Security weaknesses in the computing systems of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) pose a cyber threat to U.S. airspace and has left the FAA with insufficient ability “to ensure the safe and uninterrupted operation of the national airspace system,” according to a new report by the federal government’s watchdog group.
The Obama administration is pursuing a nuclear deal with Iran that experts say leaves the United States with insufficient leverage to dismantle Tehran’s nuclear infrastructure and the Islamic Republic a year away from obtaining a nuclear bomb.
The State Department’s counterterrorism office is facing pushback after promoting recent remarks by a Muslim cleric who blamed regional unrest in the Middle East on what he called a “conspiracy” by a “new global colonialism allied to world Zionism.”
The Secret Service arrested two individuals for attempting to enter the White House in separate, back-to-back incidents on Sunday and Monday that highlight continued security threats at the president’s residence.
The Senate on Thursday unanimously passed a resolution welcoming Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to America and endorsing his speech before a joint session of Congress.
Cellphone, Internet, and telephone services across half of Arizona went dark on Wednesday after vandals sliced a sensitive fiber optic cable, according to those familiar with the situation. The incident is raising concerns about the safety of U.S. infrastructure.
Rep. Dennis Ross (R., Fla.) was accosted by several women shouting “Allah Hu Akbar” and “Leave!” while touring the holy Temple Mount area of Jerusalem’s Old City last week, according to video of the incident and an interview with the lawmaker.
“Allah Hu Akbar!” the group of several women can be seen shouting at Ross as they wave their hands frantically. The screams continue as Ross attempts to speak about his visit to the Muslim holy site, as seen in a video posted on YouTube by the Temple Institute.
Secretary of State John Kerry admitted before Congress on Wednesday that the United States is aware of a secret Iranian facility that an Iranian opposition group identified this week as being part of an undisclosed parallel nuclear program.
Anti-Semitism on college campuses is growing, with more than half of Jewish students claiming they have witnessed or been subjected to some form of anti-Jewish harassment, according to a new report by a leading human rights organization.
An Iranian dissident group known for exposing key aspects of Iran’s secret nuclear work now claims it has new evidence of “an active and secret parallel nuclear program” operated by Tehran.