Netanyahu criticized Abbas after a public square in Jenin was named after Palestinian militant Khaled Nazzal.
Targets included an embassy in Central America and Israeli military personnel facilities in the U.S.
President told South Korea's envoy that U.S. was willing to resolve the nuclear crisis through talks.
Police said that nine people were injured and one is in a critical condition.
Although the Israeli government tells Newsweek that Trump's visit to Israel next week is going ahead as planned, officials say the relationship between the two intelligence services is "in crisis."
Trump allegedly disclosed intel to Russian officials about an ISIS plan relating to aviation security.
Israel was reportedly worried that top secret information may pass to Russia, then Iran.
The Republican senator also called for a FBI director without political ties.
The Secretary of State said he has to earn the president’s confidence “every day.”
"I thought, Comey's investigating Russia, I don't like that. I should fire him," says Baldwin's Trump.
Dana Shell Smith expresses dismay at domestic events after the firing of James Comey.
It will be the highest-level contact between Trump and Russia since the president took office in January.
The suspect hired a sniper, who was an undercover FBI agent, to kill the pontiff during a 2015 visit.
Human rights investigators said 19 states have introduced bills that would curb freedom of expression since Trump's election victory.
Rights groups say the move sends a dangerous signal.
Named ‘Analemma,’ the building would move around the world, slowing down over New York.
The horseshoe building would surpass the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest-building, in length.
Addressing a lobby group, Nikki Haley says U.N. bill condemning settlements was “kick in the gut.”
The bronze statue of a defiant girl was initially installed for a week to mark International Women's Day on March 8 but will now stay in place for a year.
Trump had appeared to put the proposal, sensitive in the Arab world, on the back burner.
The ban follows a similar U.S. order and was announced Tuesday.
The move will be Tokyo's biggest show of naval force in the region since World War II.