presidential candidate Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim comments cost him business in the Middle East on Wednesday, with a major chain of department stores halting sales of his glitzy “Trump Home” line of lamps, mirrors and jewelry boxes.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton forwarded a request made by her son-in-law for a meeting between one of his hedge fund’s clients and State Department officials when she was the country’s top diplomat, the Associated Press reported Tuesday.10
The lone surviving suspect in a neo-Nazi killing case that shocked Germany admitted on Wednesday that she was told after the fact about murders committed by fellow members of an underground cell but denied participating actively in them.
A residence hall at Rowan University in southern New Jersey was vandalized with swastikas and other anti-Semitic grafitti.12
The president of the New York City borough of Queens, the New York Police Department’s chief of detectives and numerous other city officials met with Bukharian Jewish leaders about a string of arsons affecting the community of central Asian Jews.
David Bernstein, a veteran Israel advocate, will replace Rabbi Steve Gutow as president of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, the group announced Monday.4
A 24-hour Ukrainian eatery that’s been a mainstay in the East Village for 60 years took top prize at the 7th Annual Latke Festival.
A George Washington University student is threatening legal action after the college told him to remove a Palestinian flag from his dorm room — but the college insists it is simply enforcing rules about window decorations.6
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