City Council President Nick Mosby said Monday he can't return money collected by a legal defense fund set up for him and his wife, Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby because he doesn't personally have the funds.
"There was never any money that was passed along," Nick Mosby said. "Not much money was collected so there's nothing to give back."
The Baltimore City Ethics Board last week said Nick Mosby violated city ethics rules with the creation of the fund and ordered him to return some of the donations.
Nick Mosby said he has been "fully transparent" during the Ethics Board's investigation and said he would "fully comply with the board."
Internal Revenue Service records show that public relations professional Robyn Murphy, a close friend of Marilyn Mo...
Family members of a patient who was evacuated in critical condition to Hadassah Hospital on Mount Scopus in Jerusalem rioted in the intensive care unit after being notified of his death.
Dozens of family members of the victim, residents of eastern Jerusalem, broke doors and windows, destroyed the nurses' stand and beat the staff members.
Hospital security guards and police officers who were called to the scene were able to restore order. Two medical personnel suffered light injuries and were treated in the hospital emergency room.
The hospital said, "The entire staff has been left shocked by the serious violence. At this time, the hospital director and the social service director are on site to carry out a support procedure and process the incident with the staff."
Dr. Tamar Elram...
Baltimore, MD – May 16, 2022 - BJL wishes a hearty Mazel Tov to Moshe & Miriam Hammelburger on the birth of a daughter.
יה"ר שיזכו לגדל בתם לתורה, לחופה, ולמעשים טובים. אמן!
Baltimore, MD – May 12, 2022 - It is with regret that Baltimore Jewish Life (BJL) informs the community of the petira of Mrs. Sara Raize Wolowik, a'h, beloved mother of Rabbi Avrohom Wolowik.The family requests that her husband Rabbi Leibel Wolowik not be told about her passing.The Levaya will take place Friday, passing by World Lubavitch Headquarters 770 Eastern Parkway at 10:30 am.Graveside at old Montefiore Cemetery 121-83 Springfield BLVD in Queens at 11:30 am.Family will be sitting at 748 Central Ave, Woodmere, NY, until Thursday morning. BALTIMORE:Rabbi Avrohom Wolowik (914.960.2888) will return Tuesday at 6:00PM to Baltimore to complete the Shiva at 7201 Denberg Rd, Baltimore, MD 21209. Mincha at 8:00PM Maariv: Tuesday and Wednesday - 8:45 PM Shacharis: Wednesday an...
Baltimore, MD - May 16, 2022 - 3:45PM - A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued until 9:00PM EDT tonight by the National Weather Service for Baltimore MD/Washington DC.
Baltimore, MD - May 16, 2022 - 2:24PM - The following was just issued by the CEO and Board Chair of the JCC of Baltimore:
Dear JCC Friends,
This past Saturday morning, the JCC received an antisemitic email bomb threat. The JCC in St Louis also received a similar one and both threats were received via website forms and were consistent in language with those at other JCCs in the last several months. Each were deemed by law enforcement to be non-credible.
Our leadership team were immediately in touch with our security consultants and local law enforcement of Baltimore County and City who quickly came on site at both our Owings Mills and Park Heights campuses and followed the recommended protocols.
In consultation with the County Police, the decision was made to evacuate ...
Budapest, May 16 - Some 200 Jewish teenagers from 16 European countries gathered in Budapest this past weekend (13-15.05) for Shabbat Across Europe. The three-day international event was organized by CTeen, The Chabad Teen Network, together with EMIH - the Association of Hungarian Jewish Communities. Over the course of the weekend, participants visited Budapest’s historic and Jewish sites in a celebration of unity, togetherness, and Jewish identity. Teens from Austria, Slovakia, Germany, France, Sweden – even Ukraine and Turkey – traveled to Budapest with their local rabbis, rebbetzins, and youth leaders. Among the highlights were visits to Buda Castle, and the historic synagogues in the old Jewish district. The teenagers brou...
Joel Friedman, Director of Public Affairs at the Pinter Trust said;
“The JPR’s research gives a clear picture of the future of global Jewry and shows that, despite the ongoing challenges, Torah observant Jewry is strong and growing. It is therefore important that the community has a voice on matters of relevance. Through the Pinter Trust, which is led and endorsed by Rabbinic authorities, we seek to proactively engage with stakeholders across the country giving them an accurate and reliable insight into the thriving UK Charedi community”
The Pinter Trust is endorsed by the leading Charedi Rabbinic authorities from across the community in London, Manchester, Gateshead and Essex. The Trust seeks to provide an authentic voice for the Charedi community...
Chief Rabbi of Israel David Lau issued a call on Jewish worshipers to obey the instructions of the security forces during the annual Lag B'Omer celebrations on Mount Meron on Wednesday night,
Rabbi Lau said, "Last year there was a great disaster for the people of Israel in the holy place when we mourned the loss of 45 people, something that naturally could have been prevented, but this is a decree that was decreed from on hight and we accept it with love. This year, the security forces want to conduct themselves in a special way nd they are trying to allow the people of Israel to reach Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai's grave safely."
The chief rabbi added: "It is important to remember that it is possible to connect to Rabbi Shimon's teachings also by studying his teachings and cer...
The trial of former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann is set to begin Monday morning as Special Counsel John Durham’s yearslong investigation into the origins of the Trump-Russia probe finally lands in court.
Sussmann is charged with making a false statement and has pleaded not guilty.
