The US State Department released its annual report on global terrorist activity on Thursday, listing Iran as the top state sponsor of terrorism and labeling the Islamic State as “the greatest threat globally” and a “formidable force” in Iraq and Syria.
More than half of Indiana’s police agencies failed to file hate crime reports with the FBI between 2009 and 2014, a trend advocates say is troubling and one reason why state lawmakers need to change the state’s standing as one of five states without a hate crime law.
The Jerusalem District Court on Sunday sentenced a man to 19 years in prison for carrying out hundreds of sex crimes against young teen and preteen boys in the capital.
The Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement blamed Israeli intelligence services over the weekend for a series of cyber attacks carried out against their movement’s websites in February and March.
Hasidic leaders in Montreal reacted angrily to police and youth protection officials locking down a Hasidic school for several hours.
Muhammad Ali, the three-time heavyweight boxing champion of the world, who declared himself “the greatest” and proved it with his fists,
FORT HOOD, Texas — An accident that killed nine Fort Hood soldiers in flooding during a training exercise in Texas has prompted multiple investigations.
A group of Twitter users are taking a stand against anti-Semites and white supremacists by embracing the neo-Nazi symbol being used to identify them on the social media platform.
Muhammad Ali has been placed on life support — and his family fears that it “likely won’t be long until he passes away,” according to a report.