Former President Jimmy Carter had a black eye and 14 stitches after falling Sunday at his Georgia home, but made it to an evening concert in Tennessee to rally volunteers ahead of his 36th home building project for Habitat for Humanity.
Authorities exhumed the bodies Monday of two victims of the 1944 Hartford circus fire in hopes of identifying one of the last five people still listed as missing after the tragedy.
President Donald Trump on Monday defended his decision to pull back U.S. troops from northern Syria, clearing the way for an expected Turkish assault and essentially abandoning Kurdish fighters who fought alongside American forces to defeat the Islamic State.
House Democrats leading an impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukraine may have fresh information to work with after a new whistleblower stepped forward with what the person’s lawyer said was firsthand knowledge of key events.
An Oasis Called Home – A Hachnosas Orchim Home on Interstate 80
A Home for Klal Yisroel – A First of Its Kind
Announcing a groundbreaking campaign for 5780 by a group of Askanim – with the goal of providing emergency wayside accommodations for families traveling across the Midwest-East coast highways and back.
A deer crashed through the window of a Long Island hair salon Saturday and ran amok before breaking out the front door with a straightening iron in tow.
The buck’s surprise visit to the Be.you.tiful salon in Lake Ronkonkoma was captured by the salon’s security camera and widely shared on social media.
A federal judge rejected President Donald Trump’s challenge to the release of eight years of his tax returns for a New York state criminal probe, saying on Monday that he could not grant such a “categorical and limitless assertion of presidential immunity.”
Trump’s lawyers notified the judge that they will immediately appeal the ruling.
A man whose life sentence was overturned in the death of a North Dakota woman whose baby was cut from her womb was re-sentenced Monday to 20 years in prison.
Once again, this Sukkot, United Hatzalah is bringing the top performers in Jewish Music to Jerusalem and is inviting the public to enjoy a great concert and help the organization save lives in Israel.
In a precedent-setting case, the Tel Aviv Magistrate’s Court has instructed Facebook to reveal details pertaining to a fictitious profile.
The court is asking Facebook to disclose the details of the identity of the anonymous account pertaining to a defamation lawsuit regarding posts on the page.
MK (Yahadut Hatorah) Moshe Gafne has been selected to continue serving as the chairman of the Knesset Finance Committee, the position he held in the previous Knessets.
In response to being tapped to continue in the powerful post, he stated, “there are things that are simply apolitical and relevant to the proper running of the nation”.
A chareidi woman was detained as a confrontation following objections to the loud volume of a family’s zemiros Shabbos. The woman was compelled to enter a police car as she was driven to a police station on Shabbos following the incident.
A 23-year-old Syrian national approached a Berlin shul over the weekend while brandishing a knife and shouting ‘Allah Akbar’. The guards at the shul pulled their guns and brought an end to the threat.
A couple and a man who got into an altercation with a member of the cabin crew on a flight returning from Uman were arrested in Moldavia. Rav Pinchas Zaltzman worked to obtain their release to the religious community in Kishinev.
As the U.S. warned allies around the world that Chinese tech giant Huawei was a security threat, the FBI was making the same point quietly to a Midwestern university.
In an email to the associate vice chancellor for research at the University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign, an agent wanted to know if administrators believed Huawei had stolen any intellectual property from the school.
A major police investigation is underway after there were three attempted luring incidents in Boro Park on Motzei Shabbos.
NYPD sources confirm to YWN that a Toyota Rav 4 occupied by at least two suspects tried offering candy to children at three locations in around 25 minutes.
New York is taking most 17-year-olds with offenses out of the adult criminal justice system.
The change is effective this month under the second part of 2017 legislation that raised New York’s age of criminal responsibility to 18.
A man who testified in the murder trial of a white Dallas police officer who fatally shot her black neighbor was killed in a shooting, his attorney said.
Dallas police said they were investigating Friday night’s shooting that left one man dead and that authorities do not yet have a motive.
A Jewish death row inmate who was part of the “Texas 7” gang of escaped prisoners and faced execution in less than a week has won a reprieve after claiming the former judge at his trial was anti-Semitic and frequently used racial slurs.
A 34-year-old resident of Bnei Ayish, near Ashdod, was indicted at the end of September for allegedly breaking into a home in an area moshav along with others. During the break-in, they dragged out a large safe using their vehicle, netting millions of shekels and other valuables.