A new video published online late Tuesday by the Israeli Defense Forces appears to highlight one tactic employed by Hamas to conceal rocket launchers from the Israeli military.
Timothy DeLaGhetto is used to his videos going viral, but this one holds extra value. The 28-year-old YouTube star surprised his parents Monday with a check for them to pay off their home mortgage.
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — A Palestinian health official says 13 people were killed after tank shells hit a U.N.
Actor Orlando Bloom took a swing at pop icon Justin Bieber early Wednesday morning on the island of Ibiza, a celebrity gossip website reported.
A popular restaurant in northern California is taking heat for targeting a unique group of people: children.
Doctors and migraine sufferers have had the same conversations for years: keeping track of symptoms and potential triggers is the best way to find relief from the debilitating headaches.
Two women are lucky to be alive after they escaped certain death by mere inches — literally. The women were apparently trespassing on a railroad-owned bridge in Monroe County, Indiana, earlier this month when they realized a train was speeding in their direction.
An ABC affiliate fell victim to a prank caller Tuesday night during live-coverage of a water main break wreaking havoc on the University of California, Los Angeles campus.
A routine traffic stop in Dallas nearly turned grisly, KTVT-TV reported — and the close call was captured on a law enforcement dash cam.
A 14-year-old girl who was found dead last week after taking her dog for a walk may have left investigators with a clue in the form of a text message.
Police are searching for two suspects who followed an 18-year-old woman into her Brooklyn apartment building and violently attacked and robbed her after she entered the elevator.
Glenn Beck on Tuesday spent the full three hours of his radio broadcast with author Simon Sinek, saying he believes the man’s ideas are truly “life-changing.” Beck jokingly refers to Sinek, the author of “Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action” and “Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t,” as the “why guy.” When asked to explain his philosophy, Sinek began: “Every single organization on the planet, even our own careers, always function on three levels: what we do, how we do it, and why we do it.” Author Simon Sinek speaks on Glenn Beck’s radio program July 29, 2014.
A water main break on Sunset Boulevard near the University of California, Los Angeles has resulted in extensive flooding on the school’s campus.
It was apparent something was wrong the moment they found the box. According to WBZ-TV, Chandler Rodriguez and his father Hector discovered a suspicious box on the front lawn of their Duxbury, Massachusetts home Sunday morning.
One of the world’s premiere tech companies apparently fell victim to a low-tech ploy: a numerical bluff.
Putting an end to the Islamic State terror group’s persecution of Middle East Christians and other minority groups is now a top priority for the Obama administration, State Department officials told TheBlaze this week.
Former Palestinian Foreign Minister Nabil Shaath appeared on CNN’s “This Hour” on Tuesday, where he completely ignored a question about whether Hamas truly wants peace.
Three House Democrats have proposed legislation that would establish $500 million in federal grants to help people learn English.
When a man driving a truck threw a beer bottle at the passenger door of his beloved Mustang, this young man was probably pretty unhappy.
Remember the French economist Thomas Piketty? (Image Source: Bloomberg Businessweek) The Tax Foundation does, and in a new analysis of his advice, the think tank found that Piketty’s economic prescriptions would absolutely devastate the U.S.