The United Nations says it fears a “full-scale war” amid ongoing deadly exchanges between Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip and the Israeli military.
Federal law enforcement at the U.S.-Mexico border stopped 178,622 people trying to enter the country illegally in April, the highest amount in more than two decades.
Intense Arab rioting broke out in the central Israeli city of Lod late Tuesday, with three synagogues and numerous shops reportedly set on fire, and dozens of cars set alight. The Israeli government declared a state of emergency in the mixed Jewish-Arab city, and urgently despatched several Border Police companies to work to restore order.
Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday confirmed that the British government would soon be introducing legislation to “ensure the integrity of elections,” a nod toward a proposal by Boris Johnson’s government to require voter identification during elections in the United Kingdom.
Melinda Gates’s concerns about Bill Gates’s ties to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein played a crucial role in their upcoming divorce, people familiar with their thinking say.
Church leaders have expressed concern about the future of Jerusalem and its neighborhood as several people were killed Tuesday in nearly non-stop Palestinian rocket attacks on Israel and Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip.
House Republicans are stepping up efforts to investigate the “lab-leak” origin theory of the SARS-Cov-2 pandemic, demanding answers and documents from multiple high-ranking government officials regarding the possibility that the virus originally escaped from a lab in Wuhan, China.