This week’s New Yorker cover taps into the visual similarities between two very different types of Brooklyn dwellers: Hasidic Jews and hipsters.
Construction workers in Gaza have discovered ancient ruins that archaeologists say may be part of a Byzantine church dating from around 1,500 years ago, the Palestinian tourism and antiquities ministry said on Monday.5
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders asserted in an interview that he did not compare Donald Trump to Hitler during a campaign rally over the weekend in Wisconsin.
House Speaker Paul Ryan led a bipartisan delegation of U.S. congressmen who met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem.
Meir Ettinger, the suspected head of a right-wing Jewish terrorist cell who is being held in administrative detention, will not be furloughed to attend his son’s circumcision.
Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump skipped his new grandson’s bris to continue campaigning in Wisconsin.19
The historic agreement to allow egalitarian prayer at the Western Wall is in danger of collapse after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu caved to ultra-Orthodox demands to reopen negotiations on the sensitive deal.10
Democrats are making inching progress in their battle to win confirmation for Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland.
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