A Trump rally at Radford University in Virginia turned ugly on Monday when Christopher Morris, an award-winning photographer with Time magazine, stepped beyond the bounds of the press pen to snap photos of Black Lives Matter protesters being escorted out of the event.
A New York appeals court denied Fox News host Bill O’Reilly’s petition seeking custody of his two children, Gawker reported on Monday.
NEW YORK – The U.S. Justice Department cannot force Apple to provide the FBI with access to a locked iPhone data in a routine Brooklyn drug case, a magistrate judge ruled Monday.
West Bank – The IDF launched a dramatic rescue operation to extract two Oketz K-9 unit soldiers who accidentally strayed into the Palestinian Kalandia neighborhood in north Jerusalem on Monday night, and found themselves in the midst of a massive riot.
The FBI has launched a new website to counter extremism devoid of any references to Islam or Islamist extremism.
Egyptian President: International Terror Organizations Use Israeli-Palestinian Conflict As Excuse For Atrocities
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said Monday that Egypt is committed to maintaining its peace treaty with Israel and promoting an end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which he claimed “feeds international terror organizations.”
A judge on Friday summoned former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez to testify in a case involving alleged irregularities in dollar futures contracts carried out by the Central Bank during her administration, judicial officials said.
Police in Moscow have arrested a Muslim woman who was spotted brandishing a child’s decapitated head near a metro station in the Russian capital.
The Reform storm is still raging: Although the government recently expanded the “non-Orthodox” prayer section at the Kotel, members of the Women of the Wall entered the women’s plaza Monday morning.