U.S. cuts military aid to Israel by 5%

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Times of Israel) The US will cut five percent, or $175 million, from its annual military aid package to Israel as part of across-the-board budgetary spending cuts, a more…

Damascus under fire, rebels get new arms

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (YNetNews) Assad's forces, backed by Hezbollah fighters, have launched a campaign to crush the rebel pockets in Damascus, particularly in the north-east of the capital and its surroundings. more…

Son's suicide is Rouhani's dark secret

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (YNetNews) Behind the smiles and the mirth brought about by Hassan Rouhani's triumph in the first round of the Iranian presidential election, there lurks a personal tragedy: his more…

Rabbi: 'Gays' have high violence potential

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (YNetNews) While the lesbian gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community is still coming to terms with recent developments in the Tel Aviv gay center shooting investigation, some are more…

Did Navy sub missile hit TWA 800?

by Jack Cashill -- The impending release of a new documentary has dramatically revived media interest in the destruction of TWA Flight 800, the Paris-bound plane that blew up off the coast more…

Snowden charged with espionage in sealed complaint

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Washington Post) Federal prosecutors have filed a sealed criminal complaint against Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor who leaked a trove of documents about top-secret surveillance more…

U.S. soldiers head to Egypt for riot control

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (KILLEEN DAILY HERALD) FORT HOOD — Looking through a clear shield, Pfc. Alexander Perez saw angry soldiers dressed in civilian gear, chanting and hurling Molotov cocktails past his more…

'Gift' gadgets used to spy on Chen

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (REUTERS) When Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng arrived in the United States in May last year he was given a fellowship at New York University, use of a Greenwich more…

1st State Department Benghazi photos released

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (CBS News) After being sued under Freedom of Information (FOIA) law, the State Department released its first photos Thursday showing the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist more…