Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in Washington yesterday to commemorate new peace accords with UAE and Bahrain – the first Arab states in a quarter century to normalize relations with Israel.
The peace accords between the Unite Arab Emirates and Israel could have major impacts on the future of the region, including possible compromises on Palestine and annexation of the West Bank.
Plus, what the civil disorder following the Black Lives Matter protests cost the insurance industry.
And, tips to ease Zoom fatigue.
Guests: Axios’ Jennifer Kingson, Eric Pandey and contributor Barak Ravid.
Over the last few weeks, the U.S. Supreme Court has handed down multiple setbacks to President Trump and conservatives on cases ranging from abortion to LGBTQ discrimination. Chief Justice John Roberts’ record shows he’s not siding with the left. Instead, he’s slowly but surely moving the court in a more conservative direction.
Plus, the airline industry suffers a gut punch. United Airlines warned thousands of employees to prepare for layoffs in October as air travel demand remains tepid.
And, the Black Lives Matter movement has gone global among sports teams.
Guests: Axios’ Sam Baker, Joann Muller and Kendall Baker