Israel Goes Mad for Hoops Champions — But Few Israelis Make Cut

Israel can’t stop cheering since Maccabi Tel Aviv won Europe’s basketball title. The thrill ride came despite the fact the stars are mostly foreigners, including black Americans.


French Jews, Irked by Poor Economy and Anti-Semitism, Give Israel New Look

When Daniel, a Jewish small business-owner, first raised the idea of leaving France eight years ago, parents and friends talked him out of taking the leap. Now, he says, even some of them are considering the move themselves.

Prince Charles Tells Holocaust Survivor That Vladimir Putin 'Same' as Hitler

Russia criticized Britain’s Prince Charles on Thursday over reports that he likened President Vladimir Putin to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler for annexing part of Ukraine.


Jewish Groups Push Back in Fight for Divestment From Fossil Fuel Companies

Young environmentalists are pushing for divestment from fossil fuel companies. They are getting fierce pushback from Jewish groups, which fear the use of the tactic against Israel.


Hillary Clinton Seeks To Stake Out Subtle Distance From White House on Israel

Hillary Clinton is laying the groundwork for a possible White House run by backing President Obama — while gingerly suggesting she would be a more reliably pro-Israel president.

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