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Monica Lewinsky Nightie, Letters May Fetch $50K

By Reuters

A collection of items used in the investigation of former White House intern Monica Lewinsky’s sexual encounters with then U.S. President Bill Clinton is being auctioned online, Nate D. Sanders Auctions said on Monday.Read More


Benjamin Netanyahu and Coalition Partner Naftali Bennett Openly Feud Over Peace

By JTA

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel was ready to enter serious peace negotiations with the Palestinians, while his coalition partner Naftali Bennett said a pact would lead to more violence.Read More


Prince Charles Warns of Rising Anti-Semitism

By Haaretz

Britain’s Prince Charles warned Monday that his monarchy was suffering from an “apparent rise in anti-Semitism,” British media reported.Read More


Will Feds Kill Google's Deal for Waze?

By Reuters

Antitrust regulators are conducting a preliminary inquiry into Google’s recent acquisition of online mapping service Waze, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.Read More


$20K-a-Kidney Israeli Smuggling Ring Busted

By JTA

An international organ trafficking ring that sold kidneys to patients in Israel and Eastern Europe was broken up by Costa Rica police and Interpol.Read More


Jesse Friedman's Child Abuse Conviction Backed Despite Documentary's Claim

By Reuters

A New York man who spent 13 years in prison for the sexual abuse of minors in the 1980s was rightfully convicted, prosecutors said on Monday, a legal setback in a decade-long campaign to exonerate Jesse Friedman after an Oscar-nominated documentary questioned his prosecution and guilt.Read More


Berlin Court Orders City To Issue Funds to Berlin’s Jewish Communal Umbrella

By Don Snyder

A court in Berlin ruled today that the city must pay the city’s state-funded Jewish community, its annual subsidy, according to wire reports.Read More


'Family Ties' Creator Gary David Goldberg Dies at Age 68

By Reuters

Gary David Goldberg, whose hit 1980s television sitcom “Family Ties” gave a warm portrayal of generational conflict and launched the acting career of Michael J. Fox, has died at age 68, his son-in-law said on Monday.Read More


Jews Tell Pope Francis of 'Concerns' Over Possible Sainthood for Pius XII

By Reuters

A Jewish leader expressed concern to Pope Francis on Monday over attempts to make a saint of World War Two-era Pope Pius XII, who has been accused of turning a blind eye to the Holocaust.Read More


Far-Right Touches Nerve With Demands for Jewish Prayer on Temple Mount

By Reuters

Far-right Israelis are pressing for an end to an effective ban on holding Jewish prayers at a Jerusalem holy compound once dominated by Biblical temples and now home to al-Aqsa mosque, one of Islam’s most revered sites.Read More


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