ernie Sanders’ high-flying Democratic presidential campaign fell back to Earth on Saturday in Nevada.
An array of Jewish groups joined a call on Senate leaders to consider whomever President Barack Obama nominates to replace Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.13
In an unusual move, an Israeli rabbinical court excommunicated a scientist who refused to divorce his wife and ordered the publication of his name, photo and personal details.20
Columbine school shooter Dylan Klebold revealed he was Jewish when he mentioned dreading a family Passover seder — creating a tense moment with his fellow shooter, his mother said.17
Members of the U.S. Supreme Court paid their respects to their late colleague Antonin Scalia during a brief but somber ceremony at the court on Friday.9
An off-duty IDF soldier was stabbed to death and another Israeli man badly wounded in a knife attack by two 14-year-old Palestinian boys in a West Bank supermarket yesterday afternoon.3
An El Al passenger plane was badly damaged when its wing accidentally grazed a perimeter fence on a runway at Schiphol Airport, the Netherlands’ main hub for international traffic.
A three-month hunger strike by a Palestinian journalist accused of militancy on behalf of Hamas has prompted stern questions from the United Nations and European Union over Israel’s policy of keeping prisoners in detention without charge.7
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