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Marco Rubio, Israel Hawk, Enters 2016 Republican Race for White House


Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), a hawk on pro-Israel issues, declared his bid for the Republican presidential candidacy.Read More

Thousands March on Anniversary of Kansas City Jewish Center Rampage


Thousands of people in a Kansas City suburb took part in a march to mark the first anniversary of deadly shootings outside of two Jewish institutions.Read More

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Calls Mandatory Vaccines 'Holocaust'


Robert Kennedy Jr. apologized for using the word holocaust to describe the effects of mandatory vaccines.Read More

Stanford Student Senate Candidate Asked How Jewish Faith Would Inform Decisions


A candidate for the student Senate at Stanford University filed a complaint after she was asked how her Jewish faith would inform her decisions.Read More

Defense Slams Etan Patz Confession as 'Impossible'

By Natasja Sheriff

The attorney for a former deli worker accused of murdering a New York boy in 1979 argued on Monday that his confession was unreliable and improbable and that prosecutors failed to present evidence of his guilt.Read More

Do Jewish Settlements Use Palestinian Child Labor?


Farms in West Bank settlements are using Palestinian children as workers in contravention of international law, Human Rights Watch wrote in a new report.Read More

Shots Fired at Nashville Synagogue


No one was injured when shots were fired outside a Nashville synagogue.Read More

John Kerry Plans To Plead With Congress To Give Iran Nuclear Diplomacy a Chance

By Reuters

Secretary of State John Kerry will make the case this week to skeptical Republicans and Democrats that the U.S. Congress should give him another two and a half months to secure a final nuclear deal with Iran.Read More

Hungary Far Right Party Pushes Back on 'Anti-Semitic' Charge

By Marton Dunai

Hungary’s Jobbik party on Monday denied it was racist or anti-Semitic, after softening its far-right rhetoric and seizing a parliamentary seat from the ruling party in a weekend by-election amid a surge in support.Read More

Court Upholds Ban on Gay 'Conversion' Therapy

By Jonathan Stempel

A federal appeals court on Monday rejected a fresh challenge to New Jersey’s ban on so-called gay conversion therapy for minors, saying the prohibition does not violate the rights of either children or their parents.Read More

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