Israel’s Interior Ministry agreed to allow an African-American family of 13 that converted to Judaism to become Israeli citizens.
The Hasidic Belz sect of Britain has barred women members from driving.
George Washington University has canceled the suspension of a student who displayed a swastika on the bulletin board of a campus dormitory.
Actress Natalie Portman told Harvard University seniors to use their inexperience as an asset in their future endeavors.
The Dutch education ministry distanced itself from a textbook that contained statements deemed anti-Israeli.
Secretary of State John Kerry will address the American Jewish Committee’s annual Washington conference just weeks before a deadline on an Iran nuclear deal.
A record-breaking heat wave in Israel has sparked forest fires, caused flight delays and prompted a sharp increase in reported cases of dehydration and fainting.
Rabbi Byron Sherwin, a Jewish scholar and ethicist who served on the faculty of Chicago’s Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership for more than 40 years, has died.
A Hungarian citizen was arrested in Budapest after shouting anti-Semitic curses at an Israeli diplomat.
The Ethiopian-Israeli soldier whose beating by police officers sparked violent protests has filed a lawsuit against the Israel Police.