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.


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.


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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