Another co-conspirator in the scheme that stole approximately $9 million from New York’s Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty was sentenced to prison.
A cache of rare 2,300-year-old gold coins and silver and bronze objects were discovered in a cave in northern Israel.
Any nuclear agreement signed with President Barack Obama could end when he leaves office, a letter to Iran’s leaders signed by 47 Republican senators threatened.9
A prominent European group promoting tolerance honored one of Spain’s leading soccer stars for his efforts to curb racism in sports.
Jane Eisner outlines the issues that concern her the most as an American Jewish woman, and explains why they should concern all of us as well.
Secretary of State John Kerry marked the eighth year since the disappearance of an American Jewish man in Iran with a plea for his safe return.
Palestinian security forces detained dozens of supporters of Hamas in raids across the West Bank overnight, the Islamist group said on Monday, calling it the biggest round-up in years as internal Palestinian tensions rise.
Protesters shouted anti-Israel epithets and threats outside of a South African Zionist Federation event in a Johannesburg suburb.
Charges against four Jewish Ohio University students for disrupting a student senate meeting with a protest against divestment reportedly have been dropped.
The Chief Rabbinate of Israel has issued new kashrut regulations to hotels, significantly reducing rabbinic involvement in matters unrelated to the kosher status of food regarding the behavior of hotels on the Jewish Sabbath.9
The New York Police Department is investigating suspicious activity outside of two Brooklyn synagogues.
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