Israel, Jordan deal with diplomatic crisis after embassy attack
The detectors were installed after two Israeli policemen were shot dead by three Arab-Israeli gunmen on July 14. A heavy Jordanian police presence had sealed off the area around the embassy so the protesters gathered nearby.
Violence leaves 2 dead at Israeli embassy in Jordan
An Israeli government official said talks were underway whether to evacuate the embassy staff, given the tensions in Jordan. Also Sunday, a rocket fired at Israel from Gaza hit an open area, the army said, causing no injuries.
Senators, Including Ailing McCain, Expected to Begin Vote on Health Bill Today
Ward said the negative talk against her was launched after a poll commissioned by her campaign showed her leading U.S. He added, "We could use some more loyalty, I will tell you that".
Liverpool '100 per cent' won't sign Naby Keita this summer - RB Leipzig
RB Leipzig coach Ralph Hassenhuttl has stated Liverpool transfer target Naby Keita will not be sold this summer to the Reds.
UFC 214 one day later - all Jon Jones, all the time
He has been a model champion, a model husband, a model father, a teammate, leader, and I aspire to be more like that man. Fighters pulling out at the last time, good matchups not delivering and controversial decisions dominated the headlines.
Moscovici: Greece's market return and "dramatic improvement"
Unemployment has fallen 1.9 points in a year but was still stuck at a towering 21.7 percent in April. Was it too tough? The debt-ridden country went to the brink of collapse in 2010.
Venezuela leader's foes levy new sanctions and fresh strike
Thousands of Venezuelans loaded with heavy bags have crossed the border into Colombia this week, fleeing the unrest. Troops were sent throughout the country to secure preparations for Sunday's vote, Adm.
US tests defense system after North Korea missile launch
USA forces sent two B-1 bombers from Andersen Air Force Base in Guam on a 10-hour round trip Saturday over the Korean Peninsula. Parts of the THAAD defense system were brought into South Korea under the government of ousted President Park Geun-Hye.
China urges India to pull back its troops to resolve border standoff
India responded to the call by sending troops last month to evict the Chinese army construction party from the Doklam Plateau. He added that China's ability to defend its territory and sovereignty has "constantly strengthened".
Chris Wallace on Scaramucci: 'I Love This New Guy'
Appearing on Fox News, he said there was a need to reset the ties with the media and "create a more positive mojo". Spicer reportedly resigned because he was opposed to Scaramucci , whom he had to report to as press secretary.