A North Dakota man who allegedly planned to dognap Bo – one of the White House pooches – was arrested in Washington D.C. this week, according to court documents.
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration inappropriately paid an Amtrak employee more than $850,000 over 20 years to provide information on passengers who may be smuggling drugs, according a report from the Justice Department’s Office of Inspector General.
The House Intelligence chairman says his committee will look into a report the U.S. spied on the Israeli prime minister and in the process swept up communications with Congress.
WASHINGTON – Iranian Revolutionary Guards launched rockets near the US aircraft-carrier Harry S. Truman and other warships as they were entering the Gulf on Saturday, giving only brief notice in a “highly provocative” act, a US military spokesman said on Tuesday.
The U.S. maintained National Security Agency surveillance on Israeli officials, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during nuclear negotiations with Iran, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday in an exclusive that exposes the extent of cooperation and mistrust between the two allies.
NEW YORK – The American Jewish Committee has called on the United States Army to stop denying security clearances for Jews who have family living in Israel.
Dr. Gershon Pincus practices dentistry in Brooklyn and Manhattan. After many years in private practice he decided that he wanted to give something back to his country so he found an opportunity for part time work at a Naval Clinic in Saratoga Springs NY about 200 miles north of NYC.
he semantic dance of whether or not to call the July mass shooting in Chattanooga a “terrorist” attack appears to be winding down.
Washington – A Pentagon official says the U.S. killed a senior leader of the al-Shabab extremist group in an airstrike last week in Somalia.
The FBI called it a terror investigation and sources revealed that the female shooter in the California bloodbath pledged her loyalty to ISIS but the Obama administration was still hesitating Friday to declare that the massacre was terrorism.