Iranian Envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Reza Najafi accused Israel on Thursday of being behind the assassinations of several scientists working on Iran’s nuclear energy plan.
WASHINGTON — Attorney General Jeff Sessions is seeking the resignations of 46 United States attorneys who were appointed during the prior presidential administration, the Justice Department said Friday.
New York – If the tech industry is drawing one lesson from the latest WikiLeaks disclosures, it’s that data-scrambling encryption works, and the industry should use more of it.
An NYPD officer has been convicted of lying about a 2014 arrest in Washington Heights.
A Somerset man, who took cash bribes and sex in exchange for providing employment authorization documents and hiding an undocumented immigrant at his hair salon, was convicted by a federal jury Thursday, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
High-tech crimes, such as document fraud, money laundering and online trading in illegal goods, are at the root of almost all serious criminality, Europe’s police agency said on Thursday.
A Jewish Community Center in Silicon Valley and a Brooklyn Jewish senior center both received bomb threats.
Whenever there is bad news out of Africa for mining giant Rio Tinto, a powerful group of people gather in the boardroom of the company’s headquarters off St James Square in London.
Twenty-six years after the murder of an Israeli woman, Miraim (Mimi) Sharon, who was brutally murdered in her apartment in The Hague in 1990, Holland’s authorities may ask Israel to exhume her body in order compare the DNA of a freshly arrested Israeli suspect.
LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles police are looking to throw shade at the thieves behind a million-dollar makeup heist.