The trial is set to begin at 9 a.m. in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia with jury selection and U.S. District Court Judge Christopher Cooper presiding.
Durham alleges Sussmann told FBI General Counsel James Baker in September 2016 — less than two months before the 2016 presidential election — that he was not doing work "for any client" when Sussman requested and attended a meeting where he presented "purported data and ‘whit...
What: Afternoon thunderstorms
Where: Most of Maryland
When: Noon to 6 p.m.
Impacts: Heavy thunderstorms that may include damaging wind, hail and even isolated tornadoes are expected.
SCHOOLS: Anne Arundel County Public Schools have canceled all school-sponsored after-school activities for Monday, including evening high school classes and extended day Performing and Visual Arts magnet programs. All schools will dismiss on time.
Baltimore County Public Schools have canceled after-school and evening activities for Monday. All school and community activities in school buildings are canceled. All child-care programs are canceled. The Extended Day Learning Program (EDLP) will meet virtually.
Howard County Public Schools are closing three hours early due to impendin...
White House chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci on Sunday said if former President Trump wins the presidency again in 2024, Fauci will not return to serve Trump in the White House.
Fauci, the chief medical adviser to President Biden, gave CNN’s Jim Acosta a plain “no” when asked if he would work with the 45th president again.
“If you look at the history of what the response was during the administration, I think, you know, at best, you can say it wasn’t optimal,” Fauci said. “History will speak for itself about that.”
Trump has strongly suggested his intent to run in 2024 but has not formally announced a presidential bid.
Fauci, who also heads the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, publicly crossed Trump...
Maryland's gas prices continue rising and setting records for a cost per gallon, as the average price at the pump hit $4.47 for a gallon of regular gas, according to AAA. The new statewide average jumped six cents from a week ago, setting another record high.
In Maryland, AAA reported the average price for regular gasoline Monday was $4.471, the highest-ever recorded average. That average is up from $4.45 on Sunday, $4.40 a week ago, $3.68 a month ago, and $3.06 a year ago.
Diesel set a record Sunday for the average price per gallon of $5.94.
The national average price for regular gas is $4.48 for a gallon of gas.
'In our eyes, they need to be deported,' says Finance Minister Avigdor Lieberman
Israel's Prime Minister Naftali Bennett reportedly told his government to look into the option of demolishing the homes of Arab-Israeli terrorists and deporting families of terrorists to Gaza.
Justice Minister Gideon Sa'ar recommended demolishing the homes of Arab-Israeli terrorists during a security cabinet meeting on Sunday.
Sa'ar also proposed deporting the families of terrorists from the West Bank to the Gaza Strip, Army Radio reported.
Members of the cabinet expressed opposition to the recommendation that the Justice Minister claims is "necessary."
Israel's Finance Minister Avigdor Lieberman told Army Radio on Monday...
Two arrests were made after a fan of rival team Burnley FC was filmed making Nazi salutes during a home game against the Tottenham Hotspurs in London, England on Sunday.
A man in the visiting team area of the stands was filmed performing the antisemitic gesture while the man next to him pretended to cry in the direction of the Tottenham fans.
The men were removed from the stadium and then arrested by police, charged with a racially aggravated public order offence and placed in custody.
Commenting on the footage which quickly spread on social media, fans called the actions of the two men “shameful” and “disgusting,” with many calling for the two accused to be banned for life by the team.
"The club can confirm two visiting supporters have been identified and arres...
Amid the relentless violence in Baltimore, calls are growing louder for extra help.
Even city leaders are now saying more state intervention is needed. FOX45 spoke with a law enforcement expert on how this could save lives.
In just the last week the city saw a pregnant woman and her unborn baby targeted. City violence ripping the child's life apart before it even began.
The senseless violence has some asking what is the breaking point?
"Nobody wants to keep responding to someone being shot or a pregnant woman and a child being shot," says former FBI agent Dr. Tyrone Powers.
Doctors at Johns Hopkins made an emergency delivery of the baby Thursday. The child is fighting for its life.
At the shooting scene in east Baltimore that claimed the life of the baby's mother and father...
Baltimore City Council President Nick Mosby and Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby's joint legal defense fund website is not currently in operation. The webpage displays a statement "maintenance mode on " with no other options available on the site.
A Donorbox site apparently connected to the Mosbys (donorboxorg/the-mosby-s-2021-trust) is also down. It displays an error indicating the page is not available.
FOX45 News has reached out to the city council president for comment.
The change comes after Thursday's ruling from the Baltimore City Ethics Board that found Nick Mosby violated rules regarding a legal defense fund created to help him and his wife, Marilyn Mosby, to offset the cost of legal fees during a federal investigation.
The U.S. death toll from COVID-19 hit 1 million on Monday, a once-unimaginable figure that only hints at the multitudes of loved ones and friends staggered by grief and frustration.
The confirmed number of dead is equivalent to a 9/11 attack every day for 336 days. It is roughly equal to how many Americans died in the Civil War and World War II combined. It's as if Boston and Pittsburgh were wiped out.
"It is hard to imagine a million people plucked from this earth," said Jennifer Nuzzo, who leads a new pandemic center at the Brown University School of Public Health in Providence, Rhode Island. "It's still happening and we are letting it happen."
Some of those left behind say they cannot return to normal. They replay their loved ones' voicemail messages. Or watch old vide...