In what would be a dramatic reversal, the US House could vote Friday on a measure that would clear the way for Washington to send $225 million to Israel to replenish its Iron Dome missile interceptors.

After killing the funding several times during dramatic moments on the Senate floor Thursday evening, the upper chamber approved it as a stand-alone measure Friday morning.

Neither chamber was supposed to be in town today, but the extra day before a five-week recess period gave the Iron Dome funding, requested by Tel Aviv and the Pentagon, new life for approval before September. […]