A lawyer accused of trying to rape a woman in his Midtown office claimed on Monday that there was no way he could be guilty — because he’s impotent and forgot to take his Viagra pill.
Italy has been condemned by the European court of human rights for its role in the 2003 abduction of a radical Egyptian imam by the CIA, in a legal decision that serves as a stark reminder of the role US allies played in the illegal Bush-era counter-terrorism programme.
The former $5,000-a-night hooker who accused Eliot Spitzer of choking her at The Plaza hotel was booted from an apartment last year because it was being used as a brothel, according to court documents.
Iraqi Kurdish forces have rescued a 16-year-old Swedish girl who was tricked into traveling to areas controlled by the Islamic State (ISIS) group, a statement said Tuesday.
Brooklyn, NY – An enhanced photograph released by the NYPD in last week’s attempted luring of a high school girl shows a clear view of a suspect who appears to be a member of the Orthodox Jewish community.
Donald Drapkin, the chairman of activist hedge fund Casablanca Capital who feuded with former business partner Ronald Perelman, has died. He was 67.
A divorcée was swept off her feet by a flashy businessman who flew her to Rome – but she claims he ran off with her millions after forging her signature on documents.
In an unusual display, a wedding in Israel was tainted due to a dispute over the ketubah.
WABC/Channel 7 news anchor Liz Cho was busted Monday morning for driving with a suspended license on the Upper West Side, police said.
Pop goddess and avant-garde performance artist Sia is coming to perform in Israel for one special show on August 9, 2016 at Rishon Lezion’s Live Park.