U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders outraised rival Hillary Clinton in February but spent at a faster pace, leaving him with less money, the Washington Post reported on Sunday.
The family of philanthropist Lewis Katz, who died in a private plane crash in Massachusetts, has filed a wrongful death suit in Boston against the plane’s manufacturer.
A second officer of Oxford University’s Labour Club has resigned after leveling discrimination charges.
The mayor of the Boston suburb that has been the scene of several anti-Semitic incidents in recent weeks has announced a series of initiatives to “ensure an accepting and welcoming environment” for students, residents and visitors.
A bill that would bar Conservative and Reform conversions from public ritual baths violates Israeli constitutional law, the country’s attorney general said.
The mayor of Athens signed a declaration against anti-Semitism, joining 60 other European mayors to have inked the American Jewish Committee’s initiative.
Vanderbilt University has named a new scholarship in honor of the graduate student killed in a terrorist stabbing attack in Tel Aviv earlier this month.
Anti-Semitic and homophobic messages were written on the walls of a student dormitory at Brown University.
An Illinois state agency named 11 companies barred from doing business with the state for boycotting Israel or its settlements, the first such designation by an official U.S. body.
With 18,000 delegates, hundreds of breakout sessions, and dozens of keynote speakers, one issue dominated the chatter at AIPAC’s annual policy conference over the weekend: Donald Trump.16
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