Toms River, NJ – An Orthodox Jewish woman from Toms River is dead following a horrific collision this morning on a local roadway that left the front end of her minivan a mangled mass of twisted metal.
A small town in northern Germany has reportedly sent an unusual bill to the Israeli government it is demanding €1,263, claiming its residents and firefighters pulled out of the mud a car with two people inside who are believed by locals to be Israeli spies.
The private security giant G4S has warned its shareholders that it may lose £57m if the Home Office extends its contract to house destitute asylum seekers for a further two years.
The Federal Communications Commission is cracking down on Verizon Wireless for using a powerful type of code to track its customers around the Internet, as the agency pushes to increase its role in protecting online privacy.
As Satmar Rebbe Aharon Teitelboim visits followers in Israel, the Hasidic leader offered his views on the ongoing wave of Arab terror attacks inside Israel that have claimed dozens of lives and left hundreds wounded.
Edward Snowden, the whistleblower whose NSA revelations sparked a debate on mass surveillance, has waded into the arguments over the FBI’s attempt to force Apple to help it unlock the iPhone 5C of one of the San Bernardino shooters.
DUBAI – Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) test-fired two ballistic missiles on Wednesday morning that it said were designed to be able to hit Israel, defying a threat of new sanctions from the United States.
A war of words continued on Tuesday over a $100 million bank heist in downtown Manhattan.
A Shin Bet officer died while on a mission just outside the Gaza Strip on Tuesday night, the security service announced Wednesday.
An Arab resident of eastern Jerusalem was seriously wounded in a shooting attack that took place in Jerusalem on Wednesday morning, just a short time after a shooting attack near the northern Ramot neighborhood of the capital.