Jewish Groups Resume Dialogue With Churches After 2012 Israel Aid Letter Spat

    Leaders of national Jewish groups resumed a dialogue with mainline Christian churches ruptured by a call in 2012 by some Christian leaders to consider cutting U.S. assistance to Israel.

    Stolen Czech Ark Cover Returned to Prague Musuem

    A 19th century parochet, or ark cover, originally from a Czech synagogue was returned to the Prague Jewish Museum.

    Boris Berezovsky Inquest Casts Doubt on Jewish Oligarch Suicide Finding

    A British coroner said on Thursday he could not be sure if exiled Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky killed himself at his former wife’s British home or was the victim of foul play.

    James Schlesinger, Who Served 3 U.S. Presidents, Dies at 85

    James Schlesinger, who served three U.S. presidents, Republican and Democrat alike, in the top posts at the Central Intelligence Agency, Pentagon and Energy Department in the 1970s, died on Thursday at age 85.

    Former Ehud Olmert Bureau Chief Will Testify Against Him in Graft Case

    Ehud Olmert’s former bureau chief Shula Zaken agreed to testify against her ex-boss in the Holyland graft case,