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Fears of violence ahead of Trump's Jerusalem announcement

President Trump is expected to announce that Washington will recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. It’s a popular decision with the Israeli government, but Palestinians say it damages the peace process. Seth Doane reports from Jerusalem.

Against advice, Trump to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital

President Trump is set to reverse nearly seven decades of U.S. Middle East policy, as he is expected to announce that Washington will recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. The president plans to tell the State Department to begin moving the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv. Margaret Brennan reports.

Muslim nations plan summit on Trump's Jerusalem move

Turkey says "the whole world is against" Trump's decision to recognize disputed holy city as Israel's capital

Reports say terror plot to kill U.K. leader thwarted

Police confirm only that 2 young men charged with planning terror attacks and due to appear at in court today

Trump to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital

The recognition will fulfill a major campaign promise for the president

Violence feared amid talk of recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital

The State Department is warning U.S. diplomats and their families to avoid Jerusalem's Old City

Trump to move U.S. embassy to Jerusalem

The State Department is warning U.S. diplomats and their families to avoid Jerusalem's Old City. There are fears of violence after President Trump told Arab and Muslim leaders he has every intention of recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and later moving the U.S. embassy there. Seth Doane reports.

Christine Keeler of U.K.'s Profumo scandal dies at 75

Model's flings with British War Secretary and a man with links to Soviet intelligence became a Cold War sex-and-espionage scandal

Russia banned from 2018 Winter Olympics

There will be one notable absence from the Parade of Nations at the Winter Olympics in February. Russia was banned by the International Olympic Committee over doping. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

Arab, Muslim opposition builds to possible U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israeli capital

City is at center of Israel-Arab conflict; home to third holiest shrine of Islam, holiest site in Judaism, and major Christian holy sites

U.S. gov't employees banned from traveling in parts of Jerusalem and West Bank

White House has been finalizing a plan for Mr. Trump to announce on Wednesday that the U.S. would recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel for the first time in history

Fugitive Kentucky lawyer captured in Honduras

A Kentucky lawyer, who disappeared after his conviction in a massive social security fraud case, is in a Honduran jail. Eric Conn escaped house arrest in Lexington six months ago before heading to New Mexico. He then reportedly traveled to Mexico and Guatemala, and spent the last three months in Honduras. Vladimir Duthiers reports.

Hero cop clings to van to save driver from falling off bridge

"I was only doing my job," the officer responded the family of the man he helped rescue

Russia banned from 2018 Winter Olympics over doping

Russian athletes from the country can only compete as neutrals at Pyeongchang Games, IOC says

Palestinian Authority says Trump told Abbas he intends to move embassy to Jerusalem

The White House has been finalizing a plan for Mr. Trump to announce on Wednesday that the U.S. would recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel for the first time in history

Afghan intelligence: Dozens of al Qaeda figures killed in joint operations with coalition forces

Among the dead is senior leader Omar Khetab, according to a statement by Afghanistan's National Directorate of Security

U.S. environment chief warns "we're facing an ocean Armageddon"

In Nairobi, Kenya, a United Nations environmental summit opened Monday with the goal of making the ocean healthy again

U.S. to world: Deal with migration crisis yourselves

65.6 million people -- including refugees and migrants -- are being forcibly displaced from their homes

Russia's ambassador: "No proof" of Russian interference in U.S. election

"Mr. Trump made it clear many times so that he would like to improve Russian-American relations, but 'til now I couldn't say that our relations become more better," said Anatoloy Antonov

U.S., South Korea stage joint air exercises

The U.S. and South Korea began one of the largest combined Air Force exercises in history on Monday. The show of force comes a week after North Korea test-fired its most advanced missile yet. National security adviser H.R. McMaster says the potential for war with the North is growing every day. Ben Tracy flew with American crews in Japan.

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