For the first time in U.S. history, a Chassidic woman wins a Brooklyn election, against a man, to become a New York Civil Court judge.
The prosecution argued that it would be a mistake to treat Jewish and Arab terrorism equally.
The US and Iran did not draft a written settlement agreement or any other formal documentation of the cash transfers, and Iran directed the Iran-US Tribunal at the Hague that it not record the settlement of its claim.
The official request claims that the July 15 coup attempt was carried out under Gülen's "command and control."
Police requested a delay in carrying out the ruling to give them time to appeal it before the Supreme Court.
Democratic lawmakers are concerned the veto would ignite a showdown between the White House and Congress that would damage the president.
Outraged residents of Amona and Ofra are denouncing the Likud government that is enforcing a court order to demolish their homes.
An American attorney warns that illegals are using a loophole in the justice system to seize an opportunity for legal status.
The same court extended the remand of the Mayor' son Tzafrir Feirberg.
Elyakim Rubinstein, the Vice President of the Supreme Court, said he was persuaded that there are possible situations in which saving lives requires having the amendment on the books.
The would-be assassin of President Ronald Reagan was freed by a federal judge after 35 years.
One of the suspects is contractor and developer Avraham T'shuva, the brother of natural gas and real estate tycoon Itzhak T'shuva.
The court's decision appears to fly in the face of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, proclaimed in the 1948 General Assembly resolution 217(III).
A Gaza equipment merchant was indicted on seven charges of smuggling scuba diving equipment into the region and selling it to Hamas.
Ex-pat Americans faced with reporting all of their financial and personal banking information may still have some privacy.
The indictment omits a crucial component, the fact that the Arab taxi veered off its path in an attempt to ram the shooter's vehicle.
Israeli courts maintain skeletal Shabbat and Holiday shifts to respond to the most urgent needs, like police requests for injunctions to prevent the smuggling of children.
The order for the technical teams to abandon the work sites was given after they had taken apart some of the rails, so that there was no way to resume service Saturday night.
Minister Zeev Elkin called on Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked (Habayit Hayehudi) to lead a far reaching reform to regain the public's trust in the Supreme Court.
His DNA was found on the heel of the victim’s sneaker, which was found on the roof of a nearby building.