Most Saturday mornings, the Rev. Al Sharpton rallies his National Action Network on issues of civil rights and policing. But on Aug. 15, he made an unusual announcement: African-Americans had to back President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran.
Hezbollah has increased its general alert level along the border with Israel, Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Rai reported Saturday, “for fear of attempts by Israel to drag Lebanon and Syria into an escalation of a state less than war but more than an operation.”
Late last year, at a modest investor conference in a Ramat Gan hotel, dozens of people showed up to hear about three startups traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
New York – A man who gunned down a security guard at a federal building in Manhattan before killing himself was a whistleblower who had been given “a raw deal” by the agency that fired him, a New Jersey congressman who took up the man’s case said Saturday.
LOWER MANHATTAN – Two people shot have been shot outside of a federal building in Lower Manhattan, police said.
Former Defense Minister Ehud Barak is claiming that Israel was ready to strike Iran’s nuclear facilities in 2011, but Ministers Moshe Ya’alon and Yuval Steinitz refused, and the plan was nixed.
NEW YORK — Police are looking for a man who they said tried to rape a 20-year-old woman in Brooklyn.
She gave him the finger!
The Obama administration says the No. 2 leader of the Islamic State militant group is dead, killed in a US military airstrike in Iraq earlier this week.
Off-duty members of the U.S. military subdued a gunman “known to intelligence services” after he opened fire, injuring three aboard on a high-speed train en route to Paris from Amsterdam Friday.