Hungary Jews Reject State Money for Holocaust Anniversary Events

    Several Jewish organizations in Hungary as a form of protest will not accept government grants for memorial events marking the 70th anniversary of the Holocaust.

    George Clooney Vows To Use 'Monuments Men' in Push on Looted Art

    For the most ambitious of his five films as director, George Clooney assembled a top-shelf cast of fellow actors to play art experts tasked with retrieving artistic treasure stolen by the Germans during World War Two.

    Eyal Golan 'Sex With Girls' Charge Dropped

    The case against Israeli singer Eyal Golan for allegedly having sex with minors was closed due to a lack of evidence.

    Is New York Anti-Boycott Bill in Trouble?

    The New York State Senate overwhelmingly passed a bill intended to prohibit colleges from using any state money to fund groups that boycott Israeli universities.

    90-Year-Old 'Auschwitz Guard' Probed for War Crimes

    Croatian authorities are investigating a 90-year-old man suspected of committing war crimes as an SS soldier and guard at the Auschwitz death camp.