Alec Baldwin returns to SNL to skewer the headlines from Donald Trump's second week as president, from the hang-up phone call with Australia's PM to an administration official's made-up terrorist attack.
State Department drafted statement specifically naming Jewish victims to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day, but Trump's White House replaced it with the now controversial statement omitting Jews entirely.
Attorney reveals the number during a court hearing on two Yemeni brothers who were deported a day after Trump signed the order. Department of State however says fewer than 60,000 visas have been revoked.
White House official says that Israel's settlements 'undermine' Trump's desire to reach a peace deal, Jerusalem Post reports.
"They'll try to divide you": 7 lessons for Americans fighting Trump's ban, from an Israeli lawyer and a refugee who've long been in the trenches.
When an Israeli with Saudi business ties was disinvited as a speaker to a London conference because a Saudi was to be present, the Israeli pointed out that the two are friends, Bloomberg business news reported.
As a Columbia University undergraduate, Judge Neil Gorsuch apparently chose to have his picture appear from a Henry Kissinger quote: 'The illegal we do immediately. The unconstitutional takes a little longer.'
The picture, taken by a Chicago Tribune photographer at O'Hare airport, has taken Twitter by storm.
Last of the protesters evicted from the illegal outpost's synagogue ■ Forty-one officers wounded during evacuation ■ Netanyahu promises new settlement for Amona evacuees ■ Bennett vows annexation of West Bank.
As Trump's spokesman insists 'nothing has changed,' critics slam the move and warn of Steve Bannon's 'love affair with war.'