A Samsung subsidiary removed online cartoons that showed the Jewish founder of a hedge fund as a vulture with a large beak.
Birthright Israel dedicated a memorial site in northern Israel to Max Steinberg, an American who died fighting for the Jewish state.
A Holocaust refugee-turned-Wall Street financial adviser has been invited to mark her 100th birthday next month by ringing the bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
Newly unsealed court records may provide fodder for those who believe Ethel Rosenberg was wrongly convicted and executed.5
AIPAC called on Congress to reject the Iran nuclear deal, saying it does not meet critical markers that the influential pro-Israel lobby outlined in recent weeks. But the liberal Jewish Middle East lobby J Street announced a multimillion-dollar campaign to support the agreement.25
Democrats in Congress said on Wednesday they were warming to the nuclear agreement with Iran, and Vice President Joe Biden, sent to Capitol Hill to pitch the deal, said he was optimistic it would not be blocked by the majority Republicans who oppose it.3
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