Victoria Siegel, whose parents were the stars of 2012 documentary “The Queen of Versailles,” has died.
French President Francois Hollande, trying to contain the fallout from the controversy over a French telecom company, reiterated his strong opposition to anti-Israel boycotts in a conversation with Benjamin Netanyahu.
The political party of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has lost its ruling majority in parliament, apparently setting back the anti-Israel leader’s bid to gain sweeping powers.7
The White House said it supports Israel’s right to defend itself after Israel retaliated for strikes on the country from Gaza.
The fact that a Jewish Israeli American is charged with making JCC bomb threats is confusing, infuriating and, yes, deeply embarrassing.
An Israeli took home nearly half a million dollars in winning a tournament at the 2015 World Series of Poker.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey said at a campaign rally that “Jewish capital” was behind The New York Times.
The chairman of the French telecom company Orange reversed his comments about leaving Israel, saying the company “is in Israel to stay.”
A 3-year-old colt owned by an Orthodox Jew from Egypt claimed the first Triple Crown in 37 years.
The story, as it goes, is that tonight’s Tony awards will be all about the Brits, and this past season’s so-called British Invasion. And not a very Jewish one.
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