The Trump administration blames Iran for last Thursday’s attacks on two oil tankers near the Strait of Hormuz. But the story from the owner of the burning Japanese tanker contradicts accounts from the US government.
Raymond Ibrahim, author of Sword and Scimitar: Fourteen Centuries of War Between Islam and the West, describes how he was disinvited from speaking to the US Army War College after Muslim activist groups objected.
A witness told the Scottish Child Abuse inquiry Monday that he and other boys were raped by men, including priests, at “satanic” alcohol-fueled sex parties in the 1970s while in the care of an orphanage run by a Catholic religious order called the Christian Brothers.
Flooding on the Mississippi River is raising concerns that it could overwhelm a Corps of Engineers structure in Louisiana that keeps it from changing course with consequences that could cost hundreds of billions of dollars.
The Supreme Court of Israel rejected a lawsuit by the Palestinian Authority to force archaeologists in Judea and Samaria to disclose the locations of their digs and the names of archaeologists working on them, potentially exposing them to threats and academic boycotts.