Conservative U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, 79, has died, Texas Governor Greg Abbott said.4
The death of Justice Antonin Scalia on Saturday means that the normally nine-member U.S. Supreme Court will probably be down to eight when it rules on such divisive issues as abortion, immigration, affirmative action and the power of public-sector unions.
Poland’s Justice Ministry is working on a bill that will press charges for the use of the term “Polish death camps.”13
In a move that Holocaust restitution experts called precedent setting, Serbia’s parliament passed a law offering compensation for Jewish property seized during and after the Holocaust without heirs.
What is The Jerusalem Post thinking by inviting Sebastian Gorka to speak at a forthcoming conference?
Billionaire businessman and philanthropist David Rubenstein has donated $18.5 million to repair and restore the Lincoln Memorial.
A New York state legislator is calling on all state districts to avoid using an educational publisher whose videos inaccurately depict Judaism.4
Israel is denying reports that it plans to withdraw a former settler leader as its proposed ambassador to Brazil.33
The Islamic State cannot be defeated until the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is resolved, Jordan’s king said.98
The U.S. Senate unanimously approved a resolution urging Iran to fulfill its pledge to help find Robert Levinson, a Jewish American who went missing in Iran in 2007.
The Obama administration said it does not support the portion of a new trade law that requires actions against entities that boycott goods manufactured in lands the United States does not recognize as belonging to Israel.29
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