WASHINGTON – At least two federal air marshals have been suspended amid allegations they hired prostitutes overseas and recorded a sexual encounter with a government-issued device.
The governor’s aide who was shot in the head at the predawn J’Ouvert celebration before the West Indian American Day Parade died on Wednesday night.
Having fought Nazis in two blockbuster films set during World War II, Brad Pitt recently bought a toy that once belonged to the real-life bad guys.
Franco-Israeli media magnate Patrick Drahi’s telecoms giant Altice announced Thursday a $17.7 billion (€15.6 billion) takeover of the US cable operator Cablevision.
Myanmar’s military chief of staff made an official visit to Israel last week, the first military leader from that country, formerly known as Burma, to come here in 55 years.
Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas has promised to “drop a bombshell” at the end of his upcoming speech before the United Nations, according to a tweet on Wednesday night.
Right-wing commentator Ann Coulter has come under fire after posting a series of offensive tweets deemed by many to be anti-Semitic.
The Israeli man who went missing in the Ukrainian city of Uman three days ago has been named as Amir Ohana.
Searches for an Israeli man missing in the Ukrainian city of Uman have increased Wednesday, with local patrols and rescue services focusing on finding a body.