Earliest-known Ten Commandments tablet sells for $850,000 at Beverly Hills auction

But the new owner of the stone slab — which was declared a “national treasure” of Israel — faces a strict condition, according to the Texas-based auction house Heritage Auctions.
"The new owner is under obligation to display the tablet for the benefit of the public,” said David Michaels, who oversees ancient coins and antiquities for Heritage Auctions. "The sale of this tablet does not mean it will be hidden away.”
Michaels said the tablet probably adorned a synagogue in Yavneh, in what is now western Israel. But the synagogue is believed to have been destroyed by either the 11th century crusaders or by Romans between 400 and 600 A.D.

Prophecy: God Is Laying a New Foundation for America

Angie Stolba, who runs the Living With Confidence Ministries with her husband, Jeff, desires to see people walk in compete freedom and restoration. She has a genuine passion for God's Word and intercessory prayer.
Recently, the Lord spoke to Stolba, the author of Dealing With the Root of Rejection, about the direction of our country following last week's general election. It's a message she shared with other Christ followers at The Elijah List.

Europe at risk of collapse; France, Germany must lead - French PM

The European Union is in danger of breaking apart unless France and Germany, in particular, work harder to stimulate growth and employment and heed citizens' concerns, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said in the German capital on Thursday.

Valls said the two countries, for decades the axis around which the EU revolved, had to help refocus the bloc to tackle an immigration crisis, a lack of solidarity between member states, Britain's looming exit, and terrorism.

Snow to fall in northeastern US as temperatures plunge up to 50 degrees this weekend

The first major blast of cold air will sweep across much of the northeastern United States this weekend and will be accompanied by snow and strong winds in some areas.
The same storm set to bring the first heavy snow and blizzard conditions of the season to the northern Plains into Friday will turn eastward this weekend.

Supermoon a Sign of the Second Coming?

The biggest and brightest moon in 70 years was seen in the sky on Sunday evening and early Monday morning. Some believe the large lunar body is a harbinger for an even bigger spiritual event -- the Second Coming of Christ.
This "supermoon" appeared 14 percent bigger and 20 percent brighter than normal because it was unusually close to the Earth's surface.


Environmental officials are investigating a massive fish kill on Long Island in which tens of thousands of dead fish turned up in a canal Monday.

The New York Department of Environmental Conservation said the Shinnecock Canal in Hampton Bays was closed at 3 a.m., trapping a large and dense school of Atlantic menhaden (bunker) fish. The DEC said it believes the fish died due to a lack of oxygen and a high density of fish in the water.

The DEC said once the Suffolk County Department of Public Works opened the canal locks at 10 a.m., a lot of the fish washed downstream -- some of them still alive.

Read More: http://abc7ny.com/news/thousands-of-dead-fish-turn-up-in-long-island-canal/1606405/

Obama Warns Of World War III; Civil War in Response to Populist Uprising

President Barack Obama is warning the world and America about a rising populism that he says is sweeping the planet, urging people to be vigilant about the future.

Read More: http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/11/15/obama-warns-world-war-iii-civil-war-response-populist-uprising/

Netanyahu asks Obama not to make any Israeli-Palestinian moves in final weeks of term

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel said he hoped President Barack Obama would not back any new U.N. initiatives on Palestinian-Israeli peace in the final weeks of his term.
“I very much hope President Obama will continue the policy he enunciated,” Netanyahu said Tuesday in a video address ending the annual Jewish Federations of North America General Assembly, which this year was held in Washington, D.C.
Richard Sandler, the chairman of the JFNA’s board of trustees, had asked Netanyahu to comment on the prospects of Israeli-Palestinian peace. The Israeli leader had read to Sandler a 2011 statement by Obama saying the resolution of the conflict was best left to the parties and not to outside actors.

China's Xi urges cooperation among nations in governance of global internet

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday called for greater cooperation among nations in developing and governing the internet, while reiterating the need to respect so-called "cyber sovereignty".

Speaking at an internet conference in Wuzhen, in the eastern province of Zhejiang, Xi and propaganda chief Liu Yunshan signaled a willingness to step up China's role in global internet governance, seeking to rectify "imbalances" in the way standards across cyberspace are set.

NASA recreated exactly how a small asteroid could wipe out Los Angeles

Paul Chodas, leader of NASA’s Center for Near Earth Object Studies, issued a terrifying warning about the destructive potential of asteroids during an interview with Motherboard.
He said: “The air burst is the main hazard if it hit anywhere near land, which in this case would be equivalent to a 50 megaton explosion which would cause a large shock wave.
“It would be devastating for a region with a 40-50 kilometre radius around the impact point.”
If the space rock plunged into the ocean it would also send a tsunami crashing towards the city, although the waves would only be about three feet high.

