ALBANY – The state comptroller has rejected a non-bid contract by the state police to buy a $12.5 million helicopter that could also be used to ferry Gov. Cuomo, it was reported Tuesday.
The husband of the California mom who was kidnapped, tortured and starved for three weeks has passed a voluntary polygraph test.
An NYPD sergeant whose job is to screen department candidates has been suspended after she was arrested for drunken driving in Long Island, officials said.
NEW HAVEN – A man accusing a prominent New Haven rabbi of sexual assault has issued a subpoena that would require the rabbi’s wife to testify.
A Melbourne rabbi has resigned from one of the most senior Jewish bodies in Australia in the wake of the child abuse royal commission.
Senior defense officials suppressed a study documenting $125 billion worth of administrative waste at the Pentagon out of fears that Congress would use its findings to cut the defense budget, the Washington Post reported late Monday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced a dramatic shift in the country’s stance on Muslim migrant integration in Germany by stating during the Conservative CDU party’s convention that “the full Burka (a garment which covers most of the body) is not suitable here” and added that she would initiate legislation against it.
Poland’s Supreme Court upheld Tuesday the decision of a lower court in the country to refuse to extradite filmmaker Roman Polanski to the United States, where he is wanted for sentencing in a rape case. Polanski, 83, lives in France and has a home in Switzerland, but grew up in Poland, a country he often…
Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman (Yisrael Beytenu) responded in the Finance Committee to the revelation that some of funds spent on the new submarine deal with Germany will end up in the hands of Iran.
A German who was caught by authorities for allegedly sharing intelligence secrets on radical Islamic websites was a former gay porn actor, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday.