Amerika Birleşik Devletleri'inde ilk kadın Müslüman Kongre Üyesi Ilhan Omar'in bazı Yahudi lobilerinin bir kısım Kongre üyelerine maddi yardımda bulunduğu iddiası gündemdeki yerini koruyor. Kongre üyelerinden Ilhan Omar'i eleştirende var, sözlerinden dolayı destekleyende. İşte Omar'e son destek bir grup Amerikalı Yahudi'den geldi.
- ABD'li Yahudilerden Ilhan Omar'a Destek
- Political backlash for HQ2 prompts Amazon to pull plug on NYC campus
"You have to be tough to make it in New York City. We gave Amazon the opportunity to be a good neighbor," Mayor Bill de Blasio said in response.
- New York'un En Renkli Köşesi: Times Meydanı
Amerika Birleşik Devletleri'nin en meşhur kenti New York'ta Yanıp sönen neon ışıklar, dev dijital reklam panoları, parlak Broadway sokağı, kostümlü karakterler ve müzisyenler… İşte Times Meydanı...
- Louisville to rename airport after boxing great Muhammad Ali
Officials in Louisville, Ky., want the world to know the city is the hometown of boxing champion Muhammad Ali, and they will change the name of the airport to cement that fact. Louisville International Airport will be will be renamed Louisville Mohammad Ali International Airport, the airport's board voted this week. Its SDF airport code will not change.
- Magnitude 4.4 earthquake jolts Tennessee; felt in Atlanta
Engineers are inspecting the Watts Bar Nuclear Plant in Tennessee as a precaution after a magnitude 4.4 earthquake struck nearby. The U.S. Geological Survey says the earthquake struck eastern Tennessee and could be felt in Atlanta.
- 1 hurt when SUV plows into home near elementary school
School children narrowly avoided tragedy Tuesday when an SUV plowed into a house near an elementary school in Nutley, police said. When officers arrived at the crash scene shortly after 4 p.m., they found the SUV lodged halfway inside a brick structure on the corner of Passaic Avenue and Lakeside Drive, authorities said.
- Here's what's next for the father of toddler found dead in suitcase in Jersey City
The father of a 23-month-old girl found dead in a pink suitcase along train tracks near Journal Square is scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday morning in Hudson County Superior Court.
- The 9 most unbelievable reasons cops can stop you in N.J.
Police stopped a Bayville man earlier this month for not having a bell on his bicycle, and then arrested him when he walked away from them. They originally stopped him because they said he was doing something suspicious, and police said his failure to have a bell on his bike was the probable cause they needed to stop him and question him. No one wants to be pulled over, but officers clearly use these little-known laws to make the community safer.
- Turkish court rejects 3rd appeal for US pastor's release
Turkish court in western Turkey's Izmir province on Friday rejected a third appeal for terror-linked U.S. pastor Andrew Craig Brunson's release. The Izmir Third High Criminal Court ruled against a new plea by Brunson's lawyer Ismail Cem Halavurt, who initiated the process after the Second High Criminal Court rejected an appeal for Brunson's release from house arrest and for his travel ban to be lifted on Wednesday.
- ABD'de Metrolara Sıkı Takip
Amerika Birleşik Devletleri'nin (ABD) Los Angeles eyaletindeki toplu taşıma kurumu yeni tanıttığı teknolojiyle herhangi bir terör saldırısına karşı metro istasyonlarında yolcuları yürürken arayacak. Salı günü yapılan açıklamada taşınabilir vücut tarama cihazlarının istasyon girişlerinde ve metro aktarma koridorlarında konumlandırılarak teröristlerin üzerilerinde taşıdığı bomba, makineli silah, tüfek ya da tabanca gibi patlayıcıları hızlı ve etkili bir şekilde tespit ettiği belirtildi.
- 31 injured when 2 buses collide in Lincoln Tunnel
A pair of NJ Transit buses collided inside the Lincoln Tunnel Friday morning, leaving 31 people injured, officials said. The crash occurred around 9:50 a.m. in the center tube of the tunnel. After the rear end collision, both buses proceeded out of the tunnel onto the New York side, said Steve Coleman, a spokesman for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
- Turkey establishes huge tent city in Syria’s Afrin
Turkey has established a tent city in Syria’s Afrin district for Syrians who fled from the Eastern Qalamoun region near the capital Damascus, Turkish General Staff announced on April 25.
- Baby found dead on train tracks in Jersey City
Authorities are investigating the death of a baby who was found along the train tracks just outside of the Journal Square Transportation Center.
- Haham Cinsel Saldırı ile Suçlandı
Amerika Birleşik Devletleri'nin New Jersey eyaletinden bir Yahudi Din adamı çocuğa yönelik cinsel saldırı suçundan tutuklandı. Olayın 20 yıl önce gerçekleşip yeni tutuklanması dikkat çekti.
- A United passenger was arrested after opening the emergency exit and sliding down the chute while the plane was boarding
A passenger on United Airlines flight 1640 to Tampa Bay deployed and used the emergency exit slide while the flight was boarding at Newark Liberty International Airport, according to NBC New York.
- ABDli Türkler Pentagon'a dava açıyor
Amerika Birleşik Devletleri'nde yaşayan Türkler Pentagon'u mahkemeye vermeye hazırlanıyor. Fatih Özonur sosyal medya hesabından yaptığı çağrı ile Pentagon'un PKK'ya verdiği destekten dolayı yargıya gidiyor.
- Men accused of stealing dog at gunpoint linked to 2nd robbery
As the search continues for three men accused of stealing a Newark family’s dog at gunpoint, authorities have linked the trio to a second armed robbery. Authorities said the dognapping happened Friday night on North Sixth Street while Melanie Costa's father was taking her 3-year-old Yorkshire terrier named Munchkin out for a walk. Police said three men allegedly jumped out of a car and pushed Costa's father to the ground.