Billionaire Sheldon Adelson is willing to bet $10 billion that his Las Vegas Sands will become the leader in casino gambling in Japan, an offer he says his competitors can’t match. What remains to be seen is whether one of the world’s last great untapped gaming markets is willing to bet on him.
When it comes to abortion rights, there is little to argue about in Israel. Even self-styled anti-abortion groups acknowledge a woman has a right to choose.
Participants in programs that bring young Diaspora Jews to visit Israel should be allowed to extend their stay without proving they are Jewish enough to make aliyah, a Knesset committee recommended.
A foundation that distributes free Jewish books to Jewish children in North America and Israel is launching an initiative to deliver Arabic books to Israeli-Arab preschoolers.
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?
The turmoil in Ukraine has left one of Europe’s largest Jewish communities on edge. Ukraine’s Jews are waiting to see what the future holds for their country, but with the added fear that they could become targets amid the chaos.
Samantha Power, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, posted a correction to a tweet about Daniel Pearl that stirred controversy over the slain journalist’s death.
The rabbinic councils of three Orthodox parties in Israel have issued a statement prohibiting their yeshiva students from enlisting in the Israeli military.3
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu would neither confirm nor deny that Israel had struck a target in Lebanon.
Israeli police entered the Temple Mount to disperse dozens of Palestinian youths, who threw rocks and firecrackers at security forces.3
A caricature of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in a German newspaper has drawn charges of anti-Semitism against the artist and newspaper.15
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