Does Jonathan Pollard Object to Freedom Swap With Jailed Palestinians?

    Secretary of State John Kerry met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the second time in less than 12 hours on Tuesday in an effort salvage stalled peace talks with the Palestinians.

    Jonathan Pollard Release by Passover 'On Table' in Bid To Extend Talks

    Secretary of State John Kerry rushed back to the Middle East on Monday to try to salvage stalled peace talks, possibly by releasing an Israeli spy jailed in the United States to push Israel to free Palestinian prisoners.

    Thieves Busted for Stealing 2,000-Year-Old Coffins

    Israeli police arrested four men for stealing and attempting to sell ancient burial boxes.

    Penn State's Graham Spanier Sues To Stop Cover-Up Prosecution in Sandusky Abuse Case

    Former Penn State President Graham Spanier filed a federal lawsuit on Monday seeking to end the state’s prosecution of him on charges he tried to cover up child abuse by onetime assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.

    Judge Lowers 'Bad Wine' Damages to Under $1M for Fake Bordeaux

    A federal judge has thrown out a $12 million punitive damages award to billionaire William Koch in his lawsuit accusing a fellow oenophile of selling him 24 bottles of fake Bordeaux, and reduced the award to just $711,622.