PHOENIX, AZ – A suburban Phoenix school district is taking disciplinary action after a photo of students spelling out a racial slur with T-shirts showed up on social media.
The gorgeous wife of accused Kremlin hitman Andrey Lugovoy appeared in a twisted Russian propaganda movie which – not surprisingly – absolved President Vladimir Putin of blame in the assassination of turncoat spy Alexander Litvinenko.
Telegraph bosses have caved to pressure from staff to withdraw controversial motion sensors that were installed under their desks without notice on Monday morning.
Three inmates made a daring escape from a Southern California maximum-security jail by cutting through half-inch steel bars and rappelling from the roof by a makeshift rope, authorities said Saturday as the manhunt for the men continued.
Everyone from Minister of Culture and Sport Miri Regev, to the US ambassador to Israel, Dan Shapiro, have been voicing their opinion on David Blatt’s firing by the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Calling him an “Orthodox Jewish billionaire,” JTA interviewed Hershey Friedman about why he bought America’s largest kosher meat company, Agriprocessors, out of bankruptcy in 2009.
IT is an extradition battle that thrust Scotland into the middle of a legal maze linking an alleged multi-million dollar mortgage scam, a convicted sex attacker wanted by the FBI, and Pakistan’s deepest religious divide.
OMAHA, Neb.- A standoff that began Friday night ended more than 24 hours later when the man who barricaded himself inside his home was taken into custody. He faces several felony charges, including shooting and killing a police K-9.
On Thursday, a formal British inquiry into the assassination of Russian defector Alexander Litvinenko released its findings: Litvinenko was murdered, and Vladimir Putin “probably” approved the operation personally.
An Iranian couple was caught in an airport in India earlier this week with fake Israeli passports, the New Indian Express reported on Saturday.