Jewish group slams police force for 'open anti-Semitism' after high-ranking official asks for information on all members of the Jewish community including phone numbers and places of residence
Tatiana Khaikin and Mastwell Alaza were both killed in recent weeks; in one case the partner has been arrested, in the other he confessed. Why are these cases falling through the cracks?
Michael Atkinson determined that a whistleblower's report was credible in alleging Trump abused his office in attempting to solicit Ukraine's interference in the 2020 U.S. election for his political benefit
A former KGB officer, real-life neo-Nazis and a slaughtered pig are all taking part in DAU, an extreme art experiment which is raising concerns of abuse
Canadian lawyers are seeking class action status in a lawsuit on behalf of victims aboard the plane shot down by Iran, looking for at least $1.1 billion
The children's costume was advertised using the word 'zhyd' which some consider a slur in Russian
A pilot for Iran’s Aseman Airlines who witnessed the Ukrainian plane explosion called out to Tehran air controllers: 'A series of lights like ... yes, it is missile, is there something?'
A new museum is to be built at the site of the Babi Yar massacre in Ukraine, where during two days some 34,000 Jews were murdered by German forces in 1941
Lev Parnas can be heard explaining to Trump that the Messiah is 'the person that has come to save the whole world'
If verified, tape could bolster argument that president's aides spent almost a year trying to oust envoy as they sought to pressure Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden
Yad Vashem criticized the decision, reportedly calling it 'puzzling'
Some 30 Jews from the Polish town of Sokal survived World War II. They and their descendants, spread around the world, are now reconnecting via a steadily growing Facebook page
Lev Parnas has said that he would testify in Trump's impeachment trial if asked, implicating the U.S. president by saying 'Trump knew exactly what was going on'
Donald Trump and Rudolph Giuliani blamed ‘this Soros guy’ for the president’s impeachment woes, claims Parnas, who describes the atmosphere in ‘Trump World’ as being ‘like a cult’
Iran may be hesitant to turn over recorders for fear that more details from crash that killed 176 people — including the harrowing 20 seconds between when the first and second surface-to-air missiles hit the plane — will come to light
Iranian authorities also prepared for French, Canadian and American experts to examine data from Ukrainian plane shot down near Tehran
A report published Monday by The United Jewish Community of Ukraine said that it has documented 66 anti-Semitic incidents in 2019 compared to 90 in the previous year
A U.S. cybersecurity company had identified the hacking of Burisma Holdings, alleging that it was conducted by same Russian intelligence unit behind email breach of the DNC during the 2016 presidential race
U.S. Government Accountability Office says, 'Faithful execution of the law does not permit the President to substitute his own policy priorities for those that Congress has enacted into law'
Ukraine's Interior Ministry announced Thursday a criminal probe into alleged illegal surveillance of former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch
Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudy Giuliani, made several potentially explosive claims in a televised interview Wednesday night
U.S. cybersecurity company says hacking conducted by same Russian intelligence unit that was behind email breach of the DNC during the 2016 presidential race
Judiciary spokesman says several people arrested for their role in the crash, which led to anti-government protests
A viral showed student protesters avoiding stepping on American and Israeli flags imprinted on the street during their march
Trump's Republican allies continue to promote a discredited theory that accuses Ukraine of interfering in the 2016 U.S. election to keep him from winning
WATCH Infuriated Iranians Take to the Streets, Slamming Authorities for Concealing Ukrainian Plane Shootdown
Condolences from Supreme Leader Khamenei and President Rohani failed to calm angry civilians, who are using social media to express their outrage
'The Islamic Republic of Iran deeply regrets this disastrous mistake,' Iranian President Rohani says
Tehran says 'with certainty' that no missile hit plane after Western leaders declare crash likely unintentionally shot down, and will announce the reason for the crash on Saturday
Western leaders have said the plane seemed to have been unintentionally brought down by a surface-to-air missile near Tehran, which Iran denies
'Once you shoot those things, it's over,' a defense expert explains Iran's most modern air defense system which is designed to destroy military aircrafts and cruise missiles