A prominent Boston rabbi was indicted for embezzlement and larceny for stealing money from his temple to pay off a man who was blackmailing the rabbi for his affair with a teenage male.
The Iran deal may not be done, but bids by its opponents to shape it are all but buried.
If Israel does not provide information on last summer’s Gaza operation, the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court will base her decision to launch a full investigation solely on Palestinian claims.
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.
Israel will evacuate four Israeli babies born to surrogate mothers in Nepal following the second major earthquake to hit the Asian nation in three weeks.
Born Peter Fröhlich in Berlin, Peter Gay went on to become a renowned historian and a biographer of Sigmund Freud. Benjamin Ivry remembers the man’s life and Jewish origins.
Senior rabbis from across Europe and Israel gathered in Toulouse, France, for a conference devoted to finding ways to overcome challenges facing European Jewry.
In addition to secretly recording women undressing for the mikvah ritual bath, Rabbi Barry Freundel engaged in sexual encounters with several women, according to prosecutors.
A German court formally authorized the return of two Nazi-looted artworks from the collection of the late art collector Cornelius Gurlitt.
An attorney for the prominent Washington rabbi who pleaded guilty to secretly videotaping dozens of women naked during ritual baths asked a judge to sentence him to community service, not prison, according to court records.
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