A celebrity-studded crowd turned out on Wednesday to mourn Philadelphia Inquirer co-owner and philanthropist Lewis Katz, who was killed in a weekend plane crash.
Secretary of State John Kerry said on Wednesday the United States would work with the new Palestinian unity government “as we need to” but would be monitoring its commitment to continued cooperation with Israel.10
The French national suspected of having shot three people dead in the Jewish Museum in Brussels last month refused on Wednesday to be extradited from France to Belgium, prosecutors and his lawyer said.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a likely Democratic presidential contender, said she has “moved on” from the scandal surrounding her husband President Bill Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky.5
Jane Eisner envies voters in Iowa and New Hampshire, whose voices actually count during primary season. How can we change the system so that Jews’ and other minorities’ voices count, too?
Presbyterians are considering Israel divestment measures at a key meeting. If they support the move, it could damage ties with Jews.
A volunteer driver taking a cancer patient to a chemotherapy appointment was cited by Brooklyn police — for driving an illegal cab.
The brakes of a private jet crashed as it tried to take off on Saturday, killing Lewis Katz and six other people near Boston, had been applied at the time of the accident, a U.S. transportation official said on Tuesday.
Jewish Guide Eitan Green Among Hikers Killed on Mt. Rainier
Alexander Shulgin, who over the course of 40 years of scientific research created some 200 psychedelic compounds, earning the nickname “Godfather of ecstasy” for his pioneering work with the drug, has died at the age of 88.
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