Major U.S. internet sites were hit by a cyber attack that spread rapidly across the country and then into Europe.
Several lawmakers either testified or submitted testimony to the commission supporting a pay raise; some lawmakers, mainly Republicans, have called on the commission to reject a raise.
The source noted that, despite their "dissatisfaction" with these requests, the PA leadership will restrain itself and avoid any UNSC move until after the elections.
Clinton is ahead by and average 3.8 points in Florida, according to RealClearPolitics.
And now we'll all hold our breath until November 9, when a brave new world might just emerge for Israel…
Trump's view on third-trimester abortion conflicts with mainstream Jewish halakha.
One entry went: "You can hang Jews on trees, shoot them right in the knees. Gas as many as you please," according to the police report.
With US air power, Iraqi forces are still keeping their distance from Mosul itself and are expected to lay siege before directly engaging the jihadists.
"Most of the people who write about him don't [know him]. I do. So that gives me an ability to shrug off the things that I read about him that are wrong."
A gathering of nearly 50 world military leaders is held at U.S. Andrews Air Force Base on the first day of Sukkot. Israel wasn't there.
Neo-Nazi graffiti targets North Carolina's Republican Party with a threat after a firebomb attack.
The European Union harshly condemns Russia, warning its fierce bombing campaigns with regime forces in Syria could amount to war crimes.
Back in September, The Guardian reported the Adelsons were planning to donate as much as $25 million, later that figure was reduced to a mere $5 million, and now, apparently, they settled on $10 million.
Benjamin Netanyahu: "No matter how often lies about Israel are repeated, this doesn't make them true."
Russia's President Putin tells his people to prepare for nuclear war; US President Obama threatens a "massive cyber attack" on the Kremlin. Half the world hangs between.
The meeting was called by member states Egypt, Venezuela, Malaysia, Senegal and Angola, and was pushed by the PA delegation.
Once in the Mediterranean, the Kuznetsov will take up position off the coast of Syria for four to five months, possibly using its complement of 20 MIG 29, 12 SU-33, and Kamov helicopters to carry out airstrikes.
Cohen owns a security company for celebrities in the US, with clients such as Brad Pitt and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
As a sign of a changing relationship between Jews and Blacks, in 1982 the Harvard Black Law Students Association objected to Greenberg's teaching a civil rights course jointly with black lawyer Julius L. Chambers.
Israeli Jewish leaders and lawmakers across the board are livid over the UNESCO resolution on Jerusalem.