The Brief

The Delta Airlines Charter at the Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on January 2, 2013.

Israel Flights Grounded

The FAA banned U.S. flights to Israel for 24 hours amid reports of a rocket strike near Ben Gurion International Airport

Police officers secure a refrigerated train loaded with bodies of the passengers of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 as it arrives in a Kharkiv factory for a stop on July 22, 2014.

MH17 Bodies Headed Home

A train holding remains of victims from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 arrived in Kharkiv from where the jet was shot down last week in southeastern Ukraine

Apple Unveils New Versions Of Popular iPad

Apple Sees Surging iPhone Sales, But iPad Sluggish

Apple topped analysts' projections in the third quarter of its fiscal year with profits of $7.7 billion, beating projections of $1.23 per share but falling just shy of analysts' expectations of $38 billion in revenue

Eric Garner Police Brutality Death

Behind the Video of Deadly NYPD Confrontation

TIME talks with Ramsey Orta, who filmed officers on Staten Island as they held down his friend Eric Garner, an unarmed 43-year-old father of six who had helped to break up a fight, in what appeared to be a chokehold, resulting in Garner's death

Netanyahu Wikipedia

Netanyahu's Wiki Page Replaced With Palestinian Flag

In a sign of the information war taking place alongside the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, the biographical information on the Israeli Prime Minister's Wikipedia page was briefly replaced with a large image of a Palestinian flag Tuesday afternoon

DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) autoradiogram in a petri dish

Schizophrenia Linked to 108 Genes

In a groundbreaking study, researchers reveal a host of new genes involved in schizophrenia, making it possible to understand why patients develop the mental illness in the first place, and to come up with desperately needed new drugs or treatments

Russia's President Vladimir Putin talks to reporters during a meeting in Brasilia

Inside Russian President Vladimir Putin's PR Bubble

The downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 last week, thought to be the result of a surface-to-air missile fired by Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine, exposes the truth about the English-language propaganda outlet that has become Putin's mouthpiece

U.S. President Barack Obama during a Ceremony to Commemorate D-Day 70 on Sword Beach on June 6, 2014 in Ouistreham, France.

Court Deals Blow to Obama Health Law

A federal appeals court delivered a big setback to President Obama's health care law and, if upheld, could mean premium increases for some four million Americans who purchased taxpayer-subsidized insurance under the law


Research Indicates Deadly Virus Could Be Airborne

Researchers in Saudi Arabia state in a new paper that Middle East Respiratory Syndrome may be able to spread through the air, following an analysis of samples from a camel barn the virus had plagued. Still, others say it's premature to note whether it can be transmitted that way

A man holds a bottle of water as he joins other demonstrators protesting against the Detroit Water and Sewer Department July 18, 2014 in Detroit.

Detroit Temporarily Stalls Water Shutoffs

More than 7,500 customers had their water shut off in April and May as part of a crackdown on unpaid bills following a long period of lax enforcement, but now they're getting 15 days to come forward and show they cannot pay