Former Subway sandwich chain pitchman and convicted sex offender Jared Fogle was sued in Indiana federal court this week by one of his victims, a girl seeking $150,000 in damages for negligence and mental suffering, court documents showed.
A World Jewish Congress assembly adopted a resolution calling the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel a manifestation of anti-Semitism.23
The mayor of a town adjacent to the Orthodox Jewish stronghold of Lakewood, New Jersey, says a comment he made about Jewish home buyers invading his town does not make him anti-Semitic.
Two key U.S. Senate Republicans signaled they would be open to considering after the Nov. 8 presidential election President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court nomination of Merrick Garland, the centrist judge who was set on Thursday to begin meeting with senators.
Google Brazil must remove all links to a bar mitzvah video from 2012 that went viral, a Brazilian court ruled.
An Israeli woman in her 20s was taken to the hospital in serious condition following a stabbing attack at a bus stop near Ariel in the West Bank.
Bayern Munich apologized to anyone who saw Holocaust imagery in a graphic the German soccer club posted on Twitter.
Mossad director Meir Dagan, who after a long career spearheading shadow wars against Israel’s enemies became a vociferous critic of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s saber-rattling on Iran, died of cancer on Thursday, aged 71.
A children’s book in which Anne Frank signed her name is going on the auction block in New York valued at $20,000 to $30,000.
As President Barack Obama unveiled his Supreme Court nominee on Wednesday, a carefully crafted operation to sell his choice to Americans and to resistant Republicans rolled into action.5
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