Yoshiyahu Yosef Pinto, the powerful Israeli rabbi, has faced major legal setbacks in court rulings on both sides of the Atlantic this week.4
A three-family Brooklyn house was vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti, including swastikas and the words “Hitler was a hero” scrawled on the door.
The Vatican newspaper has criticized French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo for depicting God as a Kalashnikov-carrying killer, saying it was “woeful” and disrespectful to true believers of all faiths.
Dr. Robert Berger, an eminent cardiothoracic surgeon who discredited medical experiments conducted by the Nazis, has died.
The debate on accessible birth control has been framed as if it’s the faithful versus the godless, but that is far from the case.
An Israeli soldier was sentenced to nearly four years in prison for sharing classified information with far-right Jewish extremists.
There’s a few hours left to National Whipped Cream Day and boy, oh boy, do we have a good reason to celebrate.
Israel is expected to withdraw the name of a former settler leader to be its ambassador to Brazil, ending a four-month diplomatic row.
Former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, who nearly died in a horrific mass shooting five years ago, was front and center at the White House as President Barack Obama used his executive powers to tighten the nation’s gun laws Tuesday.24
Steely Dan founding member Donald Fagen was ordered to keep his distance from his wife of more than two decades after New York City cops say he knocked her to the floor of their Upper East Side digs in Manhattan.6
French President Francois Hollande unveiled a memorial plaque outside the Paris-area kosher supermarket where an Islamist killed four Jews last year.
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