Former Nazi SS officer Siert Bruins waits at court in Hagen, Germany on January 8, 2014.

    German Court Dismisses Case Against Nazi Guard Over Lost Evidence

    A German court dismissed a case on Wednesday against a 92-year-old man accused of killing a Dutch resistance fighter in World War Two when he was in Hitler’s elite Waffen SS, citing lost evidence.

    Dive In! Ex-Rep. Gabby Giffords, shown with her husband, plans to mark the third anniversary of the shooting rampage that nearly killed her by going skydiving.

    Gabby Giffords Skydives To Mark Shooting Anniversary

    Former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords went skydiving Wednesday to mark the three year anniversary of a shooting rampage that left the Arizona Democrat badly wounded with a gunshot to the head.

    2 Mystery Women's DNA Tied to Jewish Snowbirds Double-Murder

    Police have recovered genetic evidence from two unidentified women at the scene of the double murder of Jewish retirees Rochelle Wise and David (Donny) Pichosky in their south Florida condo.

    10,000 African Immigrants Protest at Israel's Knesset

    Thousands of asylum-seeking African migrants protested outside of the Knesset in Jerusalem over Israel’s response to their refugee requests.

    Releasing Jonathan Pollard Backed by American Ex-Ambassadors to Israel

    wo former U.S. ambassadors to Israel who have opposed clemency for jailed spy-for-Israel Jonathan Pollard told an Israeli news website that they have changed their minds.