Nurses and non-medical staff walked off the job at Hadassah Medical Center to protest receiving only half of their January salaries.
Hungary’s far-right Jobbik Party held a political rally in a former synagogue, despite protests.
Two gunmen on a motorcycle killed a man as he drove near Tel Aviv’s bustling beachfront on Saturday, in what Israeli police suspected was the latest in a wave of gangland murders and attacks.
A Facebook page claiming victory in getting the Rolling Stones to boycott Israel is an apparent hoax.
Women are being squeezed from all sides, because men in power see their domination and sense of national identity slipping away, Jane Eisner writes.
A Japanese e-commerce firm said it will buy the Israeli-founded Viber chat startup for $900 million.
Love was in the air atop the Empire State Building as three couples exchanged vows on Valentine’s Day, the only day weddings are permitted at the iconic New York City skyscraper.
Manhattan prosecutors are reportedly worried about the weakness of their case against the South Jersey man accused of the notorious 1979 kidnapping and murder of Etan Patz in SoHo.
In an op-ed for an Israeli newspaper, John Kerry’s brother recalled relatives who died in the Holocaust and labeled “vile” recent personal attacks on the U.S. secretary of state.7
A vigil was held to show solidarity with a New Mexico deli that has been targeted by anti-Semitic messages.
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