Terror victim’s family storms out of court during trial

Father and brother of murdered soldier Ronen Lubarsky protest terrorist's trial with judges who cannot sentence him to death.

...
Read More

5 teens suspected to have leptospirosis after Jordan River visit

Five 14-17 year olds hospitalized on suspicion the caught the infection after kayaking tour, after infection previously only found in ...
Read More

Watch: Security guard attacked at Haemek Hospital

Shibli Arabs dissatisfied with treatment given their relatives confront doctor, attack guards.

...
Read More

Jewish Home MK: Israel must fight International Criminal Court

MK Smotrich demands Israeli government expose ICC's 'hypocrisy.'

...
Read More

Colorado school district switches to four-day-a-week schedule

No more Mondays? One school district in Colorado is switching to a four-day-a-week schedule.
...
Read More

Jerusalem police foil stabbing attack

Israel Police foil Hevron Arab's attempt to carry out terror attack in Jerusalem.

...
Read More

'Ballistic blocks' shot from Hawaii volcano could mark onset of explosive eruptions

'Ballistic blocks' shot from Hawaii volcano could mark onset of explosive eruptionsBy Terray Sylvester PAHOA, Hawaii (Reuters) – “Ballistic blocks” the size of microwave ovens shot from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano on Wednesday in what may be the start of explosive eruptions that could spew huge ash plumes and hurl smaller rocks for miles (km), the U.S. Geological Survey said. Such eruptions, last seen nearly a century ago, have been a looming threat since Kilauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, erupted nearly two weeks ago. The explosive, steam-driven eruptions could drive a 20,000-foot (6,100-meter) ash plume out of the crater, hurl boulders the size of small cars up to half a mile (800 meters) and scatter smaller rocks over 12 miles (19 km), the USGS has warned.


Thousands of North Carolina public school teachers march in Raleigh

Thousands of North Carolina public school teachers march in RaleighThousands of North Carolina teachers swarmed the state legislature on Wednesday to call for pay raises and more spending on schools, making the state the country’s sixth to be roiled by educators demanding better funding. Hundreds of teachers in red T-shirts filled a spectators gallery and chanted “remember, remember, we vote in November” as the Republican-controlled General Assembly started its session. The protest prompted at least 38 districts, representing more than half the state’s 1.5 million public school students, to cancel classes.


Parkland shooting officer labelled a 'coward' receives $8,700 a month pension

Parkland shooting officer labelled a 'coward' receives $8,700 a month pensionThe sheriff’s deputy condemned by President Donald Trump for failing to confront the shooter who killed 17 people at a high school in Florida is receiving an almost $9,000 monthly pension, even though he resigned following the massacre. Scot Peterson, who was a school resource officer at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland at the time of the shooting in February, was the first person to respond to the incident. Mr Peterson is receiving $8,702.35 a month from his pension, with the first payment having been received in April, according to the Florida Department of Management Services.