International community condemns Kiryat Arba attackAfter the horrifying murder of 13 year-old Hallel Ariel, the world unites to condemn the terrorist that killed her.
Benghazi report revealed: Surprise allies, security snafusSacrificed for politics: 4 Americans die as State Department worries about offending Libya. The rest rescued by Qhaddafi supporters.
Will US government help detained teenager?Mother of young boy barred from parents home who spent weekend in police custody appeals to US embassy for help
US: 6-year-old accidentally shoots and kills 4-year-old brotherTragedy in New Jersey: 6-year-old boy shoots younger brother while playing with gun
United States blacklists three of ISIS's local branchesUnited States adds ISIS branches in Libya, Yemen and Saudi Arabia to its global terrorism blacklist.
United States 'reluctant' to support French peace initiativeState Department unable to say whether Kerry will attend France's international summit aimed at solving Israel-PA conflict.
United States to give Gaza $50 million in aidUnited States announces $50 million aid program for Gaza, to be used over five years for humanitarian aid and job creation.
Poll: American sympathy for Palestinians is growingMillennials' support for Palestinians jumped threefold in 10 years, Democrats 4 times more likely to side with Palestinians.
Pentagon allowing more civilian casualties to fight ISISUp to 10 civilians allowed to be killed on missions as a matter of course, Defense Department officials say.
Longest cross-border drug tunnel seized by US agentsAgents seize a ton of cocaine and seven tons of marijuana in near half-mile long tunnel found between Mexico and California.
Paul Ryan: US-Israel relationship is 'more important than ever'During first official visit abroad as US Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan comes to Israel. 'We must work together against mutual threats.'
US: North Korea 'probably' has miniaturized nukesGrowing number of US analysts think Kim Jong-Un has a mini nuclear warhead, but they remain hesitant despite Chinese warnings.
US secretly gave Iran $1.7 billion in 'ransom payment'Officials try to avoid answers on large payment to Iran in January. Congressman insists it was ransom for US prisoners.
Former First Lady Nancy Reagan dies at 94Widow of former US President Ronald Reagan dies of congestive heart failure on Sunday.
‘Juniper Cobra 16’ military exercise beginsJoint ballistic missile exercise involving US European Command and IDF commences.
Revealed: America's cyber strike plan on IranNYT report uncovers Nitro Zeus cyberattack plan meant to disable Iran if nuclear diplomacy failed, along with Fordo cyber assault.
ISIS leader's widow charged over US hostage deathWife of killed ISIS financial leader charged with keeping US aid worker as slave.
First case of Zika virus hits USVirus reported in Texas attributed to human transmission and not mosquito bite.
'Will France also offer international conference for ISIS?'Political officials express fury over French proposal. US also prefers solution that is not unilateral.
Revealed: US, UK infiltrated Israeli intelligenceNewly released Snowden documents expose 18-year hacking of Israeli drone missions; 'the most serious leak in Israeli intelligence history.'
Did the US pay Iran $1.7 billion in ransom?Republicans demand an inquiry as Iran reveals US taxpayer fund transfer was 'in return' for prisoner release, and came on the same day.
Iran had missiles locked on US warships, ready to fireAfter release of sailors, Navy Commander says Iran had aircraft carrier in range, ready to 'destroy' inflicting 'historical catastrophe.'
Israel abuses refugees? Look closer at the rest of the worldNew study reveals that, while foreign countries claim Israel abuses Palestinian refugees, they treat own refugees worse.
Russia considers US a threat to its national securityRussian President Vladimir Putin has signed off on a document listing US, NATO as threats to national security.
US: Grand jury won't indict white cop for shooting black youthTimothy Loehmann not to be indicted for shooting 12-year-old Tamir Rice, while latter held authentic-looking gun.
China accuses US of 'serious military provocation'China claims US Air Force deliberately flew bombers over artificial islands it claims as own. US says flight was result of pilot error.
US says it fears Russian challenge to a Syria no-fly zoneSen. John McCain slams 'embarrassing' admission by general about why US is wary of imposing a no-fly zone.
US charges American with helping Al Qaeda linked rebel groupUS citizen charged with violating sanctions against Syria and defrauding the US, tried to provide military equipment to group.
UN weighing new measures to choke off ISISUnited States and Russia drafting UN resolutions aimed at ramping up global efforts to choke off the ISIS's sources of financing.
Pollard release a time of self-examination for Israel'How did we let a person stay in prison for so long when we were also responsible?'
