“All the News to Print that Fits Our Agenda”
The latest edition of Al Qaeda's online magazine urges lone wolf attacks on US airlines.
More than 300 theaters throughout the US have already placed orders to get the film.
The plot thickens as North Korea's Internet apparently goes offline, and Anonymous hackers enter the Sony cyber saga.
Oscar-winner “Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport” has been selected for permanent preservation in the Library of Congress by the National...
The U.S. government has definitely linked North Korea to the cyber terror siege of Sony Pictures.
U.S. lawmakers were divided, but many upset, about Pres. Barack Obama's secret talks that restored full relations with Cuba.
The New York premier of Sony's new film, "The Interview" has been scrapped due to a terror threat.
Former AP correspondent exposes the shoddiness of modern journalism, especially about Israel.
Gad Elbaz wrote on Facebook, “A Miracle, a miracle a miracle of Hanukkah.”
A Golden Globes award will help women still chained by obstinate husbands.
He was killed in the same region where 3 days ago, three reporters from the Orient network were killed.
A Newsweek article riddled with fabrications, errors and Palestinian Arab propaganda
Iconic Jewish entertainer Joan Rivers was generous to the end with family, friends and staff, and also supported Jewish causes.
Editor-in-chief and the op-ed editor of the Jerusalem Post respond to UNRWA's call to boycott paper
OUTRAGEOUS: UNRWA call for boycott of Israeli newspaper may also violate State Dept. neutrality agreement
YouTube apparently reversed its decision to terminate the MEMRI channel.
Lapid already is stuck on word – mi-nu-tak [disconnected] but is he talking about Netanyahu or himself?
It's not even safe to be thought you are Jewish these days.
MEMRI translates and exposes hate content from mainstream Arabic and Islamic terrorist group media outlets, which would otherwise go unnoticed by the non-Arabic speaking public.
AP protests to the contrary, another reporter said he was told AP reporters can't interview NGO-Monitor's Prof. Steinberg.
“Matti Friedman’s revelations regarding the efforts to censor NGO Monitor and me as its president are not entirely surprising,” said Professor Gerald Steinberg.
There are two news items here – the firebombing and the intentionally deaf and blind establishment media.
AP banned its reporters from quoting pro-Israel Professor Gerald Steinberg and his NGO-Monitor regarding the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The NYT published sensitive info on a Ferguson cop -- but ignored a US condemnation of terror.