The Nation endorsed Bernie Sanders for president — its third endorsement in 150 years.75
A new treatment tested at Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem and developed by an American-Israeli biotech company appears to significantly slow the progression of ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
In a record-breaking event, more than 1,100 children participated in the Kids Mega Challah Bake, according to Chabad.org.
Britain’s Department for Education has ordered a haredi Orthodox school in north London to close by next month.
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.
Israeli prosecutors called for life sentences for two Jewish men convicted of burning a Palestinian teen alive, while the teen’s father called for their homes to be destroyed.5
A trial in absentia could revitalize the AMIA case, the new head of the investigative unit looking into the 1994 bombing of the Buenos Aires Jewish center said.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was declared the leader of Likud after the party canceled its primary due to the lack of a challenger.
Politicians have a lot of choice words for the media — but embattled Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has a whole new view of the press corps that we’ve, frankly, not heard before.
They were there on a mission of mercy — and it ended in tragedy. Three Columbia University student, including an Orthodox Jewish college junior, were killed when their bus fell off a rural road in Honduras Wednesday, down into a ravine.
A French Jewish politician found dead in his home was killed by asphyxiation, the autopsy found.
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