Secretary of State John Kerry began a one-day visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories on Tuesday by describing a wave of Palestinian knife and car ramming attacks as terrorism that must be condemned.117
The New England Patriots will have a moment of silence in honor of slain American yeshiva student Ezra Schwartz prior to their Monday Night Football game against the Buffalo Bills.5
An employer rescinded a job offer to released spy for Israel Jonathan Pollard over the conditions of his parole.6
The debate on accessible birth control has been framed as if it’s the faithful versus the godless, but that is far from the case.
A man suspected in the shooting of a Tulane University medical student that was caught on video by a surveillance camera was captured on Monday after a manhunt, a New Orleans police spokesman said.24
An Israeli executive has accused Avis of declining to accept his Israeli documents when he tried to rent a car in New York City.8
One of New York’s most powerful politicians abused his office for more than a decade, orchestrating multimillion-dollar bribery schemes he kept hidden from public view through lies and deception, a U.S. prosecutor told jurors on Monday at the close of his corruption trial.
The newly elected president of Argentina said he will cancel the agreement signed with Iran to jointly investigate the 1994 attack on the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires, as he vowed during the campaign.
A mayor in suburban New York’s Rockland County secretly pledged to reject all building permit applications by Jewish developers, according to a newspaper report.4
An Israeli man, 18, was killed in a stabbing attack at a gas station on a main West Bank thoroughfare.
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