A bid by the Russian Federation to extradite the former son-in-law of an outspoken critic of Vladimir Putin has failed.
Ari Harow, a former chief of staff and aide to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, signed a deal on Friday to turn state’s witness as part of ongoing investigations into alleged corruption by Israel’s premier.
A joint venture between Israeli cybersecurity experts and the State of Maryland has resulted in the opening of a new cyber training center, nearly a year after the project began following Maryland Governor Larry Hogan’s 2016 visit to Israel.
TAUNTON, Mass. – A young woman who as a teenager encouraged her suicidal boyfriend to kill himself in dozens of text messages and told him to “get back in” a truck filled with toxic gas was sentenced Thursday to 15 months in jail for involuntary manslaughter.
Nearly $6 million was allegedly stolen from a Buffalo Grove medical company over a year and a half the possible result of a relationship between a former executive and an escort.
A New York man has been charged with committing a lewd act during a showing of “The Emoji Movie” last week in Howell, police said Thursday night.
The world’s biggest maker of generic drugs said Thursday that it will cut 7,000 jobs by year’s end, close or sell 15 factories over the next two years, and quit operations in 45 countries by the end of 2017.
Marcus Hutchins, the 23-year-old British security researcher who was credited with stopping the WannaCry outbreak in its tracks by discovering a hidden “kill switch” for the malware, has been arrested by the FBI over his alleged involvement in another malicious software targeting bank accounts.
A LOCAL council has banned the construction of a synagogue in Bondi because it could be a terrorist target, in a shock move that religious leaders say has caved in to Islamic extremism and created a dangerous precedent.