A seven-volume encyclopedia is expected to completely change the way we look at and think about the Holocaust.
Katy Perry was in Madagascar for four days playing with children and meeting with U.N. workers.
Jewish Terrorist Yaakov “Jack” Tytell Given Two Consecutive Life Sentences For 1997 Murder Of Two Palestinians
Yaakov Tytell killed two Palestinian men and attempted to kill two Israelis. He was convicted in January and sentenced Tuesday to two life sentences.
The quake struck the southern coast of Iran near the town of Kaki and the city of Bushehr, near the Bushehr nuclear power plant.
Hamas police in Gaza are stepping up enforcement of strict dress codes.
Margaret Thatcher was no shrinking violet, in word or in deed. Here are some of her best so-called Thatcherisms.
Margaret Thatcher, 87, Controversial, Barrier-Breaking First Female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
The Conservative Party leader's hard-hitting, right-wing policies and unwavering devotion to her ideals earned her the nickname Iron Lady.
Ikea's food troubles are not over. This time, pork was found in the moose meat.
At least five people have been killed in cities just north of Cairo during violent outbreaks between Muslims and Coptic Christians.
How does Kansas' "personhood" bill, passed by the Legislature Friday, stack up against North Dakota's anti-abortion law?
John Kerry is back in the Middle East, trying to restore ties between Israel and Turkey.
Hillary 2016: Clinton Had Her Campaign Voice On, And The Beginnings Of A Stump Speech, At Women In The World Summit
With rousing tones and campaignlike prose, Hillary Clinton brought the audience at the Women in the World Summit in New York to its feet.
Anonymous is planning what will probably be a DDoS attack against several major Israeli websites on International Holocaust Memorial Day.
It’s International Day For Mine Awareness - Here Are All The Places In The World People Are Still Being Blown Up By Land Mines
There are still millions of unexploded landmines from historical wars all over the world, the U.N. says.
Iran’s Nukes: Born Out Of Pride, Iran’s Nuclear Program Has Become A $100 Billion Habit To Sustain Ayatollah Khamenei’s Ego
Iran's nuclear development and the country's refusal to back down from the program boils down to one word: Khamenei.
The Twitter Fight Between The US Embassy In Cairo And The Egyptian President Over Jon Stewart And Bassem Youssef
Egyptian comedian Bassem Youssef was arrested in Egypt this week. Jon Stewart talked about it, and Twitter subsequently exploded.
Spanish Princess Cristina, the youngest daughter of the king and queen, must appear in court as part of a corruption case against her husband.
After the alleged N. Korean cyberattacks on S. Korea, why couldn't the U.S. step up and hack the N. Koreans? For many, many reasons.
The 2,000-year-old Jobar Synagogue has been collateral damage in the ongoing fights between Syrian government and rebel forces.
The Hamas-run government in Gaza on Monday passed a law that codifies what most schools already enforce: segregation by gender for schoolchildren.
The former U.S. secretary of state is scheduled to give her first paid speech in Dallas, to an apartment-rental advocacy group.
Bulgaria will not pressure the EU to classify Hezbollah as a terrorist organization, despite its findings.
Russia's president, who spent 16 years as a KGB officer, joked on Friday that he "doesn't eavesdrop anymore."
Hooshang Amirahmadi: Iran's Next President Or Another Reformer To Be Stifled By The Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei And Iranian Clerics?
Hooshang Amirahmadi is Western-educated, speaks fluent English, has liberal ideas, and wants to be the next president of Iran. It won't be easy.
Hundreds of thousands of Pakistani children are at risk for contracting polio after the Taliban threatened local health workers.
President Putin ordered massive military drills at 4 a.m. Moscow time in the Black Sea on Thursday, sending a signal to the West that Russia's not going anywhere.
Egypt's economy is still in trouble. Is Libya coming to the rescue?
A Yemeni man was beheaded and then his body crucified in the south of Saudi Arabia on Wednesday
One of those arrested was Hamas party member and Member of Parliament Mohammed Jamal al-Natshe.
Human Rights Watch called for the release of five Jordanian students, just before they were official charged with devil worship and desecrating the Quran.