A Jewish official who is a close political associate of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie repeatedly invoked the Fifth Amendment and refused to answer questions at a state legislative hearing into his ordering lanes closed on the George Washington Bridge as a political attack on a Democratic mayor.3
The condition of former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, in a coma since 2006, has deteriorated sharply in recent hours and he is close to death, the hospital treating him said on Thursday.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a possible Republican White House contender enmeshed in a scandal over his staff’s role in shutting down lanes onto the busy George Washington Bridge, will meet with reporters Thursday, his office said.17
A Chinese businessman who is determined to buy an American newspaper said he is just as smart as the Jews who own some of those newspapers.5
Hillary Clinton’s acceptance speech at last night’s Democratic convention didn’t soar or astonish or frighten. Instead, it was remarkable because, for the very first time, we heard the voice of a woman nominee tell us how she would do the most powerful job on the planet.
A French court threw out efforts by authorities to ban a show on Thursday by a comedian whom the government accuses of insulting the memory of the Holocaust victims, his lawyer said.
A new surveillance video offers the first look at a possible suspect in the murder of Brooklyn real estate developer Menachem Stark.
At the Maimonides School, it was all hands on deck as students and faculty mobilized to locate one of their own: Caleb Jacoby, 16, an 11th-grader and the son of Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby who has been missing since Monday afternoon.
Jeff Jacoby Tweeted prayers, thanks and scripture as the Boston Globe columnist continued to lead an outpouring of concern about his missing teenage son, Caleb Jacoby.
The reward for information in the murder of Brooklyn real estate developer Menachem Stark has been raised to $72,000, with his family contributing $50,000.
German prosecutors have charged an 88-year-old former member of Hitler’s elite Waffen SS with taking part in a World War Two massacre of hundreds of French villagers, nearly 70 years after one of the most infamous Nazi atrocities.
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