The investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server will be closed with no criminal charges, Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced Wednesday.
The U.S. Justice Department opened a federal civil rights investigation Wednesday into the videotaped police killing of a black man who was shot as officers wrestled with him on the pavement outside a convenience store.
A Queens man is suing the NYPD in hopes of paving the way for New Yorkers to record police activity without being harassed.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu explicitly rejected demands by the Obama administration that Israel cease all construction over the Green Line, saying that the US position on Judea and Samaria was “not acceptable”.
Gretchen Carlson, a Fox News host, said Wednesday she was fired by the conservative-leaning cable news network and has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against its chairman and CEO Roger Ailes.
A sports instructor from Ashdod was arrested over a week ago on suspicion of rape, sexual assault and giving drugs to a minor, police said.
FBI Director James Comey will appear before Congress on Thursday to answer questions regarding his recommendation that the Justice Department not indict former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over her handling of classified government material on a private server.
An FBI informant at the center of a political corruption probe that brought down the former state Senate majority leader says he helped elect Rockland Family Court Judge Sherri Eisenpress by using her money to bankroll an illegal campaign finance scheme and by bribing a public official.
A Louisiana police officer shot and killed a black man following a confrontation outside a Baton Rouge convenience store, authorities said.
If you think you caught sight of Amy Poehler sightseeing in Tel Aviv’s Carmel Market, or sipping an iced latte with her good friend and “Orange is the New Black” star Natasha Lyonne, you wouldn’t be wrong.