The American chemist who shared the Nobel Prize for chemistry previously won Israel’s prestigious Wolf Prize.
The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, which acknowledged decades after the fact that many of its players had been Nazi party members, will use a $1 million grant to digitalise and find a new home for its archives, it was announced on Wednesday.
A Brooklyn coffee shop owner who called Jews “greedy infiltrators” on social media has apologized.
Reform and Orthodox groups had opposite takes on the Supreme Court decision not to hear gay marriage cases, effectively extending the right to a majority of the states.
As the American and Israeli leaders prepare to meet today, reactions to a new arms deal tell us a lot about how people view the Obama administration and its Israeli counterpart, Jane Eisner writes.
The city of Toledo in central Spain is launching a two-day cultural festival themed around the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.
British fashion designer John Galliano is returning to work in the fashion industry two years after he was fired from Christian Dior for an anti-Semitic rant caught on video.
A highway expansion project in Israel has led to the discovery of a nearly 2,000-year-old mikvah.
Jewish and Arab residents of the Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan disagree on whether the neighborhood is historically Jewish or Arab. They disagree about whether Israeli Jews should be living there. They even disagree on what to call one of the main streets in the neighborhood, a predominantly Arab area just outside the walls of the Old City.9
A high school diploma may not be worth as much nowadays as it once was. But for one Holocaust survivor, it’s still extremely valuable.
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