Friday, March 22nd, 2019 How much really changed when the president sent a tweet about Israel? He said it's time to recognize Israel's claim to land it seized from Syria. The rest of the world begs to differ, as it has for fifty-two years. A House committee says Jared Kushner uses a messaging app and private email to conduct official business. Haven't the president's supporters chanted that misusing email was a reason to lock someone up? And the European Union has extended the deadline for Britain to leave the EU. Will it be enough time for Prime Minister Theresa May to get Parliament on board with her plan?
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Friday, March 22nd, 2019

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How much really changed when the president sent a tweet about Israel? He said it's time to recognize Israel's claim to land it seized from Syria. The rest of the world begs to differ, as it has for fifty-two years. A House committee says Jared Kushner uses a messaging app and private email to conduct official business. Haven't the president's supporters chanted that misusing email was a reason to lock someone up? And the European Union has extended the deadline for Britain to leave the EU. Will it be enough time for Prime Minister Theresa May to get Parliament on board with her plan?

Correction March 22, 2019

In this report we incorrectly refer to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as president.