A rabbi and former dean of a Jewish school in New Haven has been charged with sexually assaulting a student just a few months after a federal jury awarded his alleged victim $15 million in a civil case.
The Nazareth District Court on Wednesday convicted Ezra Sheinberg, a former head of the Orot ha-Ari yeshiva in Tzfat, of sexual offenses against eight women.
A Russian man suspected of laundering at least $4 billion of criminal funds by switching them into the digital currency bitcoin has been arrested in Greece, police said on Wednesday.
“Glosbe” has been inundated by a stream of complaints and news of lawsuits by foreign citizens claiming to have been deceived by Israeli binary options companies.
President Trump tweeted on Wednesday that “transgender individuals” should not be allowed to serve in “any capacity” in the US military.
German police will be able to use surveillance software by the end of the year that can hack into people’s smartphones and read encrypted messages in such services as WhatsApp, says a report that cites a leaked document.
If the name of Lev Leviev, which has come up in recent reports about the investigations of Jared Kushner’s Russian connections, rings familiar, it’s not without good reason.
Do not be fooled by some of the messages you get through on WhatsApp.
UniCredit has revealed a data breach affecting 400,000 customers who suffered unauthorised access to their personal loan accounts at Italy’s biggest bank.
A tech worker for Debbie Wasserman Schultz was arrested on Tuesday while attempting to flee the country after the FBI seized a smashed hard drive from his house in an ongoing federal probe, a report said.