Louis ‘Red’ Klotz

    Red Klotz, Perennial Loser to Harlem Globetrotters, Dies at 93

    Louis “Red” Klotz, the driving force behind the team that served as the foil for the Harlem Globetrotters, has died.

    Pro-Israel Student Wins California Regents Board Election After Fierce Debate

    A student with strong ties to Israel was appointed to the governing council of the University of California Wednesday amid debate similar to that which arose last year after the Board of Regents chose a Muslim student active in Palestinian causes.

    Israel Tech Firms Score $1B in Investment Cash

    Israeli high-tech firms raised $930 million in the second quarter of 2014, the sector’s strongest quarter in more than a decade.

    Israel Accepts Temporary Humanitarian Gaza Truce

    Israel on Wednesday agreed to a proposed six-hour cessation of hostilities in the Gaza Strip for humanitarian reasons, a Israeli senior official told Reuters.

    Paris Police Hope To Ban Pro-Palestinian Rally

    Paris police recommended that the city forbid pro-Palestinian activists from going ahead with plans to hold a massive anti-Israel protest.