Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto ordered a New York City police officer to arrest his top aide’s business rival, according to allegations in a civil suit.
John Judis’s new book suggests Harry S. Truman wasn’t a big supporter of Zionism. Did hypersensitivity about Israel kill his planned talk at the Museum of Jewish Heritage?
The Vassar Jewish Union declared itself an ‘Open Hillel,’ becoming the second Hillel-affiliated organization to break from the parent group over its Israel guidelines.
Anne Heyman’s family has just finished sitting shiva for her. But they’re already taking steps to make sure her legacy of caring for Rwanda’s genocide orphans never dies.
EXCLUSIVE: It wasn’t just a rumor. Adina Bar Shalom, the ultra-Orthodox daughter of the late Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, is seriously considering a run for the Israeli presidency.
After breast cancer forced one Israeli woman to have a mastectomy, she created her own prosthetic nipple. Now, she is helping other women battling cancer.
A bill targeting academic boycotts of Israel is back on track in New York’s state legislature, with similar measures popping up in other statehouses and even the U.S. Congress.
Psagot Winery produces 200,000 bottles of wine at its vineyard in a Jewish settlement in the West Bank. Its owner isn’t worried about losing business but
A New Jersey training center has become the unlikely epicenter of Israel’s Winter Olympics team, or at least its figure-skating component.
SodaStream has been praised and pilloried in a dispute stretching to the Super Bowl. To find the truth, we started with the land where its factory stands in a West Bank settlement.