A ship's captain says he saw "a flame in the sky" over the site where Egypt Air flight MS804 disappeared.
Senate Democrats went against the wishes of the Obama administration, which warned the bill could expose Americans overseas to legal risks.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi offered to act as a mediator in the Israeli-"Palestinian" conflict.
US Rep. Randy Forbes told the Washington Free Beacon Iran broke laws in its treatment of American sailors.
The Da'esh (ISIS) terrorist group is continue to lay siege to the Iraqi city of Baghdad as U.S. armed forces continue to bolster Iraqi and other soldiers in their defense.
The punishment in Lebanon for "crimes against nature" is up to one year in prison.
ISIS declares a state of emergency in its self-declared capital of Raqqa -- but its reasons are not yet clear.
Asharq al-Awsat said the rebel factions were camped some 7 miles away from Damascus airport and did not have the capabilities to kill Badreddine.
Secy of State John Kerry apparently responded to PM Netanyahu's call to denounce Iran's Holocaust cartoon contest.
“I think that every country in the world must stand up and fully condemn this,” Netanyahu said. “This is what I told US Secretary of State John Kerry last night in my conversation with him.”
Venezuelan President Maduro declares a state of emergency as he fights to retain control over a population increasingly protesting rule by his administration.
Hezbollah has backed away from accusing Israel of killing its Number 2 commander.
ISIS and Hezbollah have both released apps to teach young children to be terrorists.
The Iranian pilot was flying for Turkish Airlines.
“We do not mean to approve or deny the Holocaust," said the exhibition's curator. Good to know.
The attack happened in Aleppo.
Mustafa Badr A-Din (Badreddine), the head of Hezbollah's military operations was reportedly killed by an Israeli air strike in Syria.
PM Netanyahu says the threat of sending Israeli commandos into Cairo was enough to convince Egypt's president to send his own troops to rescue Israeli embassy staff from a mob.
On April 11, 2002, Al-Qaeda blew up a truck bomb attack near El Ghriba synagogue in Djerba.
US Secretary of State John Kerry did say in the past that the US and its allies were “prepared to work on a new arrangement to find a peaceful solution to these issues.”
Understandably, Iran's authorities were not amused.
The Islamic State's Sharia court murdered the little boy in front of his parents.
It is not clear how the resignation of Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu will affect the talks between Israel and Ankara.
NATO invites Israel to open a permanent office at its headquarters in Brussels - a major diplomatic upgrade for the Jewish State.
Israel and Egypt are united in opposing an American decision to reduce its contingent in the Sinai multinational force by a third.