Israel was the only country in the Middle East with a press designated as free by a Washington think tank.
A federal judge rescinded a $900,000 jury award to a New York restaurant deliveryman who said he was the victim of anti-Semitism.
Israel’s population increased to nearly 8.2 million, according to figures released just ahead of Israel Independence Day, or Yom Ha’atzmaut.
Reform Movement leader Rabbi Rick Jacobs has signaled that the Union of Reform Judaism could consider dropping out of the Conference of Presidents in response to yesterday’s vote to reject membership to the progressive pro-Israel group J Street.17
Now that Peres is gone, Jane Eisner finds herself asking: Who will dream hopefully on behalf of all Israel’s people?
Celebrated Israeli actor and director Assi Dayan, whose father Moshe Dayan became internationally known as Israel’s eye patch-wearing defence minister during two Middle East wars, died on Thursday at the age of 68, his family announced.
Students in Teaneck, N.J., might have taken senior prank season bit too far this year. At least, that’s what the police are saying.7
A 15th century printed book of the Torah fetched a record $3.87 million at an auction in Paris, setting an all-time record for any Hebrew-language book.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday he would seek a new law declaring Israel a Jewish state, striking back against a Palestinian refusal to recognise that status in now-collapsed peace talks.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban told Jewish community bosses he would build a controversial Nazi occupation monument despite their opposition.
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