U.S. Appeals Court Throws Out Terror Verdict Against PA

A federal appeals court in New York on Wednesday threw out a multimillion-dollar judgment awarded to a group of U.S. terrorism victims, The Wall Street Journal reported. Read more

TRAGEDY IN UPSTATE NEW YORK: Young Woman Killed In Horsing Accident

A 22-year-old Jewish woman Rebecca Weisbard was R”L killed in a horse accident on Wednesday afternoon in Ulster County, in Upstate New York. Read more

ACS Launches Anthony Weiner Probe

Child-welfare officials are investigating Anthony Weiner in the wake of The Post’s exclusive report that he sent a lewd selfie that showed his young son lying in bed next to him, sources said Wednesday. Read more

NYPD Searching For Man Seen In Area Where Karina Vetrano Was Slain

Cops released a sketch Wednesday of a man they want to question in connection with the rape and murder of a young woman who was killed while jogging in Howard Beach. Read more

Africa-Israel USA and NYPD Corruption Case

The FBI currently proceeds to the investigation related to the corruption of NYPD officers who, inter alia, were corrupted by a certain Jona Rechnitz who is (or was) an employee of Lev – Leviev’s company Africa-Israel USA. Read more

Dan Markel’s Ex-Wife Admits Brother Joked About Hiring Hitman

In a newly-released video, the ex-wife of a murdered Florida State University law professor tells police that her brother had joked the morning of the crime of hiring a hit man to kill him. Read more

Going Concern Warning For Africa Israel

Africa Israel reported as second quarter loss of NIS 163 million. Read more

NYC Lawyer Sues Airbnb and Former Victoria’s Secret Model Lyndsey Scott

A lawyer filed a civil lawsuit against Airbnb and his host, a former Victoria’s Secret model, claiming he was misled by her New York City apartment listing on the website. Read more

Encryption: FBI Building Fresh Case For Access To Electronic Devices

The FBI director, James Comey, has warned again about the bureau’s inability to access digital devices because of encryption and suggested investigators wanted an “adult conversation” with manufacturers. Read more