The US claims that it is unlikely that ISIS shot down the Jordanian F-16 near Raqqa with a heat-seeking missile.
“All the News to Print that Fits Our Agenda”
A fundraising campaign started quietly by two first graders two years ago to help find a cure for a rare genetic disease just passed the $1 million mark.
The latest edition of Al Qaeda's online magazine urges lone wolf attacks on US airlines.
Rosenblatt and several Jewish residents of the neighborhood visited the station on the seventh night of Chanukah to show their support after the murder Saturday of two police officers in neighboring Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Gross jailed for his work on USAid project.
Israeli government considers forcing an end to partnership between Delek and Noble Energy groups on the Leviathan and Tamar natural gas fields; other investors are watching - and waiting.
Bank Leumi’s admission is the first time an Israel bank has confessed to helping U.S. customers evade taxes.
Just imagine the uproar if it was exposed that the Mossad told agents how to get past US security?
For the first time, the UN Security Council has placed North Korea's human rights record on the agenda for discussion.
The plot thickens as North Korea's Internet apparently goes offline, and Anonymous hackers enter the Sony cyber saga.
He had posted on Facebook, “Strike terror into the hearts of the enemies of Allah and your enemies.” It's part of a quote from the Qur'an.
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...
Prosecutor in Ferguson case said 'some witnesses lied under oath' to support officer's version of events.
Radical US Jewish lawyer involved in attempt to unite terrorists.
A Chabad rabbinic student stabbed in "770" has returned home from the hospital.
US teachers are learning "3-D printing" from the Dept. of Defense.
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.
Harvard announced it will "look into" its boycott of SodaStream. But will it remove the boycott?