The bomb that exploded last month on a public bus in Bat Yam after the passengers had been evacuated closely resembled the bomb used in the Boston Marathon attack.
Hundreds of African migrants in Israel, who are seeking asylum in the Jewish State, protested against the government for ignoring their asylum requests and placing then in detention facilities.9
A Brooklyn man was arrested and charged for his involvement in seven so-called knockout game attacks on Orthodox women — including one who is 78.10
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, in a coma since a 2006 stroke, is clinging to life after his condition took a turn for the worse last week, the head of the hospital treating him said on Sunday.4
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?
Pope Francis announced on Sunday that he will visit Holy Land sites in Jordan, Israel and the Palestinian Territories in May, his first trip to the area as pontiff.
A small plane owned by a Jewish man made an emergency landing on a busy New York City expressway on Saturday but there were no immediate reports of serious injuries, emergency officials said.5
A charred body found in a Long Island dumpster is that of kidnapped Hasidic millionaire Menachem Stark.4
A frantic search continued in frigid Brooklyn for Hasidic millionaire developer Menachem Stark, who was kidnapped in front of his Williamsburg office hours earlier.4
Ariel Sharon has been lying comatose for eight years since a massive stroke. His hospitalization costs Israel nearly $500,000 a year — and some are asking if the public should pay.8
Secretary of State John Kerry met with Palestinian and Israeli leaders to discuss a framework agreement.
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