After more than three decades on the run, a 60-year-old convicted robber who left a Georgia state prison for Christmas with officials’ permission but never returned was captured in a South Florida suburb, officials said.
Boston – The two men suspected of masquerading as police officers to h rob an art museum of $500 million wort of masterpieces in 1990 are dead, the FBI says.
A rogue driver led cops on a wild chase — including racing the wrong way down Sixth Avenue — before crashing into another vehicle Thursday, authorities said.
The owner of a kosher bakery in Philadelphia was shot in the face during an apparent attempted robbery Friday morning.
Israel is not responsible for the lives of Iranian nuclear scientists, Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon said in an interview published Friday, making a less-than-veiled threat that covert assassination missions blamed on Israel could resume.
Jonathan Pollard will be let out of jail after serving 30 years for spying on behalf of Israel, but he will still not be completely free – at least not while President Obama is in the White House.
The decision by Indonesian authorities to refuse a visa request to an Israeli badminton player competing in the World Championships there has sparked outrage among Jewish organizations.
Pete Rose can joke about not being allowed in the hall of his own home in a commercial for Sketchers, but he won’t be able to joke about the latest allegations against him.
BOSTON – Federal investigators in Boston on Thursday released 25-year-old surveillance video showing a security guard admitting a man to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum the night before it was robbed of $500 million worth of art in the largest such heist in US history.
The New York Police Department used 12-year-old footage from the reality show COPS to illustrate what it called the effects of synthetic marijuana Gothamist reported on Wednesday.