Israeli military intelligence chief resigns, citing Oct. 7 failures

The head of Israeli military intelligence on Monday announced his resignation more than six months after…

Scoop: U.S. expected to sanction IDF unit for human rights violations in West Bank

The Biden administration is slated to announce sanctions against the IDF’s Netzah Yehuda battalion for alleged…

Kari Lake disavows Arizona abortion ban

Republican Senate candidate Kari Lake on Tuesday came out against an Arizona state Supreme Court ruling…

Arizona Supreme Court rules a near-total abortion ban from 1864 is enforceable

The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a 160-year-old near-total abortion ban still on the books…

Earthquake shakes U.S. East Coast

An earthquake struck the East Coast of the United States on Friday, according to the U.S.…

Israeli Court Halts Subsidies for Ultra-Orthodox, Deepening Turmoil Over Mandatory Military Service

Israel’s Supreme Court on Thursday ordered an end to government subsidies for many ultra-Orthodox men who…

GOP Michigan state rep mistakenly claims Gonzaga team buses are for ‘illegal invaders’

A Republican state legislator in Michigan railed against buses of “illegal invaders” landing at his local…

No, it’s not WWIII: Experts say bridge collapse ‘almost certainly not’ planned attack

The tragic collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge has thrust Baltimore into the international spotlight…

Unfounded conspiracy theories spread online after Baltimore bridge collapse

Outlandish conspiracy theories circulated on X after a containership collided with a major bridge in Maryland,…

Kari Lake wants to forfeit ability to defend herself in ongoing defamation lawsuit.

Faced with the prospect of turning over information that could be used against her at trial,…

Tennessee Republican sued over post falsely identifying Kansas man as Chiefs parade shooter and ‘illegal Alien’

A Kansas man is suing Rep. Tim Burchett, R-Tenn., over social media posts that falsely identified…

Under pressure, PM revises Haredi enlistment plan but fails to satisfy critics

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu backtracked on parts of his proposed Haredi enlistment law on Monday, releasing…