Tzipi Livni Faces Uncertain Future as Peace Negotiator in Government of Hardliners

Tzipi Livni is supposed to be in charge of the peace process. But most of the Israeli coalition government opposes new talks and has misgivings about the two-state solution.

Jewish Gun Control Backers Plan New Push

Jewish gun control advocates are still smarting from their dramatic defeat in the Senate. But they have a plan to revive the measure, which most Americans support.


Slain Boston Bomb Suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev Eyed in Jewish Triple Murder

Police in a Boston suburb are investigating whether slain Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was involved in the unsolved murders of his close friend and two other men, one of whom was a Brandeis University graduate and the other a devout Jew.


Orthodox Town of Lakewood Grabs Bigger Computer Subsidy Than Poorest Cities

The Orthodox town of Lakewood is far from New Jersey’s biggest or poorest locality. So how did it snag more money from a federal computer subsidy than Newark or Jersey City?


Natan Sharansky's Kotel Compromise Gives Him New Heft as Liaison to Diaspora

Fresh off his deal on egalitarian prayer at the Western Wall, Natan Sharansky may now have earned a new role as the key interlocutor between Israel and American Jews.

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