Netanyahu congratulates Trump

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu congratulated Donald Trump on Wednesday, following his victory in Tuesday’s election.

Netanyahu, who assiduously avoided commenting on the race prior to the vote, called Trump "a true friend” of Israel.

Following criticism by left-leaning media outlets that he had appeared to side with Mitt Romney in 2012, the Prime Minister remained mum on this year’s election, going so far as to order government ministers not to make public statements on the issue.

Trump And Republican Victory Could Deal “Death-Blow” To Obamacare

The Republican victory, giving candidate Donald Trump the keys to the White House and with the party itself retaining dominance in Congress, could become a death-blow for Obamacare. Some 22 million people could lose their health insurance.

Both Trump and the Republicans en masse have repeatedly slammed the current healthcare system, Barack Obama’s signature Obamacare (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act). For six years now they have been making calls for the act to be repealed, but so far only managed to pass several bills amending it.

Read More: https://www.rt.com/news/366010-trump-republicans-obamacare-repeal/

WikiLeaks: Hillary Clinton Will Be Arrested

WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange has pledged the "next batch of hacked emails" his organization plans to release will lead to the arrest of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
We already have the FBI reopening its investigation into her private email server used while she was secretary of state. There are still thousands of the promised 50,000 emails yet to be released as part of the "Podesta Emails" dossier, but Assange has assured the world this next round will offer "enough evidence to see Hillary Clinton arrested."

Alabama declares emergency over pipeline explosion

Alabama governor Robert Bentley has declared a month-long state of emergency after a pipeline explosion in Shelby County that killed one and injured six workers.

On Monday, construction crews working on the Colonial Pipeline in the area just south of Birmingham accidentally hit a transmission pipe, causing an explosion in which seven workers were injured, one of them fatally. The explosion also started a fire. The contractors were attempting to repair the pipeline segment that was damaged in September, spilling gas into the countryside.

Read More: https://www.rt.com/usa/365011-alabama-emergency-pipeline-explosion/

Suspect ID'd in separate ambush-style attacks that killed 2 Iowa police officers

Authorities in Iowa have identified the suspected gunman in the ambush-style attacks early Wednesday morning-- occuring 20 minutes apart-- that claimed the lives of two police officers who were sitting in their patrol cars.
Authorities said Scott Michael Greene, 46, is considered armed and dangerous. He is about 5'11 and 180 pounds and is believed to be driving a blue 2011 Ford F-150 with an Iowa license plate 780 YFR.
State officials are conducting a massive manhunt.

Huma Abedin Connected To Terrorists And 9/11 Funders

For nearly 20 years, Hillary Clinton has had an extremely close working relationship with a young beauty who was raised in Saudi Arabia.
Hillary’s ties to Huma Abedin go so deep, it’s been said that the vice chairwoman of Hillary’s campaign is one of few people who knows where the proverbial Clinton “bodies are buried.”
In fact, Abedin, whom Hillary once called her “second daughter,” had direct access to classified national security information stored on Hillary’s unsecured email server. Abedin had served as Hillary’s deputy chief of staff at the State Department. And it’s been widely predicted that Abedin would serve as chief of staff if Hillary wins her race for the White House.
But who is this woman, and why is she privy to some of America’s deepest national security secrets?

Read more at http://mobile.wnd.com/2016/11/hillarys-surrogate-daughter-tied-to-terrorists-911-funders/#Ylv4midcAqZdatka.99

Nearly 20 'micro-quakes' hit near the Salton Sea

Nearly 20 micro-quakes — the strongest measuring magnitude 3.3, with others much smaller — struck the town of Niland near the eastern shore of the Salton Sea, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. A magnitude 3.6 quake was recorded near Salton City on the west side of the Salton Sea.

Read More: http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-salton-sea-quakes-20161031-story.html

Christ's tomb uncovered: This is what experts discovered

After uncovering the stone slab venerated as Jesus Christ's burial place, archaeologists have now examined the interior of the tomb in Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
The tomb is a limestone shelf or burial bed hewn from the wall of a cave, National Geographic reports. Covered by marble cladding since at least 1555 A.D., it was exposed Oct. 26 as part of a major restoration project at the church.

Pipeline blast threatens gasoline flow to much of Southeast -- again

For the second time in two months, a pipeline that supplies gasoline to millions of people was shut down, raising the specter of another round of gas shortages and price increases.
The disruption occurred when a track hoe - a machine used to remove dirt - struck the pipeline, ignited gasoline and caused an explosion Monday that sent flames and thick black smoke soaring over a forest in northern Alabama, Colonial Pipeline said. One worker was killed and a half-dozen were injured.