Tel Aviv’s city council has approved an amendment that would allow a limited number of grocery and convenience stores to remain open on Shabbat and holidays.4
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday considers whether business owners can object on religious grounds to a provision of President Barack Obama’s healthcare law that requires employers to provide health insurance that covers birth control.12
Sheldon Adelson will host a dinner featuring former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush on the eve of a conference of the Republican Jewish Coalition.3
Albert Schwartz, whose experience liberating a concentration camp in World War Two led him to join the fight to end discrimination in his home of El Paso, Texas, after the war, died over the weekend. He was 94.
Yad Vashem has decided not to participate in a project to build a Nazi occupation museum in Hungary.
A Jewish emergency medical service is receiving flak for failing to report a hit-and-run to the New York Police Department last week.7
Jewish philanthropist Tad Taube will be stepping down this year from his longtime post as president of the Koret Foundation.
The body of Peretz Sontag, a missing Orthodox father of seven, was found inside his car in a ravine in an upstate New York park.
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