98-Year-Old Red Scare 'Spy' Loses Bid To Clear Name

A 98-year-old retired New Jersey math teacher implicated in a Cold War atomic espionage case lost her bid on Thursday to throw out her conviction, which she called a McCarthy-era injustice.

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Ukraine Jews Wait in Cold for Aid Packages

Several hundred Jews braved sub-freezing temperatures to receive aid packages at the synagogue of the besieged city of Lugansk.

Paris Rape Suspect Borrowed Sugar From Jewish Victims

A suspect in the robbery and rape of a young couple in suburban Paris is a neighbor who borrowed sugar from the victims days before the attack, a lawyer for the victims’ family told French media.

British Lawmakers Push Anti-Israel Sanctions

British lawmakers have called for economic sanctions and boycotts on Israel over its treatment of the Palestinians.

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Arson Attack Shatters Idealism at Jerusalem Mixed School

The Hand in Hand school in Jerusalem presents an almost too-perfect scene in a tense and divided city, where Jews and Arabs do daily business but rarely befriend one other.

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