WikiLeaks Founder Back In Court To Challenge Extradition

Facing his most crucial legal battle so far, Julian Assange, the founder of the antisecrecy organization WikiLeaks, appeared on Monday at a hearing on...

PHOTOS: Lakewood Hatzolah Celebrates Opening Of Third Garage

Hundreds gathered for a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Sunday afternoon, in honor of the opening of the new Hatzolah Garage, donated by Mrs. Klara Ringel...

Fatal Car Crash Involving Ambulance

Brighton, NY - An ambulance transporting a patient from the Jewish Home in Brighton on its way to Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester on...

NJ: Paramus Officer Critical After Being Shot Multiple Times On Route 17

A Paramus police officer shot several times in the stomach was in critical but stable condition Monday morning following a pursuit on Route 17...

Egypt: Was Missing Google Executive A Spark That Lit a Revolt?

More than a week after his mysterious disappearance in Egypt, Google executive and political activist Wael Ghonim will be released from government detention on...

Bloomberg Calls On Governor To Reduce Cuts To City

Mayor Michael Bloomberg is headed to Albany to discuss just how hard the city will be hit by the governor's budget proposal. The mayor is...

NYC: Traffic Deaths Rose Slightly Last Year

In the popular imagination, New York City’s streets can resemble an arcade-style obstacle course, a daily life-or-death gamble for pedestrians and drivers alike. But data...

In Documentary About Agriprocessors, Federal Judge Calls Proceedings ‘Travesty’

A federal judge who participated in controversial court hearings after the huge immigration raid in Postville says the 2008 legal proceedings were “a travesty.” District...

AOL to Buy Huffington Post for $315 Million

AOL Inc. agreed to buy the Huffington Post for $315 million as the Internet company spun off from Time Warner Inc. increases its investments...

Damascus Jews Restore Synagogues As Syria Burnishes Image

Bloomberg News reports: Albert Cameo, leader of what remains of the Jewish community in Syria, says he’s trying to fulfill an obligation to his religious...

VIDEO: Obama, O’Reilly Square Off Before Super Bowl

If politics is more your game, there was another, much-hyped showdown to watch before Sunday’s Super Bowl: President Barack Obama vs. Fox News host...

NYPD Shooting Stats Show Hits & Misses

The NY Post reports: Over the past 10 years, city cops fired 4,702 bullets, accidentally pulled the trigger 323 times, and missed 78 percent of...

Lakewood: Over 200 Gather For PCS Accounting Program Dinner

Khal Zichron Yaakov in Lakewood was the site of a dinner hosted by Professional Career Service (PCS) on behalf of their successful accounting program....

Common Adult Diseases: Treatable With Proper Nutrition

The power of healing through proper nutrition is well documented.  In Chinese medicine, it is a discipline that goes back thousands of years.  But...

Former White House Counsel: Failure To Release Pollard Would Be A ‘Miscarriage Of Justice’

In a letter sent recently to President Barack Obama, former White House Counsel Bernard Nussbaum called upon the President to free Jonathan Pollard, who...

YWN Interviews Shomer Shabbos Former Superbowl Champion Alan ‘Shlomo’ Veingrad

Just a few hours before the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers face off in the Superbowl, YWN had the opportunity to interview...

Senator Rubio Condemns Possible 20-Year Sentence Against Detained American Jew In Cuba

Florida senator Marco Rubio is condemning the possibility that a U.S. government subcontractor jailed in Havana for 14 months may be given a 20-year...

Egyptians Line Up For Cash As Banks Open, Currency Plummets To 2005 Low

Hundreds of Egyptians queued outside banks to withdraw funds as lenders opened for the first time in more than a week amid protests demanding...

NYC: Beware Of Pot Holes & Alternate-Side Parking

Drivers beware: all this bad weather is taking its toll on the roads and several drivers learned the hard way Saturday about the massive...

Million-Dollar Stolen Judaica Deal Thwarted

Moments before a gang of smugglers managed to sell over a million dollars' worth of Judaica artifacts stolen from Milan's most prominent synagogue this...

Assassination Attempt On Egypt’s VP Fails

A failed assassination attempt on Egypt's vice president in recent days left two of his bodyguards dead, sources tell Fox News. Such an attempt on...

Yigal Amir Rejects Torah Study Offer

Yigal Amir, the assassin of former Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, rejected a State Prosecution offer which would allow him to hold a one hour...

Baltimore: Black, Jewish Communities At Odds Over Shomrim

When Pauline Watson felt threatened by teenagers loitering outside her condominium in this city's Park Heights neighborhood, she didn't call the police. She called...

NYPD To Use Facial-Recognition Technology To ID Criminals

Criminals are facing a new hi-tech crime-fighting weapon. The NYPD is introducing a new computer program that uses advanced facial recognition to help identify wanted...

Second Ground-Zero Mosque Imam Quits

The beleaguered mosque and Islamic center planned for Ground Zero suffered yet another setback when its chief religious adviser abruptly resigned yesterday -- after...

Orthodox Jewish Super Bowl Champ Now Plays For His Faith

The following is via the Morristown Patch: For seven years, Alan Veingrad made his living by pushing around some of the most physically intimidating...

Couric Fires Incorrect Tweet Saying Mubarak Stepped Down

Katie Couric was a little quick with her Twitter finger Saturday. The CBS News anchor mistakenly informed her 140,000 followers that embattled Egyptian President Hosni...

Key Members Of Egypt’s Ruling Party Resign

Apparent fissures in Egypt's regime surfaced Saturday as key members of the embattled ruling party, including President Hosni Mubarak's once heir-apparent son, resigned their...

NYC: Three Cases Of Cholera Confirmed By City Officials

The first known cases of cholera in New York since the outbreak of the disease in Haiti last year were confirmed on Saturday by...

Bank of America Agrees to Pay $410 Million to Settle Overdrafts Lawsuits

Bank of America Corp., the largest U.S. lender by assets, agreed to pay $410 million to settle lawsuits alleging deceptive practices in the management...

Bloomberg Spends $245000 In Taxpayers’ Cash On Three Chefs

When Mayor Bloomberg came into office there was just one executive cook at Gracie Mansion to make the VIP feasts. Today there are three...

Nasdaq System Compromised By Hackers

Computer hackers have breached the systems of the company that runs the Nasdaq stock exchange in New York but did not penetrate the part...

Scary Near-Miss Over Atlantic For American Airlines

An American Airlines jetliner came within a half-mile of two giant military cargo planes in a harrowing near-collision over the Atlantic two weeks ago,...

Bush Visit To Geneva Canceled After Protest Threat

A visit by former President George W. Bush to Switzerland this week has been canceled because of security concerns, as the threat of mass...

France To Search Again For Downed jet

Search crews plan to look for a fourth time for the wreckage of Air France Flight 447, which crashed into the southern Atlantic Ocean...

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