The Brief

Obama Meets with PM Netanyahu of Israel
Olivier Douliery—picture-alliance/dpa/AP

Why Can't We Be Friends?

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to the U.S. and his vocal criticism of President Barack Obama's policies, especially his approach to Iran, have highlighted the deep ideological gulf between the two leaders

Hillary Clinton Addresses National Council for Behavioral Health Conference

Clinton Under Scrutiny Over Emails

Hillary Clinton exclusively used a personal email account while she was Secretary of State, the New York Times reports, possibly breaching a federal law

Death row inmate Kelly Renee Gissendaner is seen in an undated picture from the Georgia Department of Corrections

Execution Postponed in Georgia

Corrections officials have postponed Georgia's first execution of a woman in 70 years, citing problems with the drug that would be used for lethal injection

Maple syrup runs down the side of a short stack of three pancakes at the International House of Pancakes.

How to Get Free Pancakes on Tuesday, Courtesy of IHOP

Tuesday marks the 10th anniversary of National Pancake Day, an annual event in which IHOP customers get free pancakes and millions of dollars are raised for charity. The magic combo easily makes Pancake Day one of the most beloved fake holidays of the year

First cover of TIME

Read the First-Ever Issue of TIME, From March 3, 1923

The first issue lacked the distinctive red border for which the magazine has come to be known. The cover subject was the now obscure Joseph G. Cannon, and the whole thing was only 32 pages long. Flip through the pages as TIME turns 92

In this May 25, 2014 photo, images of Christopher Martinez are displayed during a memorial in in Isla Vista, Calif.

Parents Sue County, Landlord Over Santa Barbara Rampage

The parents of the first three victims of a deadly rampage in Santa Barbara last year are suing the county, the sheriff's department and the apartment building where the killer lived, contending they ignored numerous warning signs that he was violent and unstable

A cup of coffee

Moderate Amounts of Coffee May Help Keep Arteries Clear

Drinking three to five cups of coffee per day may help to reduce signs of blocked arteries, says a new study out of South Korea. The findings, published Monday in the medical journal Heart, add to the discussion about whether or not coffee is good for cardiovascular health

Houston Rockets' James Harden (13) pushes against Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James (23) in the second half of an NBA basketball game Sunday, March 1, 2015, in Houston

NBA Suspends James Harden for Kicking LeBron James

The NBA announced on Monday that it has suspended Houston Rockets guard James Harden for one game without pay for kicking Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James in the groin during Sunday’s game. Harden said the kick was unintentional

Pope Francis Holds His Weekly General Audience

ISIS Threat to Pope Exists, Vatican Police Says

The commander of the Vatican’s security forces acknowledged the existence of a real threat to the Pope from ISIS, but said there is no indication of a planned attack on the Catholic leader. “The threat exists,” Domenico Giani said

Over-30s Must Pay Double for Tinder's Premium Service

Tinder launched its much anticipated premium service on Monday, but the popular dating app will cost twice as much for people over 30. Users in the U.S. can purchase the new upgrade for $9.99 a month, unless you’re over 30, in which case you’ll have to pay $19.99

North Koreans bow as they pay respects to mark the third anniversary of the death of former leader Kim Jong Il in Pyongyang

Canadian Pastor Feared Detained in North Korea

Fears are growing for a Canadian pastor who has not been heard from since Jan. 31 when he was invited by North Korean officials to Pyongyang, according to a well-known South Korean activist. The Reverend Hyeon Soo Lim is considered a highly influential Christian missionary

Eiffel Tower in a thick smog in Paris, France on January 6, 2015.

E.U. Faces a Deadly Air-Pollution Crisis

Hundreds of thousands of people in the E.U. will suffer premature death in the next two decades because of toxic air, a report says. The European Environment Agency says in 2011 alone, over 400,000 Europeans died from pollution