A former Somali commander accused of war crimes during the country’s civil war has been found now working at a United States airport.
Uber can’t pluck money out of the trees anymore — so it’s drilling for it in the Persian Gulf.
A private helicopter that flew from Kiryat Shemona to Nahariya Sunday failed to fly on its approved course along the northern border, and instead flew in a straight line – thus spending a long time in Lebanese airspace.
An hours-long manhunt was underway late Wednesday in Bay Area neighborhood for a gunman who violently evaded a traffic stop by shooting at and wounding two police officers, authorities said.
Rabbi Ratzon Arusi, the Chief Rabbi of Kiryat Ono and member of the Chief Rabbinate Council, on Wednesday attacked vehemently the precedent ruling of Tel Aviv Municipal Court Judge Itai Hermelin, which empowered groups of sex workers to operate a legal brothel.
The husband of a Georgia assistant attorney general was found shot to death in a car in northeast Atlanta early Wednesday, the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office said.
WASHINGTON – A top Defense Department official, in a pique over a neighborhood parking dispute, has been arrested and will do 32 hours of community service at a local food bank.
Prosecutors in the Paris trial of Arnaud Mimran and 11 other men accused of carbon VAT fraud in a case referred to in France as the “heist of the century” made their closing arguments last Thursday.
Williamsburg, NY – Hatzolah Emergency crews in Williamsburg were called to a multi-family home early this afternoon, after a small child fell from a fifth-floor porch.
This had to hurt more than a pinprick.