A Tel Aviv attorney will be the first openly gay person to serve as a Knesset lawmaker for the right-wing Likud party.
Charges against a Hasidic man accused with four others of beating an African-American man in New York City have been dismissed.3
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, among the Republican presidential candidates close to the pro-Israel community, withdrew from the race for the nomination.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel said Jewish suspects in a July firebombing that killed three Palestinians, including an 18-month-old, have not been tortured despite allegations.
President Trump’s trusted advisers are surely the most unqualified to ever hold such august positions. And the fact that they are the most important Jews in America right now makes it worse.
Andreja Preger, a noted concert pianist who survived the Holocaust as part of Yugoslavia’s anti-Nazi partisans, has died. Preger died on December 18 in Belgrade at the age of 104.
A 31-year-old man was sentenced to four to five years in prison for extorting hundreds of thousands of dollars from a Boston-area rabbi who was having an affair with a male teenager.
The first Jewish chief justice of the highest court in Massachusetts assured Muslims that the state’s judicial system will protect their rights.
An Orthodox Jewish nonprofit that purports to help gay men become heterosexual has been ordered to close.
A Syrian rebel group has claimed responsibility for the airstrike in Damascus that killed a Lebanese Hezbollah leader who spent nearly three decades in an Israeli prison.
A former contractor for the main Jewish hospital in Montreal has been accused of overbilling untold thousands of dollars.
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