August 20, 2012 - 10:07 am
British pop singer Stacey Jackson brought her hits, energy and sparkle to Krave nightclub (Planet Hollywood) on Saturday. (Photo courtesy of Scott Harrison)
The action comes just weeks after a Republican-led U.S. House of Representatives committee announced its own antisemitism probe.
Snow and rain appear to have been significant weather factors for the flight that “tracked east-southeast, gradually descended in altitude, and increased in ground speed.”
The university celebrated Friday the opening of its newest facility on campus — the Advanced Engineering Building. Classes will be held in the building this fall.
Arrested again in Las Vegas and bound for California, one-time source Alexander Smirnov faces charges he lied to feds about Joe and Hunter Biden.
The verdict is a win for New York Attorney General Letitia James, a Democrat who campaigned on investigating the NRA’s not-for-profit status.
A group of Harvard alumni has sued the university, arguing that the “rampant antisemitism on campus and in classrooms” has devalued their prestigious diplomas.
A long-awaited postwar plan by Israel’s prime minister shows that his government seeks open-ended control over security and civilian affairs in the Gaza Strip.
Court documents filed Friday show that Alexander Smirnov is scheduled to appear in a California federal court for a detention hearing early next week.
After a state prisoner convicted of murder spent more than a year out of custody, the Nevada Department of Corrections is changing its inmate tracking protocol.
The United States and the European Union announced the move on the eve of the second anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.