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Israel attacks 4 countries in 48 hours

In less than 48 hours, Israel reportedly has launched military airstrikes on Syria, Palestine, Lebanon and Iraq, escalating tensions across the region. Former Pentagon official Michael Maloof weighs in. The Justice Department and FBI say a camera situated outside of Epstein's jail cell is unusable, according to reports. Plus, an Oklahoma judge has ruled that pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson is responsible for driving the state's opioid crisis and has imposed a $572 million fine. Mollye Barrows of Trial Lawyer magazine weighs in. Meanwhile, a Russian aircraft leasing company called Avia has become the first customer to sue aviation giant Boeing over the failure of its 737 MAX 8 Jets. Avia wants to cancel its order of 35 MAX 8 jets and demands a refund plus interest. RT America’s Ashlee Banks has the latest.