Hillary Clinton won a resounding victory in New York that has put her within sight of wrapping up the Democratic nomination. And a key part of her win was a sweep of Bernie Sanders in heavily Jewish areas.68
Miklos Heisler was 17 when the Arrow Cross Party took power in Hungary in the final years of World War Two and began a short reign of terror in which thousands of Jews, previously spared from deportation, were killed in Budapest.
Undecided before today’s New York primary, Adam Langer takes his daughter to hear Bernie Sanders speak in the Bronx — and Hillary Clinton in Manhattan. At the end, he comes to an important conclusion.87
As authorities try to figure out the cause of the bus bombing that rocked Jerusalem, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vows to “settle the score” if the intent was terror.76
A leader of a Jewish neighborhood guard group was arrested on bribery charges after allegedly trying to buy gun permits from undercover officers, drawing more attention to the dense network of relationships between police brass and Hasidic activists.
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