A group of prominent American security advisers, including five with ties to President Barrack Obama’s first term, warned on Wednesday that a deal on curbing Iran’s nuclear program was at risk of failing to provide adequate safeguards.4
Charges against Maryland parents who allowed their children to walk home from a park alone have been dropped by Child Protective Services.
An Israeli farmer died at the Assaf Harofeh Medical Center after being found severely beaten in a field.
Actor Shia LaBeouf was treated in a hospital after suffering a head injury when a stunt went wrong while he was filming in North Dakota, his publicist said on Wednesday.
A shroud of uncertainty hangs over Wednesday’s meeting when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets Donald Trump as president for the first time.
Fans of the hit 1990s television show “Seinfeld” can lounge on comedian Jerry Seinfeld’s battered sofa and reminisce about their favorite episodes in a pop-up, real-life replica of his iconic apartment on New York’s Upper West Side.
For the first time, a woman has been appointed to lead the Jewish community of Rome.
Anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders on Wednesday aired cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad on Dutch television that were drawn at a cartoon competition in Texas that was attacked by two gunmen in May.
French lawmakers voted on Wednesday to create a $60-million fund to compensate Holocaust victims deported by French state rail firm SNCF to Nazi concentration camps in a move also intended to protect the company from future U.S. litigation.
Janet Hadda, who has died at the age of 69, was the first tenured professor of Yiddish in the US and started UCLA’s Yiddish program. She was the author of “Isaac Bashevis Singer: A Life” and “Passionate Women and Passive Men.”4
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