Naomi Zeveloff, Forward deputy culture editor and editor of The Sisterhood, won a Front Page Award in Newspapers with circulation of less than 100,000 by the Newswomen’s Club of New York on November 14..
Montreal’s Jewish General Hospital says it plans to defy Quebec’s controversial Charter of Secular Values.11
A police investigation into sex abuse allegations against Chaim Halpern, a prominent London rabbi, has been dropped.
Hungarian officials questioned the methodology of a survey that showed greater fear of anti-Semitism among Jews in Hungary than in other European countries.
Women are being squeezed from all sides, because men in power see their domination and sense of national identity slipping away, Jane Eisner writes.
President Shimon Peres urged Israelis on Friday to show respect for the United States, seeking to soothe relations with the country’s most powerful ally that have been strained over Iran.
Italian police launched a widespread operation against the neo-Nazi Internet hate organization Stormfront.3
The Central Intelligence Agency declassified documents dealing with the Camp David Accords.
Janet Yellen’s hopes of becoming the first woman to lead the Federal Reserve got a boost on Thursday when she sailed through her Senate confirmation hearing with only mild questioning from some of the Fed’s fiercest Republican critics.
A former aide to President Bush has expressed his discomfort with the fact that his former boss is scheduled to speak to the Messianic Jewish Bible Institute this evening in Dallas, CNN reported on Thursday.
A Jewish family foundation that allocates $30 million per year is narrowing its focus to two issues: inequality and climate change.
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