Washington – American intelligence agencies are concerned about reports that foreign governments may be attempting to undermine the Nov. 8 U.S. elections through cyber attacks, Admiral Mike Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency, said on Tuesday.
The 9th President of Israel, Shimon Peres, suffered a stroke this evening (Tuesday) and was rushed to the Chaim Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer Hospital.
According to reports from Guatemalan news agencies, the building housing members of the “Lev Tahor” cult have been raided by the Public Ministry (MP) which investigates allegations of child abuse.
Ilan Shmuel, a former chauffer of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, was convicted Tuesday of sexually assaulting six girls between 9 and 16 years old, some of them related to him.
Israel has launched a new military satellite, security officials said Tuesday.
The 911 emergency phone lines are critical to US national security, and their infrastructure is considered one of the 16 most critical systems in the nation, with the government investing resources in it accordingly.
PARIS, France — Smartphone app Telegram, favored by the Islamic State group thanks to the encrypted messaging it offers, is proving a headache for French anti-terror investigators.
On Monday the Israeli Supreme Court upheld a law giving US tax authorities access to Israeli bank account information, rejecting claims by petitioners that the law violated personal privacy rights.
The Syrian military said it shot down two Israeli military aircraft, including a drone, Tuesday morning, alleging they attacked a government-held position in the country’s south.