Khamenei accuses US of infiltrating Iran with 'money and sex'In televised address, Iran's supreme leader urges fellow Iranians not to fall into American 'enemy's trap.'
US admits to killing 30 in clinic due to 'human error'Results of investigation reveal extent of snafu in US gunship shelling medical clinic in Afghanistan, thinking it was hitting Taliban.
Turkey announces 'plans' for joint US operation against ISISReports suggest operation will involve clearing terrorists from an area between Mare and Jarablus in northern Syria.
US accuses Russia of making Syria worseRussian airstrikes in Syria have displaced at least 120,000 people, senior US official Anne Patterson tells House Foreign Affairs Committee.
Spy game: IDF jets held Iran strike dry run in 2012US, Israeli officials reveal the breakdown in ties over Iran, as Israel had to spy to learn of nuclear talks, and US spied on strike plans.
France 'Wants to Combat Violent Escalation' in IsraelFrench Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius to discuss escalating violence with US Secretary of State John Kerry.
Putin Blasts US as Having 'Mush for Brains'Russian President slams Washington for refusing to share intelligence with Moscow on Syria conflict.
US, Russia Make 'Progress' in Talks About Syrian AirspaceWashington and Moscow look for ways to avoid encroaching on each other during airstrikes in Syria.
US Seeks Iranian Help as ISIS Strategy in TattersWhite House reaches out to Tehran to help broker 'solution' in Syria, as Obama admin's strategy fails miserably.
Three Hamas Terrorists Placed on US BlacklistMilitary commander Mohammad Deif and two operatives released in Gilad Shalit prisoner swap placed on US 'terror blacklist.'
Netanyahu: 'Today We Have a Country' to Combat Anti-SemitismPrime Minister expresses gratitude to Foreign Ministry officials for working hard to combat lies and slanders against Israel worldwide.
US Condemns Assad's 'Disregard for Human Life'US demands Syrian President Bashar al-Assad be given the boot after nearly 100 killed in devastating regime strike in Syria.
Turkey, US Ready to Begin Anti-ISIS MissionAfter a 'pause' for coordination, official says, Turkey and the US are ready to begin operations against Islamic State terror organizaiton.
US, Russia Agree on UN Syria Chemical Arms ResolutionJohn Kerry announces agreement with Moscow to finally determine who is responsible for chemical weapons attacks in Syria.
US Returns Hundreds of Iraqi Artifacts After Raid on ISISISIS's top financier caught with artifacts raided from Assyrian-era historical sites; they were likely to be sold on the black market.
Documents Show That the US 'Routinely Spied' on BrazilNew documents reveal that the US has been spying on Brazil since 2011 in order to obtain economic advantages.
$2.8 Billion in Federal Obamacare Payments UnverifiedAudit reveals massive mismanagement by govt. in payments to insurance companies placing billions of taxpayer dollars 'at risk.'
Ex-Envoy Reveals How Obama Betrayed Israel AllianceFormer ambassador Oren details how Obama abandoned 'no daylight' and 'no surprises,' and single-handedly brought relations to a nadir.
Jerusalem Remains a City without a CountryThe US Administration obstinately refuses to recognize Israel's capital.
Chicago Democrats Abandon Obama on his 'Last Request'Obama turns to his long-time allies in Chicago to back 'fast track' authority for trade deal, gets a cold shoulder from the Windy City.
Officials: Largest Cyberattack on US Government in HistoryPersonal info of 4 million federal employees hacked; US points the finger at China, which denies the charges.
Sec of Def Ashton Carter: Iraqis Have No 'Will to Fight' ISISUS Secretary of Defense criticizes Iraqi forces for fleeing Ramadi and leaving the city to ISIS, despite having them 'vastly outnumbered'
ISIS Threatens Egyptian Judges Over Morsi SentenceISIS has threatened judges in Egypt with death after a decision to execute former president Mohammed Morsi last week.
UN, US Condemn Russian Embassy Attack in DamascusSerious damage caused to embassy after rebel mortar attack.
US, EU Condemn 'Illegal' Building in JerusalemPlans released to build 900 homes in Ramat Shlomo. EU, US condemn 'illegal' and 'disappointing' move.
US to UN: Investigate Syrian Chemical Weapons UseDiplomats say there is 'mounting evidence' of more chlorine gas attacks despite lengthy chemical removal process.
US Strikes Miss ISIS, Kill 52 Syrian CiviliansObserver group says US strikes hit town without any terrorists in it, killing 7 children, although more are still trapped in the rubble.