The suspect in the deadly ambush shootings of two Iowa police officers appears to have argued with local cops in a recent video after he brought a Confederate flag to a high school sports game.
Mayor de Blasio’s efforts to have it both ways on policing just bit him where it hurts: Federal Judge Charles Haight has tossed a proposed settlement of two lawsuits involving the NYPD’s counterterrorism intelligence-gathering.
After Wikileaks revealed that CNN commentator and leading Democrat Donna Brazile on at least on two occasions transferred debate questions to Hilary Clinton’s team before the debates with Bernie Sanders took place, there were calls for an independent investigation of the matter.
It’s quite hard to tell whether the Vigilante app is a functioning business or a teaser for a new episode of dystopian sci-fi series Black Mirror.
Two Iowa police officers were fatally shot in their patrol cars in the Des Moines area in separate “ambush-style attacks” early Wednesday, according to reports.
Speaking at an international forum last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin praised Israel’s anti-terror efforts, suggesting the United States could learn much from the Jewish state.
New York – An agent from the Federal Bureau of Investigation approaches a hedge fund trader as he leaves the office, wanting to ask a few questions. Nervous about saying no to an official, the trader dishes, and information he provides is later used against him.
Borough President Eric Adams Allocates $500,000 To Jewish Organizations In Brooklyn For Security Enhancements
Brooklyn, NY – Two major Jewish organizations were among the recipients of more than half a million dollars in funding from Brooklyn Borough Hall, announced Borough President Eric Adams at a press conference held today in front of the NYPD’s 90th Precinct in Williamsburg.
Jeurys Familia, the New York Mets’ All-Star closer who was recently featured in a new ad campaign for an anti-domestic violence organization, was arrested on a domestic violence charge this week, according to a complaint filed by authorities in Fort Lee municipal court.
Only days before the presidential election, the FBI released a 17-year-old archive of documents from a long-closed investigation into Bill Clinton’s presidential pardon of a fugitive financier, prompting questions from Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign about its timing.