Cyprus – The Cypriot ex-wife of an Egyptian man who authorities say hijacked a domestic EgyptAir flight and threatened to blow it up with a fake suicide belt said her former husband is an “extremely dangerous man” who used drugs, terrorized his family and beat her and their children.
A search is underway in eastern Siberia for a U.S. student who vanished during a hiking trip more than three days ago.
The founder and owner of a hospice care company in Texas directed nurses to induce overdoses in several patients as a means of increasing their profits, KXAS-TV reported on Tuesday.
The Associated Press news agency cooperated with the Nazi regime during the 1930s, a German historian has exposed.
WASHINGTON – Florida police have charged Donald Trump’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski with simple battery in connection with an incident earlier in the month involving a reporter.
An Ivy League-educated former executive at a New York investment bank was arrested Monday on charges he tried to defraud investors of more than $95 million as he led what a prosecutor called a “shameful charade” to cover his tracks.
When Julie Pearson, a British national living in the southern Israeli city of Eilat, was found dead last November, all signs pointed to her violent boyfriend, Amjad Khatib.
She’s a beauty and a beast, pummeling her boyfriend in a jealous fit at his tony Manhattan apartment, according to court documents and the now-ex-beau.
An alleged gunman was taken into custody after shots were fired Monday afternoon at the tourist-heavy U.S. Capitol Visitor Center – an incident that sent the Capitol complex and the White House into lockdown.
Federal authorities arrested more than 1,000 people in a five-week operation aimed at disrupting transnational gangs across the United States.