An 11-year-old girl died early Tuesday at a southeastern Indiana summer camp when a tree fell on her cabin during a severe storm, according to camp officials.
French cement maker Lafarge entered into deals with armed groups in Syria, including the Islamic State (IS or ISIS), to protect its business interests in the country, the French daily Le Monde reported Tuesday.
Sanjay Valvani, the Visium Asset Management partner charged with insider trading last week, was found dead in an apparent suicide at his Brooklyn home. He was 44.
Billionaire Israeli diamond dealer Lev Leviev is the visiting businessman for whom police shut down a lane of Lincoln Tunnel at the behest of a major Mayor de Blasio fundraiser.
Three people were busted Tuesday with a cache of firearms and body armor at the Holland Tunnel, according to a report.
WASHINGTON – Frustrated over a stall in an arms sale to Saudi Arabia, Obama once questioned the necessity of maintaining Israel’s qualitative military edge in the region, former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said this month.
SLOATSBURG – Police are investigating after a man was found dead outside a burned car at the end of a dead-end road early Tuesday.
A Pittsburgh anchorwoman, who was fired after comments in a Facebook post about a shooting were deemed racially insensitive, filed a lawsuit against her former employer Monday saying the television station let her go because she is white.
Rabbi Meir Pogrow, a prominent rabbi and educator living in Beit Shemesh, has been accused of misusing his authority and position for his sexual gratification by an ad hoc rabbinical court of senior rabbis in Israel and the US, which issued a warning notice instructing women to avoid all contact with the individual.
The Orlando nightclub terrorist Omar Mateen reportedly brought nearly $9,000 worth of expensive jewelry less than a week before committing the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.