President Barack Obama hosted President Reuven Rivlin and a dozens of Jewish leaders Wednesday at two White House parties for Hanukkah.23
Mayor Rahm Emanuel, under heavy criticism for his handling of a cop shooting that resulted in the death of a black teen, apologized on Wednesday for problems with the police department and promised reform.
Irving Picard, the trustee appointed to liquidate the assets of convicted Ponzi schemer Bernard Madoff and return money to his victims, has filed a $95 million lawsuit against some of Israel’s largest educational and medical institutions.
The heirs of Jewish mob legend Meyer Lansky want compensation for his nationalized hotel, the Riviera, the seaside home to one of the last casinos built in swinging Havana of the 1950s.5
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.
A 60-year-old convicted Jewish extremist and his wife were badly injured — he in the head — in a West Bank 20-bullet drive-by shooting.
Dutch anti-discrimination activists urged their Justice Ministry to appeal the acquittal from hate speech charges of Muslim rapper Ismo who sang of hating “f***ing Jews” more than Nazis and his disgust with gay people.
President Barack Obama said on Wednesday it was important to try to achieve peace between Israelis and Palestinians even though the possibility seemed distant.
Israel’s Ashkenazi chief rabbi, David Lau, criticized Education Minister Naftali Bennett for visiting a Conservative Jewish Solomon Schechter school while in the United States.10
A 15-year-old boy has been arrested in the 2014 death of Brooklyn Rabbi Joseph Raksin in North Miami Beach.3
Alan Gross, who was imprisoned for five years in Cuba for his work connecting its Jewish community to the Internet, marked the one-year anniversary of his release pledging to advance warmer U.S.-Cuba ties.
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