The Golan Heights, Midwest flooding & let's spacewalk: The Morning Rundown
"The message that President Trump has given the world is that America stands by Israel," said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo shakes hands with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem on Thursday after President Donald Trump announced that the U.S. should recognize Israel's sovereignty over the disputed Golan Heights. Amir Cohen / Pool via AP
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President Donald Trump has altered long-standing U.S. policy with a tweet — again. We take a closer look at Midwestern farmers grappling with their future as they face unprecedented flooding. And we've got tips on how to watch NASA's first spacewalk of 2019.
The Islamic call to prayer was broadcast across the small, broken-hearted nation of New Zealand on Friday as a moment of silence was observed to honor the 50 people gunned down at two mosques one week ago.
Stephanie Coontz, an academic whose research focuses on the history of marriage and its modern evolution, writes that what we've seen over the last week would "raise serious red flags" for any normal couple, but this is no ordinary union.
"You 'Kin Do It!" Korey Nolan entered a competition that challenged people to make something out of garbage by making a surfboard out of 700 Dunkin' Donuts cups and plastic straws. That's one way to keep moving!