Associated Press Collaborated With Nazi Regime

The Associated Press news agency cooperated with the Nazi regime during the 1930s, a German historian has exposed. Read more

The Fight Between Apple And The FBI Is Just Getting Started

The Justice Department has called off a high-profile legal battle with Apple after it was able to unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters without the company’s help. Read more

Trump Campaign Manager Charged With Assaulting Reporter

WASHINGTON – Florida police have charged Donald Trump’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski with simple battery in connection with an incident earlier in the month involving a reporter. Read more

Mayor De Blasio Vows To Return Campaign Donations From Longtime Jewish Friend Facing Investigation

Brooklyn, NY – As the probe into Mayor de Blasio’s longtime friend and donor, Yitzchok (Isaac) Leshinsky and his former nonprofit, Housing Bridge, continues, de Blasio has said he will return campaign contributions totaling over $20,000 dating back to 2007 that he received from Leshinsky for his City Council and Mayoral runs. Read more

Questions Linger After US Hacks iPhone, Ends Legal Battle

The extraordinary legal fight pitting the Obama administration against technology giant Apple Inc. ended unexpectedly after the FBI said it used a mysterious method without Apple’s help to hack into a California mass shooter’s iPhone. Read more

Andrew Caspersen Charged In $95M Fraud Scheme

An Ivy League-educated former executive at a New York investment bank was arrested Monday on charges he tried to defraud investors of more than $95 million as he led what a prosecutor called a “shameful charade” to cover his tracks. Read more

Israeli Police Rule Out Murder In British Citizen’s Death

When Julie Pearson, a British national living in the southern Israeli city of Eilat, was found dead last November, all signs pointed to her violent boyfriend, Amjad Khatib. Read more

Book For First Time Details Emails, Allegations In David Petraeus Scandal

A new book by the target of Paula Broadwell’s emails in 2012 returns the Charlotte resident to a critical spotlight, portraying Broadwell as a cyberstalker who was jealous of a former lover’s relationship with another woman. Read more