Jonathan Pollard Drama Ends With Whimper — Will Parole Spark New Fight?

The Jonathan Pollard saga, a spy novel drama that lasted three decades and sowed suspicion between two allies, ended unceremoniously with the opening of a door in the middle of a dark night in North Carolina.


Conservative Judaism Seeks To Rebrand Itself — But as What?

Conservative Judaism is at a crossroads.


Aly Raisman Sets Her Sights on 2016 Olympics in Rio

Once the music started playing — not the “Hava Nagila” tune that made her the Jewish poster child of the London Games, but something equally folksy — Aly Raisman tumbled right out of bounds. On her first bit of gymnastics at her comeback World Championships here last month, she had quickly incurred a major setback.

8 Heartbreaking Pictures of Slain Teen Ezra Schwartz

Ezra Schwartz was just 18 years old when he was killed this Thursday in a shooting attack in the West Bank.


Ezra Schwartz Recalled for Big Heart and Love of Israel

Ezra Schwartz was remembered as a great friend, a good athlete and a practical joker who almost always had a smile on his face. But most of all, friends of the Massachusetts teen slain by terrorists recalled his powerful bond with Israel.

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