President Obama is sending Jack Lew, the first Orthodox Jewish Treasury Secretary to the commemoration. Secretary Lew will be leading a delegation of State Department officials and Auschwitz survivors.
Facebook, Instagram and other social media platforms have fallen off the Internet worldwide.
Fifteen Auschwitz survivors, aged 80-94, returned this morning, Monday January 26, to the infamous death camp, Auschwitz, some for the first time.
Maybe the court will forgive the gang because one of them apologized.
French far-rightist politician Jean-Marie Le Pen suffered a facial injury.
Apple may have handed the Chinese government access to the software used in its iPhones.
ISIS-linked cyber terrorists promoting a 'Cyber Caliphate' were busy early Monday hacking the website of Malaysia Airlines.
Canada's Conservative government is set to consider new anti-terror legislation by the end of this week, following some nations in Europe.
For the first time in five years, Gaza's ruling Hamas terror government allows Israeli imports.
If US Jews were to make Aliyah at the rate the Jewish Agency expects from France, Israel would have 1 million more Jews.
ISIS terrorist murder of a Japanese citizen is terror against the world, says Israeli PM Netanyahu.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu says he'll go anywhere he's invited to prevent Iran from achieving nuclear weapons.
In the Alberta province of Canada, a synagogue was defaced with huge block letters scrawled on its walls: 'Leave Canada'
A 13 year old boy was maced by a gang in Paris. He was an easy target due to his kipa and tzitzit. What should the family do?
Miracles were added in France late last week when a soldier accidently fired a volley outside a Jewish center, harming no one.
Berlin refuses to name German companies who helped Syria build its chemical weapons program.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed his rage and demanded the release of the hostages.
"In case someone murders me, all the data is saved."
During this year’s Operation Smile campaign in Vietnam, two Israeli doctors joined 300 delegation members from 18 countries.
Criminal charges prepared by Alberto Nisman incriminate Argentine's president and Jewish foreign minister.