A New York man returned a library book about the Holocaust to his home town library in Fall River, Mass. more than 40 years after he checked it out.
For several months during the spring of his 10th grade year, Jack Millman had an unusual Saturday ritual: He and his mother would ride around metropolitan New York and buy up vast quantities of raw chicken.6
The United States held out the prospect of quick sanctions relief for Iran on Monday if Tehran moves swiftly to allay concerns about its nuclear programme, although both countries said any deal would be complex and take time.
An Israel advocacy group has launched a transit campaign in opposition to anti-Israel ads on Vancouver buses and light rail stations.
One of three American economists who won the 2013 economics Nobel prize on Monday for research into market prices and asset bubbles expressed alarm at the rapid rise in global housing prices.
A new highway into Jerusalem will be named for the late Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the spiritual leader of the Shas party.
An interactive video game will allow users to relive a day in the life of Holocaust diarist Anne Frank.
Ten longtime members of Women of the Wall are protesting the organization’s recent decision to accept a spot at the Robinson’s Arch area next to the Western Wall Plaza.3
The leader of Tehran’s Jewish community has urged U.S. President Barack Obama to take advantage of the “unrepeatable” opportunity to repair relations with Iran, AFP reported on Monday.3
Angelina Jolie’s decision to undergo double mastectomy is saving lives as more women seek to be tested for the ‘Jewish gene’ mutation that caused her breast cancer, her plastic surgeon says.3
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