New York – A prison employee being questioned about her suspected role in the escape of two killers provided them with contraband before they cut their way out of the maximum-security institution, a prosecutor said Friday.
Providence, R.I. – Testimony has ended in a bitter fight over control of the nation’s oldest synagogue.
NY State Police Investigate Threat Made In Yiddish Against NY Senator Larkin Over KJ Annexation Controversy
State Police are investigating an apparently threatening message directed at Republican Sen. Bill Larkin, his office on Thursday evening confirmed.
Two men were charged Friday with conspiring to help the Islamic State group by plotting with a Boston terror suspect to kill U.S. citizens to support the objectives of the terrorist organization.
WASHINGTON – As many as 14 million current and former civilian U.S. government employees have had their personal information exposed to hackers, according to two people who were briefed on the investigation, a far higher figure than the 4 million the Obama administration initially disclosed.
Swiss prosecutors said on Thursday that they opened an espionage investigation in May amid suspicions that Swiss hotels hosting talks on Iran’s nuclear program have been targeted in a cyber-spying campaign. A state official in Vienna said Austria was also investigating the suspicions.Details
It’s a scene most Jewish families are familiar with: a table laid with two homemade challahs, Shabbat candles, a kiddush cup and an impressive spread of food. The catch? This image was posted online by Jenna Jameson, arguably the world’s most famous former porn star.
New York – A female prison worker being questioned by police, who are hunting two escapees from an upstate New York prison, thought she had a romantic relationship with one of them and had planned to drive the getaway car, NBC News reported on Thursday.
Authorities searching for two escaped killers who have been on the loose for the better part of a week acknowledged being in the dark about their whereabouts or doings, even as the hunt for the men expanded past state borders.
Two Pakistani-born brothers are facing lengthy prison sentences after pleading guilty in Florida to charges that they organized a terror plot against New York City landmarks.