WASHINGTON — Fears of espionage have driven the U.S. government from New York’s famed Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, which has housed presidents and other top American officials for decades but was bought last year by a Chinese firm from Hilton Worldwide.
Authorities on Friday were questioning a man in a string of freeway shootings over the past two weeks that have rattled Phoenix and led to a massive search for suspects.
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — A towering construction crane collapsed on Friday during a violent rainstorm in Saudi Arabia’s city of Mecca, Islam’s holiest site, crashing into the Grand Mosque and killing at least 87 people ahead of the start of the annual hajj pilgrimage later this month.
Despite two decades of success, Jewel has never been able to escape sexual harassment.
New surveillance video has been released showing an NYPD officer tackling former tennis star James Blake outside a Manhattan hotel in a case of mistaken identity.
Israel is actively working to double the range of its F-35 defense fighters, officials said Thursday, in an announcement made just before the Senate Congress vote on the Iran deal.
A 20-year-old Florida man has been charged with providing bomb-making information to an FBI informant who was posing as an online associate, with the intention that a pressure-cooker device would be planted near the location of a ceremony in Kansas City, Mo., marking the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
India and Israel’s military relationship grew further last week, after Delhi quietly purchased ten armed Heron TP drones from the Jewish state in a $400 million deal.
Shock, confusion and terror marred September 11, 2001, precisely 14 years ago, when New York’s iconic World Trade Center towers were struck by two commercial airliners, leaving a nation in despair and a world suddenly less certain.
The police are investigating the case of a man who fled abroad, died there and whose body was brought back to Israel and buried under a false identity.