Mary McGowan Davis discusses U.N. report on possible Gaza war crimes.

U.N. Judge Warns Israel It Crossed Line by Bombing Gaza Civilians

Mary McGowan Davis, the American judge who led the independent United Nations probe into the events of last summer’s war in Gaza, said the main message committee members wanted to transmit is that Israel must reexamine its policy of using its military might against civilians, because it led to unprecedented destruction in Gaza and to the killing of about 1,500 innocents.

Could Russ Feingold Lead Democrats Back to Senate Win?

Russ Feingold is planning to run for his old Senate seat from Wisconsin. And Democrats see the liberal stalwart as their best chance to turn the U.S. Senate back to blue.

				Touro Synagogue was designed by Peter Harrison, the celebrated colonial architect and Newport resident.

America's Oldest Synagogue Wrestles With Court Battle — and Its Own Decline

Touro Synagogue, a 450-year-old congregation in Newport, Rhode Island, is fighting two wars. One is against Congregation Shearith Israel of New York. The other is against its community’s demise.

				Dylann Storm Roof

Charleston Jews Join Vigil For Church Shooting Victims

The brutal shooting of nine people at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on Wednesday night rocked Charleston’s Jewish community.

Netanyahu Rejects Attack on Reform Judaism by Shas Minister

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected comments attributed to the country’s religious services minister in which he attacked Reform Judaism.