Leaders from across the Arab world have condemned Trump’s decision, and some American Jews agree with the criticism.
"Any sudden changes would cause irreparable harm," write the ancient city's Christian representatives.
"If you are a broker, you do not want to kiss one side and kick the other," Ahmad Tibi tells Newsweek.
Justices heard arguments in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, which centers on a baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex wedding.
Arab leaders have expressed outrage at Trump's intention to move the embassy.
CHAMP missiles emit sharp pulses of microwave energy to disable electronic systems.
The State Department has warned American embassies to tighten security ahead of the president's possible decision.
Fifty-six percent of those asked described the relationship with the U.S. as bad or very bad.
The proposal, he said, would be a more humanitarian option for the European Union.
Last month, a special ops units became the last of the military branches to begin carrying the aid.
Investigators are examining whether he used position to aid nuclear power plant projects in Middle East.
Jayda Fransen had gained more than seven thousand followers in less than six hours.
The future Saudi leader is modernizing the Gulf Kingdom, and readers are buying into it.
Two courts have blocked Trump's transgender military ban. What's next?
Shelby Sullivan-Bennis is an attorney for a 70-year-old man held without charge, who has suffered harsh punishments despite his poor health.
More than 500 American troops are now stationed in the east African country.
The additional troops will help train and advise Afghan security forces against the Taliban and ISIS.
China's visit to North Korea might get Trump something he wants.
He referred to the Sutherland Springs shooting in Texas, which took place over a week ago.
A "very good looking" Russian woman met with George Papadopoulos and tried to connect Trump to the Kremlin.