US National Intelligence Director James Clapper on Thursday warned that America must be ready for a “large, Armageddon-scale” cyber attack, in remarks made at an annual conference of members of the US intelligence community in Washington DC.
A bullet pierced the side of a tractor-trailer on a Phoenix freeway Thursday, and police said they were treating it as the 11th attack in a string of shootings over the past two weeks that have terrorized drivers.
A Jewish teenager reported being assaulted near Paris by three men who hit him and called him a “dirty Jew.”
The Wall Street CEO who was hit with a bombshell $18 million jury award in June for sexually harassing and then trashing online his pretty, young Swedish intern has been indicted on stock manipulation charges that netted him at least $20 million in illegal profits, new court papers state.
The European Parliament passed a non-binding resolution Thursday calling on the European Union to differentiate “between Israel and its activities in the occupied Palestinian Territory” and to ensure “that all agreements between the EU and Israel must unequivocally and explicitly indicate their inapplicability to the territories occupied by Israel in 1967.”
A veteran NYPD sergeant accused of splashing semen on a civilian employee as she walked down a hallway at One Police Plaza has been criminally charged for the sick act, prosecutors announced Wednesday in Manhattan court.
Qasem Soleimani, commander of Iran’s elite Quds Force, has sent hundreds of ground soldiers into Syria in the past few days apparently in cooperation with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, said a senior Israeli security official Thursday.
An NYPD officer has been placed on modified assignment following claims by former tennis professional James Blake that he was thrown to the ground and then handcuffed while mistakenly being arrested Wednesday at a Manhattan hotel, police said.
For the Kremlin, the interfaith roundtable last Thursday at Kazan’s Hall of Culture provided the perfect propaganda moment.
As the High Holy Days approach, Israelis of all religious backgrounds are cognizant of a more spiritual atmosphere in the country and that includes IDF soldiers, who during the past several weeks have been taken to meet some of the Jewish world’s most prestigious spiritual leaders.