Officials allowed passengers arriving from Mexico to skip customs and leave John F. Kennedy airport without having their passports or bags checked – days after ISIS threatened an attack on New York City.
The trail of the world’s most-wanted man was getting colder Monday after a flurry of raids in Brussels and an international dragnet led to nearly two dozen arrests and even more rumors, but no sign of Salah Abdeslam.
Jacob Marberger, 19, was a sophomore at Washington College, where classes have been canceled since Monday. The campus remains closed until the end of the month.
A Jerusalem rabbinical court is set to put a recalcitrant husband through a “shaming” exercise in an effort to persuade him to grant his wife a Jewish divorce.
Mayor Demeza Delhomme pledged to vote against all building permit applications by Jewish developers to retaliate against Jews for supporting political opponents, according to a secretly recorded conversation obtained exclusively by The Journal News.
In the shadow of the Paris terror attacks that killed 130 people and as Belgian police sweep the country for terror suspects, the Chief Rabbi of Brussels said Monday that there is no future for Jews in Europe.
An Israeli was stabbed to death in a terror attack at a gas station on Route 443, north of Jerusalem on Monday.
Eliot Lauer, who serves as attorney for freed spy Jonathan Pollard, revealed Monday that the parole board has determined that Pollard is to remain under a house curfew lasting from 7 PM to 7 AM every day.
Israeli defense electronics developer Elbit Systems has successfully completed a trial of its protection system against shoulder launched missiles.
The sister of a Hasidic Jewish woman who committed suicide by jumping from a New York rooftop bar has taken her own life.