J Street Fails Badly in Bid for Admission to Presidents Conference

J Street leader Jeremy Ben-Ami blasted the Presidents Conference as ‘unrepresentative’ after the dovish group’s bid for admission failed by an unexpected 22-to-17 margin.


Construction Worker Kendal Felix Charged in Menachem Stark Murder

Police have charged a construction worker with the kidnap-murder of Brooklyn Hasidic businessman Menachem Stark. They say he confessed to the crime, which was a botched robbery.


'Stumbling Blocks' Cobblestone Memorials to Murdered Jews Spread in Berlin

Veronika Houboi watched as a man in a cowboy hat and clogs wielded a sledge hammer to smash up and remove a dozen small cobblestones from a Berlin pavement.

John Kerry Hopes To Resume Quixotic Mideast Peace Push After 'Pause'

Despite having nothing to show for nine months of intensive Mideast diplomacy, John Kerry still believes the two sides will return to the table soon. Not everyone shares his optimism.


Israel Divestment Growing Issue on Campus — But BDS Victories Are Few

On campus after campus, student government meetings to discuss divestment resolutions have been heated affairs often stretching into the night. But with only a couple exceptions, student governments this academic year have rejected divestment measures.

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