Under federal investigation for possibly violating U.S. sanctions against Iran, Amazon has admitted to selling consumer goods to at least one person on the government’s black list of people and entities associated with terrorism.
Following a protracted international joint undercover investigation, Police on Sunday arrested five east Jerusalem antiquities dealers accused of a $20 million tax fraud and artifacts scheme reaching as far as The United States.
Gulnara Karimova, the eldest daughter of late Uzbek former president Islam Karimov, has been remanded in custody following a 2015 conviction for extortion and embezzlement and is being investigated for more crimes, the Uzbek Prosecutor General’s office said on Friday.
MAHWAH, N.J. — A New Jersey prosecutor has ordered a town’s police department to ignore a new ordinance that he says could illegally target Orthodox Jews from New York.
The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission announced a civil complaint this month against Israeli-American binary options operator Jason B. Scharf, alleging that he and the companies he controls have swindled more than $16 million from at least 8,000 victims, most of them located in the United States.
A New York State Trooper’s arrest for drunk driving in the Bronx has frayed tensions between police and the law enforcement agency.
Anthony Scaramucci’s wife was nine months pregnant when she filed for divorce from her potty-mouthed, President Trump-obsessed husband earlier this month.
A gunman has been shot dead by German police after opening fire at a nightclub in the city of Constance.
Police disrupted a terrorist plot to bring down an airplane and arrested four men on Saturday in raids on homes in several Sydney suburbs, the prime minister said.