A New York county official confirmed that Larry and Jane Glazer were killed in a plane crash near Jamaica earlier on Friday after the small aircraft had gone unresponsive.
A new partnership has launched to enable the purchase of kosher “fair trade” coffee, tea and chocolate while supporting Jewish communal efforts on human trafficking and worker justice.
Reaching a 25-year high, immigration to Israel from France has become the largest single source of newcomers to Israel so far this year.
John Kerry spoke with Israeli and Palestinian leaders about peace prospects in the Middle East.
Women are being squeezed from all sides, because men in power see their domination and sense of national identity slipping away, Jane Eisner writes.
French authorities have opened an investigation into a controversial comedian who mocked the killing of U.S. journalist James Foley and showed footage of it in a video.
A Nigerian visiting Israel was quarantined in Jerusalem for fear she may have contracted the Ebola virus.
The Israel Land Authority published a tender for constructing 283 housing units in the West Bank settlement of Elkana.
Britain saw record levels of anti-Semitism during Israel’s war with Hamas in Gaza, a Jewish watchdog group said.
In his condolences to the family of Steven Sotloff, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the American-Israeli journalist symbolized Western culture to the Islamists who murdered him.
Acerbic comedian Joan Rivers died in New York on Thursday, a week after suffering cardiac arrest during a medical procedure on her vocal cords, her daughter Melissa Rivers said.
This article has been sent!Close