Chicago White Sox third baseman Kevin Youkilis said he will play for Israel at the World Baseball Classic.
Limmud programs across the United States are collaborating to create a new partnership for learning and professional development with Jewish education leaders across the continent.
Two Torah scrolls, one complete and one incomplete, were found in Poland’s Sokolow Podlaski district.
The chief rabbi of Lyon, Richard Wertenschlag, has received a letter threatening to “punish a Jew for every complaint the Jews make on TV.”
Thanks to Republican candidate Ben Carson, Article VI of the Constitution has been rescued from obscurity. Jane Eisner explains why she’s so obsessed with this 20-word phrase.
South Africa has adopted a regulation to prevent the labeling of goods from the West Bank as being produced in Israel.
Jerusalem’s identity is Arab, and the city’s Muslim and Christian holy sites must be protected from Israeli threats, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said.
It sounds like a scene from a bizarre round of Clue: the tennis judge, in the living room, with the coffee cup.
The head of the UN nuclear watchdog said on Wednesday he was not confident there would be a breakthrough with Iran over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear activities when talks resume later this week.
The Orthodox Jewish school in Melbourne embroiled in a child sex abuse scandal apologized “unreservedly” to the victims.
Hungary’s government has condemned anti-Semitic chants by soccer fans at a recent match in Budapest, but signaled it would not prosecute them.
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