MIAMI – Deandre Charles was in court Monday for his final Arthur Hearing, with his defense attorney trying to convince Judge Jason Bloch to set bail.
With about 10 months left in office, President Barack Obama is considering unprecedented moves to implement a two-state solution, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Los Angeles, CA – An Egyptian aviation student in California who made a threatening Facebook post toward U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has agreed to leave the country and could be gone by the end of the week, his attorney said on Monday.
SCARSDALE, N.Y. — A longtime youth swim coach has been arrested and charged in Scarsdale, and the reason has parents and the community horrified.
LOS ANGELES – Tennis star Maria Sharapova admitted Monday she failed a drug test.
After almost seven hours of deliberation, a Nashville jury awarded sports reporter Erin Andrews $55 million in damages for the nude peephole video a serial stalker took at the Nashville Marriott in 2008.
ZURICH – Carlos the Jackal, the Marxist guerrilla who became a symbol of Cold War anti-imperialism, has told a newspaper that he moved freely through Switzerland in the 1970s under a “non-aggression pact” between the government and the Palestine Liberation Organization.
The wife of a state witness was murdered in Be’er Sheva Monday evening after her car came under a hail of gunfire.
The National Office of Vigilance against Anti-Semitism (BNVCA) in France issued a public condemnation on Monday of an attack that occurred this Shabbat, in which a 13-year-old Jewish boy was assaulted by three anti-Semites as they shouted “dirty Jew.”
LONDON – Islamic State fighters want to carry out “enormous and spectacular” attacks against Britain and the Western lifestyle in general, Britain’s most senior anti-terrorism officer said on Monday.