Hackers got tax information for over 100,000 people from the IRS.
The attack comes after a spate of similar cyber security breaches at large companies in the United States.
The U.S. Department of Justice has named six Chinese nationals — including three former University of Southern California students — as part of a conspiracy to steal U.S. cell phone technology.
New types of attacks led by groups based out of China have been highlighted in reports by Kaspersky and FireEye.
Did you know the Hebrew words for “Strength” and “Matzoh” look totally alike? Neither did this guy.
The so-called “Cyber Caliphate” released a video Monday claiming that they are about to launch a series of attacks. But the internet was kind of ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
One U.S. State Department official told BuzzFeed News that relations between Jerusalem and Washington were not expected to “warm up anytime soon” given Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s last-minute coalition.
Egyptian journalist Lamia Hamdin says she is “shocked” by the reaction to the photo of her.
The new video is the first time an Egyptian national has been seen carrying out a suicide bombing for a jihadi group in Libya.
Despite staunch opposition by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his cabinet, wider public opinion in Israel seems ready to give the Iran deal a chance.
Residents of the Yarmouk refugee camp – just outside Damascus – said they have been trapped by fighting between ISIS and the regime. The long-besieged city is running out of food and supplies, as aid workers struggle to get access.
“There is a sense that a deal is inevitable, we must swallow that. But there is hope that we can make it slightly more palatable.” BuzzFeed News’ Sheera Frenkel reports from Jerusalem.
The lead negotiator for Palestine’s quest for statehood wonders what’s left to negotiate about after Netanyahu’s campaign comments. BuzzFeed News’ Sheera Frenkel reports from Jerusalem.
“You cannot misread what has happened here. This is a victory for Netanyahu.”
With 99% of ballots counted early Wednesday, Netanyahu’s Likud Party captured a six seat lead over chief rival Zionist Union — a stunning victory for the prime minister.
Warnings from Likud and other right-wing parties seem to be spurring both Jewish and Arab Israelis to hurry to their voting stations.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in a battle for his political survival as Israel goes to the polls Tuesday.
“I’m more in danger of losing my house because I can’t pay the mortgage, than losing it to a rocket fired by Hamas.”
In less than a week, Israel will vote for its next prime minister. As the vote comes down to the wire, Israel’s would-be leaders are finding that it is the women on their party lists who could decide the winner.
Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld says a Palestinian man from East Jerusalem was behind the attack.