Tensions are escalating in the Middle East with fears that war could be imminent.
On Monday, dozens of rockets were fired in a single hour. Israeli officials say 85 total were fired by Hamas, and the military wing of that terror group has confirmed they fired those rockets.
Earlier, five Hamas members were killed by Israeli airstrikes in Gaza - and Israel has since given this operation an official name: Operation Protective Edge.
The beating of an American teen at the hands of Israeli police has not helped matters, even though an Israeli official says if the allegations are true, "Israeli police involved will have to pay a price."
OutFront: Tariq's aunt, Sanah Abu Khdeir and Tariq's family lawyer, Hassan Shibly.
The swimmer who found himself in the jaws of a white shark is speaking about his harrowing encounter over the weekend. Steven Robles was in the water, off California's Manhattan Beach when a shark bit down on Robles' chest.
Fortunately, surfers in the area were able to get Robles to shore where he was treated.
Mr. Robles is OutFront.View my Flipboard Magazine.
It's the story of a kiss gone amiss - a celebratory moment when an athlete puckered up only to look like a sucker.
CNN's Jeanne Moos has more on when kisses become misses.
Authorities are digging deeper into the death of Cooper Harris, the Georgia toddler who was strapped in his car seat for seven hours in the sweltering heat before he was found dead.
His father, Justin Ross Harris is in jail and faces charges in connection with Cooper's death. Search warrants were released Monday, seeking medical records and hard drives, indicating authorities are also taking a look into the family's finances.
Cooper's mother has not been charged with any crime but authorities have repeatedly mentioned her actions, raising suspicion about her potential involvement.
David Mattingly is Outfront with more on Leanna Harris.
For all of you out there with a lot of money and power, we have the car for you - a $1 million Mercedes.
According to reports, the luxury carmaker will soon be reviving its Pullman brand, a model that for decades carried celebrities, world leaders even the pope.
The new version is said to be based on the Mercedes S-Class, and after you add in the options like the bulletproof glass
and armor plating, the price tag could top $1 million dollars.
CNN's Richard Quest is OutFront.View my Flipboard Magazine.