Many attending U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s college lecture Friday in his home state of Kansas will be listening for clues about whether he might run for the Senate next year, though it could be many months before anyone finds out.
The Trump administration has unveiled its plan for ending government control of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the two giant mortgage finance companies that nearly collapsed in the financial crisis 11 years ago and were bailed out at a total cost to taxpayers of $187 billion.
On Friday morning, Members of HEART Team 1 / Hatzalah Air/International / Hatzalah of Florida, departed Miami to the Bahamas to assist Chabad of Bahamas in search and rescue.
The crew of Hatzolah volunteers had to travel by boat, and brought with them lots of life-saving equipment, as well as food supplies and water.
The crew of a scuba diving boat that sank off the coast of Southern California made several attempts to rescue the 34 people who were trapped below decks by fire, but intense flames drove them back and all perished, federal authorities said Thursday.
Democratic presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke says a mandatory government buyback program for AK-47 and AR-15 rifles is needed because other gun control measures don’t do enough to remove weapons already on the streets.
An American Airlines mechanic is accused of sabotaging a flight over stalled union contract negotiations.
According to a criminal complaint affidavit filed in federal court, Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani admitted during an interview Thursday that he tampered with a navigation system on the plane so that he could collect overtime work.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says he’s no longer considering an independent presidential bid.
Schultz said Friday in a letter posted on his website, “I have concluded that an independent campaign for the White House is not how I can best serve our country at this time.”
Schultz faced intense resistance from Democratic activists who feared an independent run would give President Donald Trump an easier path to reelection.
Authorities prevented tens of men from leaving Israel to visit a hostile nation, Syria, attempting to travel via Jordan.
Israel Police working with security agencies, conducted a covert investigation during recent months, learning of a planned Druze community delegation from Galil and Carmel area communities, planning to travel to a hostile nation, Syria, hoping to meet with government representatives – a violation of the law.
President Donald Trump doesn’t make mistakes. At least according to him.
Trump’s relentless justifications of his erroneous warnings that Hurricane Dorian was threatening Alabama on Sunday, which created days of ridicule and skepticism, are just the latest example of the president’s lifelong reluctance to admit an error, no matter how innocuous.
Three people were severely burned in a fast moving fire overnight in Lakewood, NJ.
Lakewood Police say that the fire started at approximately 12:50AM, in the High-Point Condominium Complex.
The Vishnitzer Rebbe Shlita on Thursday morning asked chassidim during shachris to add Tehillim Perek 121 every day until elections for Knesset. Election Day is Tuesday, September 17, 2019.
According to the Rebbe, the decision was made to add the daily perek Tehillim at the meeting of the Moetzas Gedolei Torah of Agudas Yisrael on Wednesday night.
The Transportation Security Administration says the nine busiest days in its history occurred this summer as travelers jammed airports.
TSA acting deputy administrator Patricia Cogswell said Thursday that the agency screened 262 million people and 164 million checked bags from just before Memorial Day until the day after Labor Day.
U.S. employers added a modest 130,000 jobs in August, a sign that hiring has slowed but remains durable amid economic weakness and President Donald Trump’s trade war with China.
The job gain was boosted by the temporary hiring of 25,000 government workers for the 2020 Census.
Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman attacked Yair Lapid, referring to him as a “contagious disease” in response to Lapid’s recent harsh attacks against the chareidi tzibur as part of his election campaign.
Recently, a fascinating question was posed to the Sar HaTorah, Rav Chaim Kanievsky, about Israeli citizens that are currently abroad but have one opportunity to return temporarily to Eretz Yisroel.
Amazon-owned doorbell camera company Ring is facing questions from a U.S. senator over its partnerships with police departments around the country.
Sen. Edward Markey, a Massachusetts Democrat, sent a letter Thursday to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos raising privacy and civil liberty concerns about Ring cameras that are capturing and storing footage of U.S.
As was the case in the election for 21st Knesset in April 2019, a major asifa is scheduled to take place two days before elections for 22nd Knesset, with Election Day being on Tuesday, September 17, 2019.
The Trump administration is moving forward with a proposal to revoke part of California’s authority to set its own automobile gas mileage standards, a government official said Thursday, confronting a state that has repeatedly challenged the administration’s environmental rollbacks.
Drug chains CVS and Walgreens as well as grocery chain Wegmans Food Market have joined the chorus of retailers requesting that customers refrain from openly carrying firearms in their stores even where state laws allow it.
The condition of the IDF soldier who was seriously injured after being struck in his head with a stone during non-operational activities, is improving.
According to information released from the Galil Hospital, after 20 hours, during which the soldier was intubated and placed in a medically induced coma and underwent neurosurgery for his brain injury, his condition is improving.