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Hoopster Omri Casspi Returns to Israeli Team


The Cleveland Cavaliers’ Omri Casspi has signed with his former Israeli basketball team.Read More

Shimon Peres Opposes Attack on Iran

By Haaretz

The international community should engage in a “moral” attack on Iran, not a military one, President Shimon Peres said in an interview on Monday, adding that Tehran’s support of terror was as much a global concern as the economic crisis.Read More

Giffords Discusses Rocky Road to Recovery

By Forward Staff

Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, speaking haltingly in her first interview since she was critically wounded by a gunman’s bullet, said her political future was contingent on getting “better.”Read More

Tnuva Dumps U.S. Kosher Distributor


Tnuva, Israel’s largest dairy company, said it will not renew its contract with its Brooklyn distributor, which is accused of underpaying workers and firing employees illegally.Read More

Manning Makes List of Top Jewish Women


Kathy Manning, board chair of the Jewish Federations of North America, was named to Jewish Women International’s annual list of 10 “Extraordinary Women to Watch.Read More

Biden Says U.S.-Israel Ties 'Unbreakable'


Vice President Joe Biden said the U.S. commitment to Israel was “unbreakable.”Read More

Bibi's Laws Blasted as Attack on Democracy

By Haaretz

As the Knesset get ready to vote Monday on a number of controversial bills, MKs from both the opposition and the governing coalition have voiced strong criticism of the proposed laws, saying they are draconian and anti-democratic.Read More

Democrats Blast GOP Plan to 'Zero' Israel Aid

By Haaretz

Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz sharply challenged the Republican field, including Mitt Romney, for pledging to zero out the foreign aid budget, including resources the U.S. provides to Israel.Read More

Israel May Be Behind Iran Blast: Report

By Haaretz

Israel is behind the recent explosion at an Iran missile base, a Western intelligence source told Time Magazine.Read More

Evelyn Lauder Dies, Led Pink-Ribbon Campaign


Evelyn Lauder, who pioneered the pink ribbon as the symbol of breast cancer awareness, has died.Read More

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