WASHINGTON – The United States borrowed an Israeli military tactic known as “roof knocking” to try to warn civilians before it dropped a bomb targeting Islamic State fighters in Iraq this month, but a woman was killed in the attack, a US military official said on Tuesday.
He wasn’t Manhattan’s typical clubgoer a portly and disheveled man in dad jeans and sandals with a cane, sipping soda through a bendy straw.
An American Airlines pilot flunked two sobriety tests before a 7 a.m. flight out of Detroit. An Alaska Airlines pilot flew a commercial plane from California to Oregon and back again, all while allegedly drunk.
Israel Police are investigating a man suspected of possible involvement in a series of murders in Israel in recent years, it was cleared for publication on Tuesday.
Jerusalem – Israel is currently investigating the possibility that the Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade, an ISIS-affiliated group fighting in Syria’s civil war in the southern Golan Heights region, possesses chemical weapon, according to a report by Israel’s Channel 10.
France – Report: Israel Bias Suspected Behind Axed Tech Deal That Could Have Flagged Paris Attackers
France – Terrorist-tracking technology offered by an Israeli company to French security officials could have helped detect the Islamic State terror cells that carried out attacks in Parislast year and more recently in Brussels, Fox News on Monday cited an anonymous Israeli security expert as saying.
Last week, we painfully absorbed the news of the merciless bus bombing in Jerusalem.
Washington — James Clapper, said Monday that ISIS has clandestine cells in the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy, comments that come as President Barack Obama concludes an overseas visit where he asked Europe to contribute more to the fight against ISIS.
CHICAGO – A man who alleges he was sexually abused by former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert and later promised $3.5 million to stay quiet filed a breach-of-contract lawsuit Monday, saying he’s owed more than half the money Hastert promised.