Nehanyahu Finds 'Common Ground' With Secretary Clinton

Prime Minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu met with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Jerusalem on Tuesday, saying following their meeting that he had “found common ground with Clinton in attaining the common goals of our two countries.”

Amnesty Report Adds to Calls for Arms Embargo of Israel and Hamas

In a report lambasting Israel’s conduct during its recent military offensive in Gaza, Amnesty International, one of the world’s most widely recognized human rights groups, has called on the United Nations Security Council to impose an arms embargo on the Jewish state.

In Downsizing Economy, Is There a Jewish Way To Lay Off?

Behind the headlines about the massive layoffs sweeping the Jewish world are experiences like that of Rochelle Mancini.

Israel Watches Carefully As U.S. Engages Iran

The Obama administration is moving ahead on its push to engage Iran, nearly concluding a review of its policies toward that country, and naming veteran Middle East diplomat Dennis Ross as a special adviser.

Social Activism, Modern Orthodox-Style

It was a typical crowd for a Yeshiva University student event: long skirts and long sleeves for the girls, yarmulkes and tzitzis for the boys.