A Philadelphia grand jury has decided not to bring criminal charges against the Hasidic owners of an abandoned factory that burned down in Philadelphia in April 2012, causing the deaths of two firefighters.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia has reportedly appointed Naomi Adler as its first female CEO.
A Danish bank has added Israel’s Bank Hapoalim to its list of excluded companies, over its dealings in the West Bank.3
New York has one of the cruelest laws in the nation when it comes to the statute of limitations for reporting sexual abuse, Jane Eisner writes. Can Jewish activists help bring about reform?
Something very special awaited Rachel Avisrur at the end of the Miami Marathon. Her boyfriend, Avi Wolf, was ready to greet her with a bouquet of flowers — and a marriage proposal.3
A strange start to the Super Bowl start led to a $15K windfall for a perennial Jewish sports bettor. But what will he do with ‘safety’ loot?
Woody Allen contends that renewed accusations by the filmmaker’s adopted daughter that he sexually abused her at age 7 are “untrue and disgraceful,” a spokeswoman for the director said on Sunday, a day after her letter detailing the allegations shook up Hollywood.14
Gordon Zacks, a founder of the Republican Jewish Coalition and an unofficial adviser to George H.W. Bush, has died.
Elliott Abrams, a former U.S. deputy national security advisor, said Jonathan Pollard should be released from prison.
Israel “will manage” without a peace deal, Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon told the Munich Security Conference.
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