Jets running back Chris Johnson was shot in the shoulder in the early hours of Sunday morning in his hometown of Orlando, Fla.
The Argentine-Israeli journalist who first reported the death of special prosecutor Alberto Nisman filed a lawsuit against two state-owned companies that revealed his private data.
Israel’s top intelligence officer will visit the United States this week, sources with knowledge of the itinerary said; a sign that security cooperation continues despite disputes between the countries’ leaders over strategy over Iran.
As the US and its allies continue to discuss limiting Iran’s nuclear program with Tehran, the Iranian military on Sunday announced that it had developed a new long-range cruise missile with a range of some 2,000 kilometers (1,200 miles) – putting Israel well within its reach, Israeli sources said.
NEW YORK — Police are looking into two incidents at separate Brooklyn synagogues.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is alive, the semi-official Fars news agency reports Sunday, and made a public appearance in Tehran to dispel “Israeli-driven” rumors of his death.
50 years ago today, on March 7 1965, headlines announced that the body of Herberts Cukurs – the “Butcher of Riga” who was involved in the murder of 30,000 Latvian Jews in the Holocaust and escaped trial by fleeing to Brazil – had been found inside a crate in Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay.
Deputy Environmental Protection Minister Ofir Akunis (Likud) sharply criticized former Mossad chief Meir Dagan on Sunday, after the latter smeared Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu at a leftist rally with some 30,000 in attendance Saturday night.
CORAL GABLES, Fla. — Former President Bill Clinton defended his foundation’s acceptance of donations from foreign governments on Saturday, pointing to the track record of his global philanthropy as Hillary Rodham Clinton nears an announcement on a 2016 presidential campaign.
Advertising posters for a London play called “Bad Jews” have been banned from appearing on London’s subway and bus network. The show is a comedy about members of a family who are brought together following the death of their Holocaust-survivor grandfather, and the poster depicts four characters from the play fighting on the floor.