The wife of Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama argued during a campaign rally that he is no bigot because one of their lawyers “is a Jew.”
“Fake news would tell you that we don’t care for Jews. And I tell you all this because I’ve seen it
The Brooklyn woman who allegedly started a massive blaze that killed two people in Dyker Heights has been indicted on two counts of second-degree murder and two of first-degree arson.
Joanna Mei, 22, was ordered held without bail after pleading not guilty Monday to setting a fire in a
SALEM, Ore. — Reindeer are supposed to pull Santa Claus’ sleigh, but in Oregon recently, a red-suited man on a sled wound up pushing a deer.
The reverse-reality Christmas-season tale played out when a deer wandered onto a frozen golf course pond in Sunriver, Oregon, on Friday and then
KABUL, Afghanistan — The U.S. military says that an American soldier has died as a result of injuries sustained during a vehicle incident in eastern Afghanistan.
A statement released by the U.S. forces on Tuesday says that two other American service members were injured in the incident, which took
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Officials say a woman caught trying to smoke on a Southwest flight has been arrested after shouting she was going to kill everyone on the plane.
Sacramento County sheriff’s spokesman Shaun Hampton said Monday that 24-year-old Valerie Curbelo was arrested on the tarmac when the plane
NEW York pipe bomber Akayed Ullah deliberately chose to detonate his home-made explosive close to Christmas posters on the city’s subway.
US media reported how the “ISIS inspired” Bangladeshi, 27, recalled an attack at Berlin’s Christmas Markets last year as cops questioned his motives.
Speaking to the New York Times, law
BRITAIN is still the most popular country for European jobseekers with a third still wanting to work in the UK.
Workers polled across 15 EU countries named London as the number one destination for a new job, but experts from Indeed warned Germany, Luxembourg and Ireland were rapidly catching
MAN flu is real medics claim, with blokes suffering worse symptoms than women.
A study found fellas have weaker immune systems when it comes to dealing with chest, cold and flu bugs.
It means they are at greater risk of ending up in hospital and dying following an infection.
DELIVERY of the £200million polar research ship once dubbed Boaty McBoatface could be delayed due to a strike.
Shipbuilders on the RRS Sir David Attenborough are being balloted for action in a pay row.
A walkout would humiliate its employer Cammell Laird, awarded the Government contract to build the vessel
THIS is the shocking moment a young child on a sled is towed through the snow by a 4×4, just feet away from the exhaust.
Footage shows the youngster hitching a ride on a red plastic sledge in six inches of snow in the village of Ley Hill, Buckinghamshire.
BRITAIN was thought to have suffered its coldest night in five years last night with temperatures as low as -15C.
Parts of the UK were expected to be colder than Moscow in the early hours of this morning with the Russian capital enjoying a relatively balmy -4C by comparison.
RAIL firms “mislead” passengers to prevent them buying the cheapest tickets for their Christmas journeys, a watchdog claimed last night.
Many train journeys offered for sale are also incorrect meaning travellers will discover closed stations or cancelled services once their journey is under way.
Transport Focus found almost 15,000 errors
PEPPA Pig is fuelling GP delays and misuse of antibiotics, a medic claims.
Demand for doctors’ appointments has soared 16 per cent in the last seven years reaching around 370million last year.
Writing in the Christmas edition of the British Medical Journal, Dr Catherine Bell says the popularity of Peppa
TWITTER is letting paedophiles openly promote their perversions — because it says discussing the sick fantasies is not illegal.
The perverts use the site to boast of their cravings for children but insist they do not act on them, so commit no crime. MPs blasted Twitter for refusing to
The brother of Port Authority bombing suspect Akayed Ullah worships at the same mosque where infamous blind sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman once preached, law enforcement sources told The Post on Monday.
