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Rep. James Comer, the Republican chairman of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee, has issued a subpoena to Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle compelling her to appear before the committee

Nearly 250 years ago, hundreds of militiamen lined a hillside in Massachusetts and started firing a barrage of musket balls toward retreating British troops, marking the first major battle in

California Rep. Adam Schiff on Wednesday became the highest-profile Democrat to call for President Joe Biden to drop his reelection bid, as the party pushed ahead with plans to hold

Dozens of aging bridges in 16 states will be replaced or improved with the help of $5 billion in federal grants announced Wednesday by President Joe Biden’s administration, the latest

The Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee chaired by MK Yuli Edelstein held an urgent meeting on Wednesday morning regarding the Chareidi draft following the report on Tuesday that thousands of

Donald Trump’s vice presidential running mate, J.D. Vance, came from roots as simple and as salt of the earth as one could ever find. In 2016, just after he shot

Britain’s new Labour Party government promised to calm the country’s febrile politics and ease its cost-of-living crisis as it set out its plans for “national renewal” at the grand State

On Sunday, the newly-established Human Care Services (HCS) summer camp for children with special needs in Fallsburg was the site of a vibrant and heartwarming event. The camp’s grounds, formerly

In a global operation targeting West African organized crime groups across five continents, police arrested 300 people, seized $3 million and blocked 720 bank accounts, Interpol said Tuesday. Operation Jackal

Minister of Labor Yoav Ben-Tzur (Shas) spoke to Kikar H’Shabbat on Monday about a number of issues. One of the issues that occupies much of Ben-Tzur’s time recently is the

A former CIA employee and senior official at the National Security Council has been charged with serving as a secret agent for South Korea’s intelligence service, the U.S. Justice Department

In a remarkable display of bravery and quick thinking, a 2-year-old boy was saved from drowning in a Monticello pool on Sunday, thanks to the heroic actions of bystanders and

The Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general said Wednesday it has opened an investigation into the Secret Service’s handling of security for former President Donald Trump on the day a

Initial autopsy results showed traces of cyanide in the blood of six Vietnamese and American guests at a central Bangkok luxury hotel and one of them is believed to have

The third day of the Republican National Convention kicks off Wednesday with Republicans — led by the newly nominated Donald Trump and JD Vance — shifting to issues of national security and foreign policy.

The bitter news of the petirah of HaGaon HaRav Avraham Tzvi Shmuelvitch, Z’tl, one of the Roshei Yeshivos of the Mir in Yerushalayim, reached the Olam HaYeshivos on Wednesday afternoon.

Hezbollah fired at least 85 rockets at the western Galil on Tuesday evening and overnight Wednesday, including Nahariya and other areas where residents have not been evacuated About 20 rockets

Israel’s Channel 12 News played a prank on a hotel receptionist in Qatar who said she would be “honored” to book a room for Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar. Israeli media

A surge in immigration to Israel has been reported by the Jewish Agency and Aliyah and Integration Ministry, with 22,000 new immigrants arriving in the country since October 7. This

In a step to bolster emergency response capabilities, the Israel Police inaugurated four new bullet-proof ambulances yesterday. This move follows the tragic October 7th massacre, where the inability of search

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