Israel has ramped up security after two Palestinians wielding a gun and butcher knives killed five people, three of them Americans, at a synagogue.
Officials have vowed to demolish the homes of the two attackers. Officials did demolish the home of another Palestinian who killed two people last month when he drove his car into a crowd of people standing at Jerusalem train station.
The Associated Press found the attacker's grandmother sitting in the rubble today. She told them she was proud of her grandson's actions, saying "no one should feel sorry for us, for our demolished home."
OutFront, Israel's Ambassador to the United States Ron Dermer.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sent a dire warning to the United States Monday, saying Iran's "terrorist" regime must not be allowed to get a nuclear bomb.
"I call on the P5+1 countries - don't rush into a deal that would let Iran rush to the bomb," Netanyahu said in a statement.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry just ended two days of talks over Iran's nuclear program with the country's foreign minister.
State Department Spokeswoman Jen Psaki is OutFront.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 is not the first passenger jet to be shot out of the sky.
At least six airliners¬†have been shot down since 1973.
Among the deadliest: Iran Air Flight 655 involving a U.S. Navy ship.
CNN's George Howell has the story.
Another wave of U.S. military personnel arrived in Iraq Thursday as the deadly battle for control of the country rages on.
A bomb blast inside northern Baghdad killed 19 people and wounded 41 more. That comes a day after a suicide attack at a market south of Baghdad killed 13 people, and a car bomb explosion in northern Kirkuk killed six more people and wounded 21 others.
OutFront, CNN Military Analyst - Retired Colonel Peter Mansoor - who was the executive officer to General David Petraeus during the surge in Iraq. Also joining us, CNN Counterterrorism analyst and former CIA official Phil Mudd.
CNN has a rare look inside the former U.S. embassy in Iran where dozens of American diplomats were held and tortured by Iranians for 14 months in 1979.
Many may remember it from the Hollywood hit, Argo.
Today, the embassy is an anti-American museum, but it looks almost exactly like it did 34 years ago.
CNN's Jim Sciutto has the exclusive footage.