Israel’s Cabinet unanimously approved a five-year, $3.84 billion plan to improve infrastructure in Arab-Israeli and other minority communities.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, facing calls for his resignation after a series of fatal police shootings, announced major changes on Wednesday in how city police respond to crises situations.
A New York company is preparing to market what it says is the world’s first kosher-certified marijuana.9
Israeli security officials are increasingly concerned about the threat of large-scale terror attacks by ISIS.
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
Israel has run out of space in its detention center designated for migrants and asylum seekers who have entered the country without documentation.
Britain’s Royal Mail announced it will issue a commemorative stamp featuring Sir Nicholas Winton, known as the “British Schindler,” in March.
Since being imprisoned in Cuba six years ago, Alan Gross says his life has been “surreal.”
The Women of the Wall group vowed to continue reading from the Torah in the women’s section of the Kotel in the wake of a report that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised haredi Orthodox parties that it still would not be allowed.
The Anti-Defamation League’s Cleveland office called on the U.S. Justice Department to “deepen its investigation” of the Tamir Rice case after a grand jury failed to indict two city police officers involved in the fatal shooting of the 12-year-old African-American boy.
The issue of torture in Israel has received unusual attention in recent weeks because of the identity of the alleged victims.4
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