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Soren Kam, No. 5 Most Wanted Nazi, Dies a Free Man at 93


Soren Kam, No. 5 on the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s list of most wanted war criminals, has died.Read More

Deadline Looms as Iran Nuclear Talks Still Deadlocked

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With a deadline hours away, Iran and six world powers ramped up the pace on Tuesday in negotiations over a preliminary deal on Tehran’s nuclear program, while officials cautioned that any agreement clinched would likely be fragile and incomplete.Read More

Northeastern Dorm Hit by Swastikas


Swastikas were drawn on a campus dormitory board at Northeastern University in Boston.Read More

Missing Berkeley Student Eloi Vasquez Killed in Car Crash

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A University of California, Berkeley student reported missing over the weekend after a fraternity party at another campus was identified on Monday as the person struck and killed by a car in Los Angeles early on Saturday, police said on Monday.Read More

Jewish Democrats Ask President Obama To Lighten Up Rhetoric in Feud With Benjamin Netanyahu


Some Jewish House Democrats called on President Barack Obama to tamp down the rhetoric against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel.Read More

Virginia Bar Group Slammed for Scrapping Israel Trip


The Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington and B’nai B’rith International condemned the Virginia State Bar for canceling its legal seminar in Jerusalem.Read More

Were Paintball Attacks on Jews Hate Crimes?


New York police are investigating whether two incidents in which Jews were struck with paint were hate crimes.Read More

Rabbi Shlomo Riskin Compares President Obama to Haman


Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, a prominent American-Israeli Orthodox rabbi, compared President Barack Obama to Haman, the villain of the Purim story.Read More

Harvey Weinstein Quizzed in Groping of 22-Year-Old

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Police questioned Harvey Weinstein after the indie studio chief allegedly groped a 22-year old woman in Tribeca on Friday, a NYPD spokesman confirmed to Variety.Read More

Muhlenberg Hillel Leader Quits Over Israel Rules


Caroline Dorn resigned as the student president of the Hillel chapter at Muhlenberg College to protest Hillel International’s restrictions against hosting speakers who are critical of Israel.Read More

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