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New York sees a major increase in tourism

New York sees a major increase in tourism

According to Crain’s New York, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island attracted 4.2 million visitors last year—the islands’ third biggest year in visitation after… Read More ›

ISIS use tweeter to ask for ways to kill pilots

ISIS use tweeter to ask for ways to kill pilots

The radical Islamic State terror group is asking social media users how it should murder the Jordanian pilot captured while flying a mission for the… Read More ›

The unemployment rate in the U.S. is at its lowest point

The unemployment rate in the U.S. is at its lowest point

The United States capped its best year for hiring in 15 years with a healthy gain in December, and the unemployment rate reached a six-year… Read More ›

Europe fears that hostility to “Islamization” is gaining ground

Europe fears that hostility to “Islamization” is gaining ground

A day after terror struck Paris, Europe’s far-right and anti-immigrant parties pressed home the message that has fueled their resurgence: The continent’s rising numbers of… Read More ›

London and Manchester boost police presence at synagogues

London and Manchester boost police presence at synagogues

British police are to step up security in Jewish areas of the country after reports of hostages being taken at a Paris kosher supermarket, a… Read More ›

US reproves Turkey-Hamas ties

US reproves Turkey-Hamas ties

The United States has criticized Turkey for courting Hamas amid reports that leaders of the Gaza terror group could be expelled from Qatar, its top… Read More ›

Republican Jews try to win over democratic voters

Republican Jews try to win over democratic voters

According to Politico, with the loss of Jewish Politician, Eric Cantor, the pro-Israel donors are worrying about their issues being discussed. They intend to enforce… Read More ›

5 hostages taken at Kosher market in Eastern Paris

5 hostages taken at Kosher market in Eastern Paris

At least five hostages taken at grocery store, gunman suspected of killing policewoman Thursday, One shot. A shootout at a kosher supermarket in eastern Paris… Read More ›

Two brothers wanted in the newspaper office attack were on US no-fly list

Two brothers wanted in the newspaper office attack were on US no-fly list

The two French brothers wanted in the newspaper office bloodbath in Paris were already known to U.S. authorities and had been put on the American… Read More ›

Jordan has walked away from a 15-year deal to buy Israeli natural gas

Jordan has walked away from a 15-year deal to buy Israeli natural gas

Jordan canceled a 15-year deal to buy Israeli natural gas from a US company and has instead said it will buy gas from the coast… Read More ›

Former CIA chief addresses Paris attack

Former CIA chief addresses Paris attack

Former CIA Director Michael Hayden says the deadly attack on a French satirical newspaper demonstrates “the increased sophistication” of groups bent on terrorism. Hayden says… Read More ›

Iran’s leader would never trust the United States

Iran’s leader would never trust the United States

Iran’s supreme leader has said the United States cannot be trusted to lift sanctions in a future nuclear deal and that Tehran should instead develop… Read More ›

Will airlines and airport workers be screened for guns

Will airlines and airport workers be screened for guns

Senator Charles Schumer called Wednesday for daily federal screening of airport and airline workers for weapons following last month’s arrests of five men accused of… Read More ›

Gazans struggle to find heat and shelter in stormy weather

Gazans struggle to find heat and shelter in stormy weather

Palestinians in Gaza who lost their houses in the recent war faced harsh conditions on Wednesday amid strong wind and heavy rains in the region. The… Read More ›

Pro-Russian hackers have claimed responsibility for an attack on German government websites

Pro-Russian hackers have claimed responsibility for an attack on German government websites

The group CyberBerkut brought down the websites for Germany’s parliament and Germany’s Chancellor, Angela Merkel. The websites were not loading for hours, though the government… Read More ›

Hillary Clinton has great support to run for the 2016 presidential elections

Hillary Clinton has great support to run for the 2016 presidential elections

Former congressman Barney Frank will be appearing at a small-dollar fund-raiser for pro-Clinton super PAC later this month. According to Capital New York, the fundraiser… Read More ›

Suicide bomber kills at least 30 people in Sanaa

Suicide bomber kills at least 30 people in Sanaa

A suicide bomber driving a minibus killed at least 30 people Wednesday as cadets gathered to enroll at a police academy in the heart of… Read More ›

French police searching for gunmen who killed 12 people in Paris

French police searching for gunmen who killed 12 people in Paris

Two gunmen opened fire at the headquarters of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris on Wednesday, killing 12 people. The gunmen fled the scene… Read More ›

Female suicide bomber attacked a police station in Turkey

Female suicide bomber attacked a police station in Turkey

A female suicide bomber entered a police station and blew herself up in Istanbul’s historic Sultanahmet district on Tuesday, injuring two police officers, one of… Read More ›

Mark Zuckerberg starts reading program

Mark Zuckerberg starts reading program

The Facebook founder and CEO announced on his page recently that he has vowed to read a book every other week in 2015, with an… Read More ›