Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon inveighed against territorial compromise and blamed the Palestinian Authority for the recent failed peace talks in a wide-ranging policy address.
A Seattle physician accused of sexting during surgeries and improperly accessing medical images for sexual gratification has been suspended from practice for disregarding patient safety and engaging in sexual misconduct, Washington state health officials said on Monday.
A Reform Jewish leader joined an interfaith delegation in meeting with the Sudanese ambassador to protest the death sentence of a woman convicted of converting to Christianity.
The CEO of Jerusalem’s financially troubled Hadassah Medical Center has resigned.
The Republican Party has rejected the two-state solution, the official policy of U.S. administrations for decades.
A charitable foundation to be run by Los Angeles Clippers co-owner Shelly Sterling, whose estranged husband, Donald Sterling, is being forced to sell the NBA team after making racist remarks, will have a stake in the franchise, a source close to negotiations said on Monday.
Makis Voridis, a longtime member of ultranationalist parties, was appointed health minister in Greece.
Alexander Imich, the Polish-born American Jewish parapsychologist who died over the weekend at age 111, suggested that belief, or even credulity, might be a key to longevity.
Human Rights Watch labeled the shooting deaths of two Palestinian teenagers by Israeli soldiers during a West Bank protest an Israeli war crime.5
The Nathan Cummings Foundation has fired its leader Simon Greer after two years in the top spot at the major Jewish philanthropic group.5
Iran is negotiating seriously on a deal to curb its disputed nuclear program, a senior Israeli intelligence officer said on Monday in a shift of tone from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s skepticism.
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