The French cell phone company Orange announced on Thursday afternoon that it has decided to halt its operations in Israel and end its partnership with the Israeli company Partner, which franchises Orange’s name in Israel.
A Canadian police dog helped comfort a child sexual abuse victim during her testimony in the first instance of its kind in the country.
Search warrants filed Wednesday in the investigation of last month’s murders of a wealthy Washington D.C. family and their housekeeper say cell phones belonging to the victims were stolen from the mansion where the crimes took place and authorities believe there was forced entry into the home on the day of the killings.
NEW YORK — A co-owner of the Four Seasons is charged with sexually abusing an acquaintance during a party at the famed New York City restaurant.
The knife-wielding terror suspect who was shot and killed by law enforcement outside Boston early Tuesday originally targeted the activist behind last month’s “Draw Muhammad” cartoon competition before turning his sights on local police, according to several published reports.
The FBI’s investigation of soccer governing body FIFA includes scrutiny of how the organization awarded the 2018 World Cup to Russia and the 2022 competition to Qatar, a U.S. law enforcement official said on Wednesday.
WYANDANCH, N.Y. — Police say three people were found shot to death inside a car on Long Island and the suspect remains at large.
The surveillance law enacted this week stands as the most significant curb on the government’s investigative authorities since the 1970s.
Among the many Israelis upset by Orange CEO Stephane Richarde’s insulting comments Wednesday was Itzik Benevisti – the Director General of Partner, which franchises the name Orange from Richarde’s firm.