A prosecutor who accused Argentina’s president of trying to derail the investigation into a 1994 bombing, and who died in mysterious circumstances on Sunday, was misled to believe there was a conspiracy to whitewash the crime, the government said on Wednesday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has agreed to address Congress on Iran. So why didn’t he inform President Obama about his visit to Washington?17
Facing a continuing financial crunch, Conservative Judaism’s congregational arm plans to soon sell its two-story Manhattan headquarters.
Trump Republicans want preachers to be able to endorse candidates from the pulpit. But given how liberal churches are becoming more politically active, that move may backfire.
An Orthodox Jewish man is suing the New York Police Department for anti-Semitic harassment that he says compelled him to quit his job as a cop.
A notebook about mathematics and computer science written by Nazi-code breaker Alan Turing, played by actor Benedict Cumberbatch in the Oscar-nominated film “The Imitation Game,” will be sold at auction, Bonhams auction house said on Wednesday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accepted an invitation on Wednesday to address a joint meeting of the U.S. Congress on Feb. 11, an official in his office said.
Simcha Rotem, who fought in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, is protesting against the placement of a monument to Righteous Gentiles in the former ghetto.
Jihadists arrested last year in Lyon were planning to carry out a terrorist attack at a Jewish group’s conference about anti-Semitism, a French newspaper reported.
President Obama said in his State of the Union address that he will veto any new Iran sanctions.
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