Hillary Rodham Clinton won decisively on Super Tuesday, but failed to sweep all the states at stake on the biggest day of the presidential primaries.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., won four state Democratic contests, giving him a total of five after he took New Hampshire last month.4
Egypt’s parliament voted on Wednesday to expel an independent lawmaker who invited the Israeli ambassador in Cairo for dinner, drawing widespread criticism and prompting a fellow deputy to attack him with his shoe.
Bram Goldsmith, who left a deep imprint on Los Angeles and its Jewish community, in his Beverly Hills home.
University of Missouri officials condemned an anti-Semitic incident at a campus residence hall, the second this school year and the third in less than a calendar year.3
It was with excitement but some trepidation last night that I began to read the online version of a [New York Times story] about The Forward.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday he hopes to curb a wave of Palestinian assaults by expelling to Gaza families of assailants found to have encouraged them to attack Israelis.29
Germany’s top Jewish organization has applauded a new attempt to ban the country’s main neo-Nazi party.
A caricaturist who used to work for the Charlie Hebdo magazine said he has sued for libel the French-Jewish philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy, who had accused him of anti-Semitism.
Hillary Rodham Clinton won most of the Democratic and Donald Trump most of the Republican state presidential primaries on Super Tuesday.
A father of five was attacked by two Palestinian teens brandishing clubs and axes as he left his home in the West Bank settlement of Eli.3
Forty Columbia University faculty members have signed a petition urging the New York school to divest from companies that “supply, perpetuate, and profit from a system that has subjugated the Palestinian people.”80
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