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Bumbling Barack: Obama’s Bizarre Syria Policy

By John Podhoretz Today, the US president appeared in the Rose Garden to declare that he has the authority to strike Syria in a...

France: U.S. Is Not Alone in Syria

On Friday, French President François Hollande threw his weight behind a potential strike against Syria, saying in an interview that "the chemical massacre of...

NSA Leaks Reveal Hundreds of Cyber Ops

The classified "black budget" disclosure by NSA leaker Edward Snowden has revealed that U.S. intelligence agencies mounted 231 offensive cyber-operations in 2011, most of...

Seven El Al Baggage Handlers At Kennedy Airport Arrested for ‘Swiping’ iPads, Watch and...

Seven thieving "ramp rats" - JFK Airport baggage handlers working for a company hired by El Al Airlines - were busted on grand-larceny charges...

UN Team Leaves Syria

A United Nations team tasked with investigating a possible chemical weapons attack that killed 1,429 people, has left Syria, clearing what looks to ...

Obama Gambles On Getting Congress To Green-Light War With Syria

In a legacy-defining gamble, President Barack Obama announced today that he has decided to launch military strikes against Syria - but wants the...

Obama: No Decision Yet on Syria

President Obama has not made a decision on whether or not the U.S. will act in Syria, he said today, but he vows not...

Kerry: We Will Not Repeat Iraq; Calls Assad “A Thug and a Murderer”

Nearly 30 minutes late for his press conference on Syria, Secretary of State John Kerry described exactly "what we know" about the Assad ...

Americans Want Congress’s Approval

President Obama is not known for making rash decisions, but the American public would still like him to seek a second opinion before taking...

Photos: Kavod Hatorah On Display As Large Crowd Gathers for Yeshivas Mir Yerushalayim Annual...

This past Sunday evening, the Ne'emas Hachaim Hall was crowded with alumni and friends of Yeshivas Mir Yerushalayim at the annual Lakewood...