Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked (Jewish Home) has been named “Woman of the Year” for 2015 by the Lady Globes magazine.
Illinois police hit another roadblock Tuesday as their investigation into the murder of Lt. Charles “Joe” Gliniewicz hit the one week mark.
Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk locked up for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, was released from jail on Tuesday — as her case also drew the personal attention of two presidential candidates.
CHICAGO — A Pakistani physician has pleaded not guilty to allegations that he inappropriately touched a girl in July while the two were seated together on a New York-to-Chicago flight.
Everyone knows it’s not easy being a cop, but there are things about the nature of the job that wouldn’t be that difficult to do.
The United States State Department has placed Samir Kuntar, a Lebanese-born terrorist who spent over 30 years in Israeli prison, on its terror blacklist.
The attack on four Manchester Jewish youths on Saturday night that left one of them in a coma may have been related to drugs, rather than anti-Semitism, the London-based Jewish Chronicle reported on Tuesday.
An alarming majority of Jews living in Europe today are afraid to reveal their Jewishness, a survey carried out by the Rabbinical Centre of Europe (RCE) published on Tuesday found.
Check Point, an Israel-based security firm, discovered a software vulnerability in the WhatsApp messenger Internet platform, the company reported on Tuesday.
Ukrainian nationalists destroyed a tent city erected by Hasidic Jews in Uman, ahead of the annual Rosh Hashanah pilgrimage.