Stanley Fischer, a former Bank of Israel governor, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as vice chairman of the Federal Reserve.
A rabbi rode a motor scooter to chased down a suspected burglar after spotting him outside of a Palm Beach, Florida Chabad house.
Germany was ordered to pay the heirs of a Jewish department store chain nearly $68 million in restitution and interest for properties confiscated by the Nazis.
Yad Vashem recognized its first Righteous Among the Nations from Peru.
A Matisse painting in the collection of Cornelius Gurlitt in Munich was stolen by the Nazis from its Jewish owner, a German task force confirmed.
An Israeli man has admitted to killing his two American-Israeli children to take revenge on his wife for divorcing him.
Jean-Marie Le Pen denied making anti-Semitic statements on his blog and asked his daughter, Marine Le Pen, to repost the blog on the website of the far-right National Front party which she heads.
An Argentinian neo-Nazi group has received government approval to become a registered political party.
Shelly Sterling on Wednesday was granted a trial next month in Los Angeles to resolve a dispute with her estranged husband Donald Sterling over who controls the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers, leaving its $2 billion sale up in the air.
The Palestinian attorney-general said on Thursday an autopsy has found that a live bullet killed a Palestinian teenager in an incident that a human rights group has termed a possible Israeli war crime.
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