The general commissioner of Israeli police and multiple Israeli police chiefs unanimously agreed Wednesday night to recommend indicting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on corruption charges, alleging that there is strong evidence in support of accusations that Netanyahu and his wife accepted bribes in the form of large gifts.
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Antonio Colmenares, a retired Marine lieutenant colonel and the volunteer director of the Miami branch of the Florida Veterans Foundation, padded his bank account by selling thousands of ready-to-eat meals, blankets and sleeping bags donated for homeless veterans, state agents allege.
John Battaglia, convicted of killing his two young daughters in 2001 while their mother listened helplessly over the phone, was executed via lethal injection in Texas on Thursday. The execution came after a federal court that had twice forestalled the man’s execution shot down a last-minute appeal filed by Battaglia's lawyers.
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón announced on Wednesday that city prosecutors will retroactively apply a California law legalizing marijuana to thousands of cases automatically, dismissing and sealing cases spanning across several decades.
Jamaica confirmed that it barred a U.S. pastor with a history of inflammatory comments from entering its country.
Famed activist attorney Gloria Allred is representing Essie Grundy, a 43-year-old Californian African-American woman, in a lawsuit accusing Walmart of racially discriminating against black customers by selectively locking certain beauty products up inside glass cabinets. (RELATED: Walmart Apologizes After Employees Refused To Bake 'Racist' Blue Lives Matter Cake)
After Vernon Madison's attorneys argued in court that their client could no longer remember murdering a police officer in 1985 due to dementia, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas on Thursday evening issued a temporary stay on the execution of the 67-year-old death row inmate, just minutes before Madison was scheduled to be executed by lethal injection.
A Federal Communications Communication official said Thursday that the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency employee responsible for issuing the false alarm warning Hawaiians of an incoming ballistic missile is refusing to cooperate with an investigation.
Sen. Rand Paul on Wednesday introduced a bill prohibiting the Department of State and USAID from sending foreign aid to Pakistan.
An adherent of the Satanic Temple on Tuesday filed suit against Gov. Eric Greitens and the state of Missouri in the Missouri Supreme Court, claiming that a state law requiring a mandatory 72-hour waiting period before an abortion violated the plaintiff's religious belief that life does not begin at conception.
Democrats looking to override the Federal Communications Commission's Dec. 14 decision to repeal net neutrality rules say that they have locked down 50 votes in the Senate.
Michael Rectenwald -- the PC-bashing, "deplorable" New York University professor behind the Twitter handle @antipcnyuprof -- is suing NYU and four of his colleagues for defamation, alleging that he was subjected to a campaign of ostracism and harassment when he criticized campus political correctness.
Rectenwald’s suit, filed in Manhattan Supreme Court on Friday, alleges that current and former NYU faculty members used official email distribution lists to defame him in May of 2017, calling him a “right-wing misogynist,” an “asshole” and “Satan” in messages sent to over 100 NYU faculty and administrators.
When contacted by The Daily Caller, John Beckman, New York University’s chief spokesman, brusquely dismissed the allegations. “The suit is without merit,” Beckman stated.
Police say that just south of Tocoma, Washington, a drunken, naked man with three prior DUIs drove his vehicle into tree while he was having sex with a woman, the Associated Press report.
Romello Leach, a 22-year-old Colorado Springs Pastor, has been charged with eight felonies stemming from alleged sexual abuse of a 14-year-old girl.
After a North Korean soldier dodged a hail of gunfire and lost around half of his blood in order to defect to South Korea last week, North Korea has stepped up its security measures at the DMZ.
Black Friday always brings out crazy brawls between strangers fighting over the last marked-down item -- and 2017 proved to be no different. Here are some of the craziest videos from this year's Black Friday.
Earlier this week, U.S. District Judge Michael Barrett charged 29-year-old opiate dealer and Cincinnati resident Michael Chandler to 16 years and six months in prison after Chandler pleaded guilty to charges of drug distribution.
John Kasich is once again calling on all Ohioans to avoid using the "unlucky 13th letter" of the alphabet ahead of Ohio State's game against rival Michigan.
At a Marxist rally hosted by New York University students in New York City’s Washington Square Park in September, a representative from NYU’s Asian/Pacific/American Institute had a hard time dealing with a a black man dressed as a peacock as she tried to address her "comrades."