WASHINGTON — The arrest of a former National Security Agency contractor accused of stealing classified information represents the second known case since 2013 of a government contractor being publicly accused of removing secret data from the intelligence agency.
WASHINGTON — A U.S. citizen and two Russian nationals were arrested Thursday on charges relating to the alleged illegal export of sensitive military technology from the United States to Russia, the Justice Department said.
An El Al pilot was forced to make an emergency landing in Ankara after members of the Hassidic Breslev community were being unruly and smelled of drugs.
It has been released for publication Thursday afternoon that the GSS in correspondence with the police and the army have arrested a number of residents of the Galilee town of Ajar during the month of September under suspicion of being involved in smuggling the explosive devices found near the town of Metulla in July this…
MIAMI – The FBI is looking for a man who reportedly served as a Syrian brigadier general and may be hiding in South Florida.
Bank Hapoalim Ltd., Israel’s largest bank, will set aside another $70 million to settle a Department of Justice investigation into the lender’s activities in allegedly helping U.S. clients avoid paying taxes.
An Arkansas inmate yelled “I can’t breathe” as he was flung to the ground, piled on by five officers and pepper-sprayed the night before he died in jail, video revealed Wednesday.
The adult entertainment website realised the robbery was a good chance to advertise.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — A man accused of being part in a murder-for-hire scheme linked to the killing of a law professorpleaded guilty on Tuesday to second-degree murder, averting an upcoming trial where he faced the death penalty.
As Saudi Arabia holds a naval drill in the strategic Strait of Hormuz, a powerful Iranian general has been quoted as suggesting the kingdom’s deputy crown prince is so “impatient” he may kill his own father to take the throne.