The family of the now-deceased man convicted of bombing Pan Am Flight 103, which crashed in the Scottish town of Lockerbie in 1988 and killed 270, has filed a new appeal on his behalf Tuesday, a lawyer said.
With great sadness and pain we inform you of the murder of Aaron Rajman, 25, a member of Chabad of West Boca Raton, Florida, by a number of unidentified men who broke into his home.
A new initiative called DinVcheshbon, or Settling the Score in Hebrew, has been launched to encourage victims of sexual assault in the Haredi community to come forward and demand compensation from sex offenders and individuals who supported their attackers or helped silence their offenses.
A Defense Ministry decision to restrict Israel’s airspace Tuesday forced planes to wait longer than normal between takeoffs, causing a cascade of delays at Ben-Gurion Airport.
Fox Sports has fired Jamie Horowitz, one of its most senior executives, amid a probe into sexual harassment allegations, according to a person familiar with the matter.
“Eight minutes would be too long, we cannot afford eight minutes” Chief Inspector Micky Rosenfeld shook his head. “Too many could be killed and injured in that time, I am afraid, we need to move and counter attacks here much faster.”
The Trudeau government is poised to offer an apology and a $10-million compensation package to former child soldier Omar Khadr for abuses he suffered while detained in the U.S. military prison for captured and suspected terrorists at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Dave McClure, the sandals-and-T-shirt-wearing founder of business mentorship program 500 Startups, resigned on Monday from his firm amid allegations of sexual harassment.
A 20-year-old Hasidic woman died of a heroin overdose in Brooklyn last month showing how even an ultra-insular religious community isn’t immune to the nation’s opioid epidemic.