The White House says it's “reserving judgment” on PM Binyamin Netanyahu's visit to address a joint session of Congress on Iran Feb. 11.
Japan's prime minister says his nation will do its utmost to free two ISIS captives, but "will not give in to terror."
France will soon equip its police force with “stronger weapons” and hire 2,600 more counter terrorist forces, after the Paris attacks.
PM Netanyahu accepts invitation by Speaker Boehner to address joint session of Congress on the issue of Iranian nuclear threat, on Feb. 11.
At least two US warships have been moved to the Red Sea in case the Embassy in Yemen is evacuated.
The president boasts a failed policy of training foreign forces in countries whose culture is terror.
The Shia rebel Houthis reportedly seized control of the Yemeni capital palace.
An armed Hezbollah convoy along the Israeli border got everyone moving fast.
Obama made a pointed but veiled reference to Netanyahu scaremongering about Iran during a press briefing.
The 50 percent drop in the price of oil also could make it harder for Iran to find money for its nuclear program.
The Islamic State wants to punish Japan for spending $200 million on the war against ISIS.
Nasrallah said Turkey deals with ISIS and al-Nusra, and that the US no longer cares if Assad is dethroned.
Farmers at northern border ordered off their fields. UNIFIL, Israeli and Lebanese soldiers on high alert.
More significant than the elimination of Jihadi Mughniyeh is the death of six Iranian soldiers, including one commander.
Special prosecutor in Argentine Jewish Center bombing case shot dead after asserting president's involvement in cover-up.
Will anyone ever learn that enemies do not make peace until they stop being enemies?
Hezbollah warns an IAF air strike on its convoy in Syria may lead to a "costly adventure."
Israel took out at least 6 Hezbollah terrorists on the Golan Heights, including senior commanders...
Gag order lifted. The cell was based in the Galilee city of Sakhnin.
Tensions are high at the border in the wake of Hezbollah threats and IDF's expectations of a war.
When the IDF destroys terror tunnels, it is reported as aggression. When Egypt does so, it is against terror.
Obama urged senators to resist pressure from "donors" (i.e. Jews) to increase Iran sanctions.
Now all the U.S. Army has to do is figure which rebel is a fighter and a member of ISIS or Al Qaeda.
Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah is forced to admit publicly the terror group was penetrated by Israel.
Officials in Belgium are relieved for now: 'We've averted a Charlie Hebdo here" after police shoot and kill 2 ISIS-linked terrorists in a counter-terror raid.