California Governor Jerry Brown told visiting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday that he hoped Israeli water technology could help his state deal with a devastating drought.
Jonathan Pollard, the American spy for Israel serving a life sentence in federal prison, was taken to the hospital and underwent surgery.
Vandals destroyed six tombstones in a Jewish cemetery in the Piasek district of Myslowice, a city in southern Poland.4
A judicial nominee for a seat on the top state court in Massachusetts was rejected in part because he had taken leadership positions with the Anti-Defamation League.3
Jane Eisner envies voters in Iowa and New Hampshire, whose voices actually count during primary season. How can we change the system so that Jews’ and other minorities’ voices count, too?
A Brooklyn rabbi was charged with downloading child pornography after federal agents caught him in a sting.4
Angelina Jolie opens up for the first time about her decision to undergo a preventative mastectomy. The actress says she has no regrets and has found community support.9
The president of the Rome Jewish community revealed that he too had been sent the severed head of a pig about 10 days after pig heads were sent to Rome’s main synagogue, the Israeli embassy and a museum with an exhibit on Jewish culture in January.
Several members of the controversial haredi Orthodox Jewish sect Lev Tahor have been detained in Trinidad and Tobago, reports the Toronto Star.
A lawyer for U.S. Representative Alan Grayson denied accusations on Wednesday that the congressman shoved his wife during a weekend domestic dispute and said a video recording of the incident supports his account.
Pittsburgh police have charged a next-door neighbor in the double murder of a Jewish day school teacher’s aide and her sister. Blood-stained sweat pants tie him to the slayings.
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