Wondering if we are alone in the universe has engaged minds through the ages. Add to the list Russian billionaire Yuri Milner, who announced on Monday that he plans to spend $100 million to explore the idea.
President Barack Obama’s administration sent a nuclear agreement with Tehran to Congress on Sunday and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged U.S. lawmakers to reject a deal he said would only feed an “Iranian terror machine.”
Two Jerusalem Rabbinical Court officials are under investigation for allegedly asking for and receiving bribes from a father in a custody case.
An Israeli advocacy NGO has asked Israel’s Supreme Court to protect women’s rights at the mikvah, or ritual bath.
The Missouri white supremacist charged with murdering three people at two Jewish sites in suburban Kansas City last year told a court that the killings were necessary and his “right.”
U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter will visit Israel on the first leg of a trip to three Middle Eastern nations.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, continuing his attack on the Iran nuclear deal, said the agreement has not changed Iran’s policy of calling for armed struggle against Israel and the United States.
Israeli security forces arrested a Hamas terrorist cell suspected of a West Bank shooting attack that left one Israeli civilian dead.
Buckingham Palace scolded Rupert Murdoch’s top-selling Sun tabloid for publishing a film from 1933 that appears to show Britain’s Queen Elizabeth performing a Nazi salute as a young girl.7
“Wild Tales” by Jewish Argentinian director Damian Szifron won Best Movie at the second annual “Premios Platino,” the equivalent of the Oscars for Iberoamerica, made up of Spain, Portugal and Latin America.
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