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Spanish Jews Want Tough New Anti-Semitism Laws

By JTA

The president of Spain’s Jewish community called for changes to the country’s penal code to better combat online anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial.Read More


Israel Riled Over Palestinian U.N. Bid: Oren

By JTA

The Palestinian Authority’s bid for an upgrade in U.N. status is of immediate concern in the U.S.-Israel relationship, Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren said in a post-U.S. election interview.Read More


British Soccer Team Faces Music Over 'Yids' Chant

By JTA

London’s Tottenham Hotspur soccer team defended fans who call themselves “Yids,” saying they adopted the term as a defense against anti-Semitic taunting.Read More


Peter Salovey Named New Yale President

By JTA

Yale University named its provost, Peter Salovey, as the school’s new president.Read More


At Last! Florida Dems Claim Obama Victory

By Reuters

Florida’s Democratic Party declared victory for President Barack Obama in the closely divided battleground state on Thursday, as he clung to a narrow but apparently insurmountable lead in the glacially slow tallying of votes from Tuesday’s election.Read More


Madoff Employee Faces 10 Years for Fraud

By Reuters

One of Bernard Madoff’s longest-serving employees pleaded guilty on Thursday to falsifying records, a conspiracy that a prosecutor said began in the 1970s at the start of the multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme.Read More


Bibi Vows Cooperation in Call to Obama

By Reuters

Benjamin Netanyahu phoned Barack Obama to congratulate him on his re-election on Thursday, after critics accused the Israeli prime minister of backing Mitt Romney and jeopardising ties with Washington.Read More


Maker of Anti-Islam Film Gets Year in Prison

By JTA

An Egyptian Christian man who is one of the key figures behind an anti-Islam film that sparked violence in the Middle East and throughout the world was sentenced to prison.Read More


Gabrielle Giffords Stares Down Shooter in Court

By Reuters

Former Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords watched in a federal courtroom on Thursday as the man convicted of killing six people and wounding 13 others, herself included, was to be sentenced for his crimes.Read More


Carmen Warschaw, Calif. Democrat, Dies at 95

By JTA

Carmen Warschaw, a national and California state Democratic leader and philanthropist, has died. She died on Election Day, Nov. 6, in Los Angeles of natural causes at the age of 95.Read More


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