Wait, flour tortillas are Jewish? That doesn’t sound right. Actually, it sounds so wrong, I couldn’t stop wondering, wondering, all thanks to this late-night stumble-upon in the Houston Chronicle. (What
Have you ever stood before a store shelf full of wine glasses and just shook your head? Or flipped the pages of a wine gadgetry catalogue, or Googled wine glasses? The choices are befuddling. Separate
Doha, Qatar (CNN) — The leader of the Palestinian militant group Hamas has told CNN that US President Donald Trump has an "historic opportunity" to find an "equitable solution" for the Palestinian people.
ANKARA (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan on Monday called on Turkish voters in Europe to defy the “grandchildren of Nazism” and back a referendum this month on changing the constitution, comments likely
(CNN) — Cancer deaths in the United States dropped over 20% between 1980 and 2014, but a new study shows that some places are being left behind. Looking at death records from the National Center for Health
Browsers are complicated pieces of software designed to open websites. But sometimes those websites are designed to cause problems for browsers. That’s exactly what crashsafari.com was created for. A script
The attacks in Paris on the night of Friday 13 November by gunmen and suicide bombers hit a concert hall, a major stadium, restaurants and bars, almost simultaneously - and left 130 people dead and hundreds
Amazon has been playing around with a pretty interesting business model lately, and their use of it involving Android apps has seen a 300% growth since its inception. The idea is simple. Creators should
Is there life on Mars? While recent evidence indicates ancient water may once have supported life on the red planet, our search for E.T. has come up dry. Of course, that hasn't stopped folks from trolling
If you’re having a bad day, spare a thought for two window cleaners who were left stranded on DC Tower, Austria’s tallest building A regular day at work turned into a nightmare ordeal for two window cleaners
The man was a registered sex offender, convicted of sexually assaulting a child in 1994, reports Tim Wetzel at KHOU Channel 11 News in Houston. "He was keeping it inside of his email. I can't see that
Detectives are poring over social media for details that might help them arrest new generation of mobsters who have turned their back on traditional code of discretion Just when police thought they had
In the waiting room at Jerusalem's Hadassah Hospital, an Israeli woman was shouting at a Palestinian mother whose son was being treated for a beating he received from a Jewish mob. "Go away you trash,"
Does Google have the right to tip off police if it sees that you have allegedly illegal content in your email? This question will concern some after news emerged that a Houston man, John Henry Skillern,
A massive manhunt, touched off more than a year ago when a California man is believed to have killed his family, ended Sunday when authorities announced they'd found the man's remains. Shane Miller, the