The Tel Aviv District Court on Thursday issued a mixed verdict for Eitan Haya, often referred to as “head of the Israeli mafia in New York,” convicting him on several counts of extortion, money-laundering and other economic crimes, while acquitting him on others.
Well-known television journalists Dafna Liel and Amalya Duek from Israel’s Channel 2 were shaken on Wednesday evening, when a cab driver in Brussels launched into a profanity-laden tirade, calling them “dirty Jews” and other anti-Semitic slurs.
MONTICELLO – A former pupil of the rabbinical student accused of sexually assaulting an 11-year-old boy testified that the rabbinical student said he wanted to have sex with another boy.
ZURICH—FIFA vice-presidents Juan Angel Napout and Alfredo Hawit were arrested Thursday as part of the U.S. Department of Justice’s widening bribery case that has rocked soccer’s scandal-hit governing body.
WASHINGTON — Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz says he’s worried that the mass shooting in California may be an act of what he’s calling “Islamic terrorism.”
An Arab terrorist conducted a stabbing attack on Thursday evening at the Damascus Gate of Jerusalem’s Old City, leaving an officer moderately wounded.
WASHINGTON – There have been 143 security breaches or attempted breaches at facilities secured by the Secret Service in the last 10 years, according to a lengthy House Oversight and Government Reform Committee report critical of the agency released early Thursday.
A Prince George’s County police officer was found guilty of pointing a gun at the head of a Bowie, Maryland, man.
A General Staff officer said Wednesday that many developments in the region in recent months had taken the army by surprise, so the army was striving to adapt.
An optical store owner in Park Slope and an owner of a medical equipment sales dealership have been charged with a 148-count indictment for allegedly stealing about $3.4 million from financial institutions that provided financing for false purchases of medical equipment.