Ullah’s brother Ahsan attends Mas Jid al-Salam mosque in Jersey City, where the radical cleric Abdel-Rahman used to spew
A prominent Manhattan surgeon – best known for treating Bono – had been stripped of his privileges to practice at New York-Presbyterian Hospital just days before his apparent suicide, a law enforcement source told The Post.
Dr. Dean Lorich was told Friday he would be persona non grata at
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman said he wants to drink wine with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in order for the escalating tensions between them and the US to “settle down a bit.”
Rodman, a one-time contestant on “The Celebrity Apprentice,” told The Guardian that he wants to travel
Steve Bannon took an apparent jab at first daughter Ivanka Trump Monday during a speech rallying supporters of accused pedophile Roy Moore.
President Trump’s former top political adviser was speaking to voters before a special Alabama Senate election between the GOP candidate Moore — who is accused of preying
Three polls released on the eve of Tuesday’s special election for Alabama’s open Senate seat predicted wildly different outcomes, reflecting the volatility of a race that has riveted the nation.
A Fox News survey showed Democrat Doug Jones with a double-digit lead over Republican Roy Moore, 50 to 40
TWITTER long ago disintegrated into a swamp of ignorance and hate. But its standards are even lower than we suspected.
The social media giant now lets hundreds of sick men freely discuss the sort of children they’d like to rape — on condition they don’t actually do it.
CHILD protection officers are undertaking 300 more probes A DAY into at risk children than they did a decade ago, shock figures show today.
More than 500 investigations a day were launched in 2016 compared to around 200 ten years ago, according to the Local Government Association.
It came as
DEPUTY PM Damian Green will be cleared of sleaze allegations within days and escape the sack, it was claimed last night.
The First Secretary of State has faced a police probe over claims that “extreme pornography” was found on his computer in a raid at Parliament.
Mr Green, PM Theresa
CBEEBIES bosses have shelved episodes of Bedtime Stories featuring rocker Josh Homme after he kicked a photographer in the head.
The Queens Of The Stone Age frontman was filmed lashing out at Chelsea Lauren at a gig in LA.
The BBC said it will not air or re-broadcast any of
Now he’s hoping the judge says, “No jail for you.”
The chief financial officer of Soupman Inc., a Staten Island-based chain made famous by “Seinfeld,” pleaded guilty on Monday to a nearly $600,000 tax-evasion scheme.
“I failed to collect and account for and pay for taxes,” Robert Bertrand, 63, admitted
City Comptroller Scott Stringer and Public Advocate Letitia James called on Mayor de Blasio Monday to rescind the Fire Department’s rehiring of Joseph Cassano, who had been forced to quit in 2013 after making hateful remarks about blacks, Jews and women.
They were joined by more than a
Bitcoin touched a new high on Monday as a new crop of speculators entered the fray.
The 8-year-old cryptocurrency — or is it a crypto-asset? — rose as much as 14 percent, to $17,370, after the initial day of trading of bitcoin futures on the CBOE, the first traditional
GGP, one of the largest owners and operators of US shopping centers, has rejected a $14.8 billion buyout offer from its biggest shareholder, Brookfield Property Partners, people familiar with the matter said on Sunday.
Brookfield Property made a $23-per-share cash and stock offer last month for the 66 percent
Santa Claus is handing Mattel a lump of coal for Christmas.
The struggling California toy maker warned investors on Monday that its holiday sales will be lower than expected — by the mid-to-high single digits.
Last year, the maker of Barbie, Hot Wheels and Fisher-Price reported sales fell 3 percent
A man in Illinois had a case of mistaken identity when police officers approached him after he crashed his car into a ditch.
Police officers arrived on scene at 12:49 a.m. Friday after being notified of a man driving erratically in the parking lot, almost hitting a pedestrian and
THERESA May last night warned EU leaders her £39billion divorce cheque is off unless they agree a transition deal by March.
The PM began to unveil her key demands for the next stage of negotiations yesterday.
She told MPs an agreement on a two-year transition period that starts on exit