Trove Up for Grabs as Library Slims Down

The American Jewish Committee has given away thousands of books, documents and pamphlets as it pares down its research library. Need a copy of ‘Who’s Who of Jewry, 1965’?


Romney Trashes Two-State Solution in Video

Mitt Romney slammed the two-state approach to the Middle East conflict in his now-infamous hidden camera video, saying ‘there’s just no way’ to talk peace with the Palestinians.


Egypt Unrest Undermines Welcome to Business

Hungry for investment, Egypt welcomed a big American business delegation. But days later, anti-Western riots tore across the country, underlining questions about stability.


Changing Face of Brighton Beach

Brooklyn’s Brighton Beach is known as the heart of the Jewish community from the former Soviet Union. Newcomers from Central Asia are transforming the neighborhood.

Settlements Keep Growing Despite Migron Setback

The evacuation of the illegal West Bank outpost of Migron is barely a blip in the growth of Jewish settlements. They’re getting bigger than ever, and settlers vow to keep on expanding.

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