During last week’s climate summit outside Paris, the 195 delegate countries — including Israel — committed to implementing plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improving their goals every five years. But the historic deal leaves much to be desired, a range of Israeli climate activists, experts and government officials say.3
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called for concrete safety barriers to be installed at hundreds of Jerusalem bus stops after a Palestinian terrorist ranmmed his card into a crowd of Israelis lined up at one.
A New York rabbi who participated in a ring that violently attempted to coerce Jewish men to grant their wives religious divorces has been sentenced to 38 months in prison.4
Norman Lear, 93, didn’t mince words in a recent interview when it came to Donald Trump and the Republican front-runner’s legions of supporters.4
A Hasidic man has been arrested and charged with aggravated assault as a hate crime after allegedly beating up a cross-dressing man outside the Chabad-Lubavitch headquarters in Brooklyn.
A growing majority of Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza support an armed uprising against Israel, reject a two-state solution and want Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to resign.4
A U.S. judge on Monday ordered a federal commission to provide further justification for subjecting former Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard to restrictive probation conditions following his release last month from prison after 30 years.
An Israeli reserve military officer was detained in the United Kingdom over accusations of war crimes.
New York City cops have reportedly arrested a 14-year-old boy for knocking over a 100-pound menorah at Carl Schurz park, two blocks from the mayor’s Gracie Mansion home.
Itzhak Perlman, the Israeli-born violin virtuoso, was named the third winner of the Genesis Prize.
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