Maximilian Schell, Oscar-Winning 'Judgment at Nuremberg' Actor, Dies at 83

    Austrian actor Maximilian Schell, who won an Academy Award for his role as a German defence attorney in the 1961 film “Judgment at Nuremberg”, has died aged 83.

    John Kerry Insists Peace Push Isn't 'Quixotic'

    Secretary of State John Kerry said on Saturday that he remains hopeful that the Obama administration’s effort to broker a peace deal between Israelis and Palestinians can succeed.

    Political Stampede: Zev Yaroslavsky may join the race for retiring Rep. Henry Waxman?s Los Angeles Congressional seat.

    Zev Yaroslavsky Mulls Run for Los Angeles Seat of Retiring Rep. Henry Waxman

    Two prominent Southern California Democrats - a state senator and a former Los Angeles controller - have jumped into the race to fill a congressional seat being vacated by the retirement of veteran U.S. Representative Henry Waxman.

    Rocket Fired at Eilat Shot Down by Israel

    Israel’s Iron Dome missile defence system on Friday shot down a rocket fired at the Red Sea resort city of Eilat, an occasional target of militants in Egypt’s lawless Sinai peninsula.

    Flipping on Chris: David Wildstein, an operative of Gov. Chris Christie, invokes the Fifth Amendment at a legislative hearing. He now says the GOP presidential hopeful knew about the so-called Bridgegate scandal.

    David Wildstein, Jewish Aide, Says Gov. Chris Christie Knew About 'Bridgegate'

    A former Jewish aide to Gov. Chris Christie now says the Republican presidential hopeful knew about a plan to shut lanes on the George Washington Bridge as political payback.