For Ex-Orthodox, More Than a Game

Sports is often forbidden among the ultra-Orthodox. So for young people who leave the community, simply kicking a ball in the park is a serious act of rebellion.


A Caterpillar Divestment Victory?

A victory celebrated by supporters of the movement to boycott, divest, and sanction Israel, could be significantly overstated.


Miami Murder Money Hunt Heats Up

The courtroom doors have slammed shut on Narcy Novack, the ex-stripper who set up her Miami hotel heir husband’s murder. But can she still get her hands on his $10 million?

Egypt Aid Under Fire Over Power Grab

Some want to cut American aid to Egypt to punish the military for its recent power grab. But advocates for Israel oppose the move, citing the historic link between aid to the two states.


Four Charged With $500K Abuse Payoff

After months complaining about the resistance of ultra-Orthodox Jews to cooperate in child sex abuse cases, Brooklyn’s District Attorney has made four arrests for witness tampering.

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