California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a measure that requires companies doing business with the state to certify that they do not boycott or discriminate against any sovereign state, including Israel.
The brother of former Democratic candidate for president Bernie Sanders is running for Britain’s Parliament.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu apologized for remarks which seemed to compare the suffering of the family of the family of a soldier on trial for manslaughter and the parents of fallen soldiers.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is meeting with the U.S. presidential nominees from the major parties, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
The Rabbinical Council of America will mandate its member rabbis to require couples to sign a prenuptial agreement ensuring that husbands will not withhold a get.
Israel’s Chief Rabbinate recently refused to recognize conversions that were authorized by the chief judge of the largest Orthodox rabbinical court in the United States.
Team Israel rallied for four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning and went on to defeat Great Britain, 5-2, in its opener of the World Baseball Classic qualifying tournament on Thursday night.
Eric Schneiderman said Donald Trump “opened the door” to anti-Semitic rhetoric in reaction to Schneiderman’s probe into Trump’s activities.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio called an explosion on the West Side of Manhattan that injured at least 29 people “intentional” but not terrorist in nature.
An Israeli soldier was stabbed and moderately injured outside the West Bank settlement of Efrat.