The GOP tax bill eliminates the “Johnson Amendment,” which bans tax-exempt houses of worship from using their resources to support a candidate.
Jerome Powell is the first gentile to run the Federal Reserve in 30 years.
Republican Representative Lee Zeldin said he would not support the tax reform legislation introduced by GOP congressional leaders on Thursday.
Britain endorsed the establishment of a Jewish homeland in the Middle East, triggering a process that would culminate in the creation of Israel.
British street artist Banksy held an “apologetic street party” outside his Walled Off Hotel in the West Bank city of Bethlehem.
A pickup truck driver who shouted “Allah akbar” killed eight people in a terror attack in lower Manhattan.
British police are looking into allegations of sexual assault against Harvey Weinstein from seven women.
This week’s special edition of Time Out Tel Aviv sports an image of an Israeli security barrier so high it blots out the horizon.
“There is American pressure that claims this is about annexation and that this could interfere with the peace process,” said David Bitan of Likud.
Janet Yellen, the current chair of the Federal Reserve, is reportedly still in the running to keep her role.