The deputy head of Hamas’s political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, said Friday that the Gaza-ruling terror group intends “to join” the new “Al-Aqsa intifada,” Israel’s Channel 10 reported.
Starting next Thursday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio will make his first visit to Israel since taking office. Visiting the Jewish state has been considered a tradition for mayors of the city with more Jewish
Some 2,000 participants from 60 countries, among them the heads of every space agency around the globe, are expected to attend the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) that begins Monday at
Far Rockaway, NY – The effort from earlier this afternoon was extremely organized and covered numerous neighborhoods. 3,000 fliers were distributed and we continually hope that somebody,
Despite pleas from Republican leaders and the conservative commentariat, Rep. Paul Ryan maintained that he will not seek the House Speaker role Friday.
Rep. Darrell Issa said Friday morning that he too might run for speaker of the House. The announcement came the morning after fellow California Republican Kevin McCarthy dropped the
Amid escalating terror attacks in Jerusalem, Boys Town Jerusalem closed school at 1:30 PM Thursday and dismissed over 900 students to their homes. The closure at Boys Town comes in conjunction with a
The U.S. has abandoned its program for training moderate rebels to fight ISIS in Syria, The New York Times reported today. Some $500 million was allotted for the program, which produced fewer than
A federal judge on Thursday rejected more attempts by defense attorneys for Sen. Bob Menendez and co-defendant Salomon Melgen to have parts of their indictment on bribery and other corruption charges