A holy war between the billionaire benefactor of an Upper East Side synagogue and the temple’s longtime rabbi has cost the clergyman his job.
Aiming to curb situations in which civilian vehicles are stuck “off the grid,” a Caesarea-based firm has begun shipments of a system that prevents disruptions to GPS.
Captain Yehuda Glickman is a haredi officer who is responsible for the recruitment of haredim to the IDF.
EVANSTON, Ill. — Police thought Northwestern doctoral student Lawrence Crosby was driving a stolen car, but it turned out that car belonged to him.
The elder daughter of Uzbekistan’s late President Islam Karimov was questioned recently over money-laundering accusations by Swiss prosecutors while under house arrest in Tashkent, according to a lawyer who attended the meetings.
MIAMI — Erislandy Lara knocked out Israeli boxer Yuri Foreman with a crushing left uppercut in the fourth round on Friday to retain his World Boxing Association super welterweight world title.
A suspended Westhampton Beach Village Police officer is seeking $75 million in damages from both former and current village and police department representatives, as well as several Suffolk County officials, alleging in a federal lawsuit that they have repeatedly violated his civil rights by refusing to reinstate him.
LOS ANGELES – A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from California on Saturday and placed a constellation of satellites in orbit, marking the company’s first launch since a fireball engulfed a similar rocket on a Florida launch pad more than four months ago.
A former chauffeur of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was sentenced to 27 years in prison on Sunday for raping six underage girls, some of them related to him.