Baltimore reached a grim milestone on Friday, three months after riots erupted in response to the death of Freddie Gray in police custody: With 45 homicides in July, the city has seen more bloodshed in a single month than
The saying “Once in a blue moon” doesn’t disappoint. Tonight’s “blue moon”—the second full moon within the month—is somewhat of a rare occurrence: The last one occurred in August 2012.
The Obama administration is hiding 17 unclassified documents that are part of the Iran nuclear deal, according to a new report. The Daily Beast reports a cache of 18 documents are
Former president Jimmy Carter called the United States an “oligarchy” during a nationally broadcast radio interview this week.
In the wake of the Iran nuclear deal, Egypt and Saudi Arabia signed a pact boosting military and economic cooperation between the two leading Arab Sunni Muslim states.
After at least 15 years of hyping the idea of women in combat units, the IDF is admitting that women suffer injuries at a much higher rate than men during combat training – despite the fact that training
Israeli officials, including Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon, expressed their shock and outright condemnation of the terror attack in the Palestinian village of Duma. Ya’alon referred to the incident as “a
Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu on Friday forcefully condemned the arson attack on a Palestinian family — in which an infant was burned to death — as a “horrific, heinous” crime that is “a terror attack in
The yearlong U.S.-led military campaign against ISIS has failed to weaken the terror group, the AP reported Friday, citing American intelligence agencies. Intelligence analysts said the war against the self-
A recently developed vaccine against the Ebola virus provided 100 percent protection in preliminary trials, showing such promise that the World Health Organization is extending vaccination to “all people at