Israel Says Paris Attacks Prove Its Point About Terror — But Europe Disagrees

Israelis say the Paris terror attacks should push Europe to realize it is in a common fight against Islamic extremism. Unfortunately, Europe doesn’t seem to feel the same way.


As Releaase Nears, Jonathan Pollard Shielded From Public Embrace He Once Sought

Jonathan Pollard spent three decades seeking public support for his fight to win freedom. Now that he is finally nearing release, the convicted spy’s family and supporters are trying to shield him from public attention.


When Israel Demolishes a Palestinian Home, Does It Deter Terror or Encourage It?

In light of the upsurge of terror attacks, the Israeli government is resuming its practice of destroying terrorist’s homes. But a recent example suggests that the controversial tactic may backfire. Here’s why.


Trial Shows How Far Kingmaker Sheldon Silver Has Fallen

Former N.Y. State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver once tossed government grants worth millions to favored groups. His corruption trial marks the end of an era in Albany.


Syria Refugee Crisis Spurs Surge of Giving

With 12 million Syrians forced from their homes in the past four years, the refugee crisis has hit levels not seen since World War II.

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