In a jarring contrast, Israeli forces attack Palestinians at the Gaza border, while a few miles away Israel and the U.S. celebrate the new embassy in contested Jerusalem.
Combat battalions, special units, intelligence forces and snipers are sent to the Gaza border, where Palestinians plan a mass protest Monday against the embassy move to Jerusalem.
The president's break from Barack Obama's Iran treaty is exactly what Benjamin Netanyahu wants.
Nations like Israel and Saudi Arabia that loathed the deal, however, see the action as a sign that the U.S. is returning to a more skeptical, less trusting approach to dealing with adversaries.
Thousands stage a sixth weekly protest in a campaign against a decade-old blockade of the territory that has led to widespread hardship and desperation.
The deal updating a 20-year-old free trade pact comes amid uncertainty about Mexican and European commercial ties with the U.S. under the presidency of Donald Trump.
President Trump has vowed to withdraw from the 2015 agreement unless U.S., British, French and German negotiators can agree to fix what he sees as its serious flaws.
Officials say a 48-year-old man who killed two people and injured 20 in a crash before fatally shooting himself was well known to authorities.
The Israeli military has said it fired only at "instigators" involved in attacks on soldiers and was investigating Yasswe Murtaja's gunshot death amid a very hectic environment.
The Trump administration should veto the chemical giants' pending merger to protect not just competitors but human and environmental health.