A former employee of the Hillel at the University of Washington threatened to blow up the building with a mix of toxic chemicals.
The health of the U.S. economy and the extraordinary and controversial measures the Federal Reserve has taken to support it will top the agenda on Tuesday when Janet Yellen testifies to lawmakers for the first time as head of the Federal Reserve.
A slain Jewish day school teacher’s aide was reportedly found naked in the basement of her Pittsburgh home along with her sister who was also murdered.
The president of a Staten Island Jewish cemetery is accused of embezzling $2 million — less than a year after his predecessor’s wife admitted to stealing over $1 million.
Jane Eisner outlines the issues that concern her the most as an American Jewish woman, and explains why they should concern all of us as well.
Human rights activists were unsuccessful in their attempt to deliver a letter to the Ugandan embassy in Washington signed by more than 400 rabbis protesting that country’s anti-homosexuality policy.
Abraham H. Foxman will step down from his position as National Director of the Anti-Defamation League next year, ending a 50-year career in Jewish communal service.
An ultra-Orthodox web-filtering company will begin blocking photos and videos sent via the WhatsApp system starting today. Some rabbis have denounced the service as a danger to Jewish life.5
Members of the Jewish community of Sochi and Israeli delegates to the Olympics held a memorial for the 11 Israelis killed by terrorists in Munich at the Summer Games in 1972.
Facebook Inc. founder and Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg and his wife topped a list of the biggest U.S. philanthropic donors in 2013, giving away nearly $1 billion, the Chronicle of Philanthropy said on Monday.
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