President Trump visited the Yad Vashem Holocaust museum in Jerusalem Tuesday afternoon, laying a wreath in honor of the six million victims of the Nazi Holocaust.
The feds asked the NYPD to detain 179 illegal immigrants in the first four months of the year more than double the total number for all of 2016 — but cops balked in each case, police officials said Monday.
Footage from a closed circuit camera shows the attacker pacing around the street at the site of the attack, then lunging at the victim as he walked down the street.
Ariana Grande sent out a message of sorrow and regret Monday night, after a terrorist bomber targeted fans leaving her concert at an arena in England.
Authorities in Manchester said Tuesday that it appears that an attacker detonated an improvised explosive device at the Ariana Grande concert on Monday night, as the explosion’s death toll raised to 22.
Killers gunned down a Mafia boss in Sicily on Monday as the Cosa Nostra flexed its muscles on the eve of the 25th anniversary of one of its most notorious murders.
The Chief Rabbi of the Rabbinical Court, Rabbi Eliezer Igra, referred to the issue of refusal to grant a divorce during a conference of the Bar Association.
Bill Cosby arrived at a Pittsburgh court this morning in advance of jury selection for his criminal trial, which is slated for next month in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
According to website Law 360, a New York federal judge has prevented prosecutors from presenting evidence of payments allegedly made by Macau billionaire Ng Lap Seng to a former U.S. lawmaker.
Congregants of the old Chabad shul in Meah Shearim were amazed to discover on Shabbat (Sabbath, Saturday) that vandals had broken into their synagogue.