Targeting gangs across the country, teams from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) arrested more than 1,200 people, while seizing weapons and drugs directly used by international crime syndicates.
Daring thieves in London made off with up to $300 million in diamonds and gems the biggest jewel heist ever reported, police sources said Wednesday.
In what is apparently the third tragedy to occur this week involving Israelis outside the country, the Foreign Ministry said Wednesday that an Israeli in his 20s had been killed while on a hike in Peru.
New York – Former Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes is being sued by a man who was wrongfully imprisoned for 24 years.
Syrian exile and imam Abdul Hadi Arwani was shot dead on a London street this week, and authorities now say his death may be a politically-motivated assassination.
A 12-year-old Israeli girl was killed on Wednesday when a tour boat caught fire in the Andaman Sea off Thailand’s southwestern coast. More than 100 people, including many foreign tourists, were rescued.
Following the death of 18-year-old Yitzhak Samet, who was killed along with 27 year-old Mordechai Gerber by the deadly stampede that occurred at the Bnei Brak funeral of leading haredi Rabbi Shmuel Wosner on Saturday night, the yeshiva (Torah academy) of R’ Wosner, Hochmei Lublin, has moved to absolve itself of responsibility.
A federal judge tossed out a woman’s lawsuit claiming that she had forced sex with high-profile men, including Alan Dershowitz and Prince Andrew.
A Gaithersburg synagogue is scrubbing off hateful graffiti and trying to figure out how to explain hate speech to young students Tuesday after someone spray-painted swastikas, “Hitler” and “KKK” on the building.
“Basically, what we are going to be doing is kidnapping a guy for a couple of hours and beating him up and torturing him and then getting him to give the get,” Rabbi Mendel Epstein told two potential clients.