Israel has seen “unprecedented” intelligence cooperation with Egypt and Jordan as the countries’ fight against the Islamic State group nudge them to work together more closely, Israel’s deputy military chief said Wednesday.
Now, a sprawling FBI investigation into corrupt relationships between Orthodox activists and the NYPD is drawing new attention to longstanding concerns about the group’s influence in the neighborhood, and its unusually close ties to the NYPD’s 66th Precinct in Boro Park.
So what if he greased some palms to get a gun license? That’s not stopping a Brooklyn landlord from fighting for his right to bear arms.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a judgment allowing families of victims of the 1983 Marine barracks bombing in Beirut and other terrorist attacks to collect nearly $2 billion in frozen Iranian funds.
Lindsay Lohan is embracing her religious re-awakening.
Under Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s orders, the Foreign Minister issued a strongly-worded protest letter to all the countries that supported the recent UNESCO decision divorcing the Temple Mount from the Jewish people and treating it only as a Muslim site.
The Brooklyn businessman at the heart of a massive police corruption scandal was so tight with top brass, he got department helicopters to fly over a cruise on the Hudson River.
The feds have reportedly expanded their probe into Mayor de Blasio’s shady fund-raising and are now looking into the campaign cash of Democrats who ran for the state Senate in 2014.
Israel Police are investigating serious allegations of a huge diamond theft at the Ramat Gan Diamond Exchange, which could cause the bankruptcy of up to a dozen diamond companies.