The ultra-Orthodox family of a transgender woman who committed suicide over the weekend is trying to stop the cremation of her body, despite the woman’s wish to be cremated, as expressed in her will. Jerusalem District Court will hand down its ruling in the matter Wednesday.
Trenton, NJ – Two Brooklyn, New York, men were each sentenced today to more than three and a half years in prison for crossing state lines as part of a plan to violently coerce a recalcitrant husband to grant his wife a religious divorce, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
A German soccer stadium was evacuated less than two hours before a friendly soccer match between Germany and the Netherlands Tuesday after police uncovered a “concrete” bomb threat.
The Islamic State (ISIS) octopus sent its arms to Sinai, Beirut and Paris this month.
The deadly attacks in Paris may soon reopen the debate over whether – and how – tech companies should let governments bypass the data scrambling that shields everyday commerce and daily digital life.
US President Barack Obama’s reaction to the terrorist attacks in Paris last Friday have come under some scrutiny from right-wing and conservative pundits.
South Africa has issued arrest warrants against four senior Israeli military commanders, including the former chief of staff, over their role in the 2010 Mavi Marmara raid.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – CBS4 has obtained the audio recording of a controlled call made under police supervision between a rabbi accused of molestation and the mother of the child. During the call, the rabbi maintains his innocence.
The Sony Playstation 4 video game console has become an increasingly popular way for terrorist networks to communicate, Belgian Interior Minister Jan Jambon warned last week following the coordinated Paris terror attacks that killed at least 129 and wounded at least 350.
PARIS – It’s Friday evening. We are in the middle of the traditional “Shalom Aleichem” song during a Shabbat Eve dinner with friends in central Paris. Everything is calm and quiet.