Netanyahu heads to court as 1st sitting Israeli PM on trial

JERUSALEM (AP) — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has arrived at a Jerusalem courthouse for the start of his long-awaited trial on corruption charges. Hundreds of supporters demonstrated outside the building Sunday as Netanyahu’s motorcade pulled up outside. He has denied any wrongdoing, and has dismissed the charges against him as a “witch hunt” by media and law enforcement. Police were prepared for demonstrations in support of and against the prime minister outside the Jerusalem court where the trial will take place.