The official request claims that the July 15 coup attempt was carried out under Gülen's "command and control."
Democratic lawmakers are concerned the veto would ignite a showdown between the White House and Congress that would damage the president.
The group of Al-Haq friendly lawmakers is led by one of the most anti-Israel members of Congress, Betty McCollum, US Representative for Minnesota's 4th congressional district.
Outraged residents of Amona and Ofra are denouncing the Likud government that is enforcing a court order to demolish their homes.
Maccabi Tel Aviv Football Club Foundation has become the first-ever Team Ambassador to the global organization for Israel's Special Olympics.
Samaria Regional Council chairman Yossi Dagan was hosted in Crown Heights to talk about Israeli resiliency in the face of terror on the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attack on New York.
In December 2012, Clinton fainted and suffered a concussion, from a stomach virus and dehydration, resulting in a clot and double vision, during the Congressional hearings on the Benghazi attack.
Itzhak Perlman received the $1 million Genesis Prize for his outstanding achievement as a classical musician and for his dedication to improving the lives of people with disabilities.
At its peak, the Crazy Eddie chain had 43 stores and reported more than $350 million in sales annually.
Hillary Clinton's personal physician says the Democratic candidate is suffering from pneumonia -- and that's why she collapsed at the New York 9/11 event.
An American attorney warns that illegals are using a loophole in the justice system to seize an opportunity for legal status.
PM Netanyahu says 15 years after "9/11" attack on America, terror affects the entire world and must be fought the same way -- by all nations, together.
Clinton "stumbled off the curb," her "knees buckled" and she lost a shoe, as she was being helped away from the ceremony.
US Ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro said that Israeli society stands out as a model in successfully passing on the memory of significant events and tragedies to future generations.
Friedman recalled, "On the way home, another sailor kissed me, just one on the cheek and went on his way. The sailors were especially happy."
The hackers have been themselves hacked "massively," revealing the identities of thousands of paying customers and the websites they wanted to target.
For one New Yorker, dealing with his 9/11 loss has manifested itself by helping others.
The would-be assassin of President Ronald Reagan was freed by a federal judge after 35 years.
General Motors is recalling some four million vehicles worldwide due to a defect that has caused at least one death so far. The company will update the computer software, free, to correct the problem.
Russia and the United States have agreed to work together to impose a cease-fire in Syria, again. Almost no one believes it will last: even their own allies.
On Friday, DOS Press Director Elizabeth Trudeau rebutted Netanyahu's accusation, although a careful reading of her attack on the PM reveals she didn't really answer his main argument.
An email the club owners sent to ticket buyers reads, “As we can’t support these positions, we’ve accordingly decided to cancel the concert."
The president of J Street shared how enraged he is by the fact that groups that work in direct defiance of US foreign policy enjoy a tax-exempt status in the US.
The batteries exploded or caught fire during recharging.
Back in 1994, the US under President Bill Clinton and North Korea signed the Agreed Framework, under which Pyongyang committed to freezing its illicit plutonium weapons program in exchange for aid.