Ex-Senior Netanyahu Official, Former Navy Chief Detained For Questioning

Israel Police detained Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s former bureau chief, David Sharan, was arrested Sunday on suspicion of accepting bribes in the so-called submarine affair. Read more

Billionaire vs. Billionaire: Israel’s Steinmetz Sues Soros

A mining company owned by one of Israel’s wealthiest businessmen filed a suit on Friday against the Jewish-American billionaire George Soros, accusing him of a long-running campaign to sabotage his business efforts in the African country of Guinea, Bloomberg reported Saturday. Read more

To Snare Radical Cleric, NYPD Reached Far Beyond City Limits

A once-imprisoned radical Islamic cleric is behind bars again, this time because of an unusual investigation that took New York City police officers far beyond their jurisdiction, to the Middle East, to make contact with a member of the Islamic State group. Read more

How Much Donation Money Does Red Cross Give

After several comments from viewers questioning what percentage of donations go toward disaster relief, KREM set out to verify the answer. Read more

Girl Charged in Murder of Jewish MMA Fighter

Police say they have arrested three people including a teenage girl in the shooting death of a MMA fighter inside his Boca Raton neighborhood. Read more

Israeli-British Man In Court For Cyber-Attack on UK Banks

LONDON — A dual Israeli-British citizen appeared in court on Thursday after being extradited from Germany for allegedly launching cyber attacks against two of Britain’s best known high-street banks and attempting to blackmail them. Read more

Blasio Donors Mused on Rival’s Murder In Tapped Call

Mayor de Blasio donor once discussed someone putting a “bullet” in the head of a Harlem restaurateur who owed him money, new court papers charge. Read more

Nurse Refuses Blood Test on Unconscious Patient; Gets Cuffed

A Utah police officer’s body camera video shows a hospital nurse being handcuffed after refusing to draw blood on an unconscious patient. Read more