venues and other innovations, 'cookie-cutter' weddings are now a thing of the past.
The state comptroller also deals with education, determining that young people lack information regarding contraception.
Henry Barron famously tackled the impossibility of investigating the British role in bombings in Ireland, and was not thanked.
The question of what caused the EgyptAir flight to crash in the Mediterranean, killing all 66 on board, remains shrouded in confusion, speculation and conflicting statements.
Cosby, 78, could get 10 years in prison if convicted in the 2004 case.
Clinton and Sanders have battled for months, and with only a handful of states left, superdelegates and proportional voting will now decide the eventual nominee.