President Obama’s visit to Israel will focus on Syria and Iran, and he will not initiate new peace moves, the White House said.
Rabbi Menachem Elon, a former Israeli Supreme Court justice and an Israel Prize winner, has died.
Monopoly fans have voted to make a cat the newest token in the popular board game, replacing the not-so-hot iron, toymaker Hasbro Inc said on Wednesday.
Mark Hetfield was named president and CEO of HIAS, the global migration agency of the American Jewish community.
Jane Eisner envies voters in Iowa and New Hampshire, whose voices actually count during primary season. How can we change the system so that Jews’ and other minorities’ voices count, too?
The Orthodox Union board reportedly has opted for a consensus candidate, Martin Nachimson, to avert a showdown over its presidency.
A correspondent for the Financial Times apologized for suggesting that Israel may have bribed Bulgaria to frame Hezbollah.
Israel risks sleepwalking into a crisis with its allies over relentless settlement-building in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem unless it realises that the international anger is genuine and adjusts its course.3
Ukraine’s three most generous philanthropists are all Jewish, according to a local business magazine.
Silvio Berlusconi and his brother Paolo are getting heat over maverick Italy striker Mario Balotelli, with one accused of racism and the other of signing him for their club AC Milan only to win votes in this month’s national election.
The convicted killer of Chandra Levy is set to appear at a court hearing amid questions about the sensational 2001 killing of the Jewish congressional intern.
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