Palestinian Marathoner Nader Masri Still Hopes To Run

    Kicking up dust on the back roads of northern Gaza within sight of the Israeli fence that seals off the enclave, Olympic athlete Nader Al-Masri is still training, despite being barred from competing in his people’s largest sporting event.

    Teachers File U.S. Complaint Against Philadelphia Day School Over Union Ouster

    The American Federation of Teachers has filed an unfair labor practices complaint against the board of suburban Philadelphia’s Perelman Jewish Day School.

    Naftali Bennett Calls for Settlement Annexation

    A senior Israeli minister has urged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to annex a swathe of Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank, saying peace talks with the Palestinians were dead.

    Lawmakers and Activists Stage 'Hunger Seder'

    Congress members, White House delegates and representatives of Jewish social service agencies spoke out against hunger at the National Hunger Seder in Washington, D.C.

    Anne Frank Sapling Coming to Washington

    A sapling taken from the tree that grew outside the attic where teen Holocaust diarist Anne Frank was hidden will be planted at the U.S. Capitol.