More than 26,000 members of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) have come out in favor of creating a Watergate-style investigatory committee that would be tasked with determining the truth behind the Sept. 11, 2012, attacks in Benghazi, Libya.
Since the presidential election we have been told, repeatedly and gleefully, that the Republican Party is doomed, that demographics and history are on the side of President Barack Obama and the progressive movement, that the GOP base is unhinged, and that Tea Party radicalism threatens to upend conservative hopes not only in 2014 but also in 2016. But in the space of one week that story, true or not, has been eclipsed by another one: Washington finally has turned on Obama.
For about $27, Palestinians in the Gaza Strip can have Kentucky Fried Chicken smuggled through an illicit underground smuggling tunnel connected to Egypt, according to reports.
A former senior official at a pro-Iran activist group has been a member of the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) since June 2012, sparking concern among proponents of a tough U.S. policy stance toward Tehran.
Russian President Vladimir Putin refused to back out of a contract to supply surface-air S-300 missiles to the Syrian Army in a Tuesday meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the Tower reports.
Jewish Democrats are upset with the liberal fringe group J Street for hosting a congressional dinner event on Wednesday evening during a major Jewish holiday.
Hamas officials are publicly debating when to impose Islamic law upon Gaza citizens, the Tower reports.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad could face up to “74 lashes” with a whip for allegedly interfering in the country’s upcoming elections, according to regional media reports.
A tenured Columbia University professor is facing criticism for claiming in a column published Tuesday by Al Jazeera that Zionism is anti-Semitic and that the Jewish people who opposed Zionism and Israel died in the Holocaust, a notion that critics deemed anti-Semitic.
A previously unknown group of hackers believed to be Iranian has opened cyber attacks in the United States against U.S. companies.