Rand Paul, the Kentucky senator who brought his father Ron Paul’s anti-interventionist outlook into the Republican mainstream, is ending his presidential campaign.
Three Palestinian assailants were shot dead on Wednesday while carrying out a shooting and stabbing attack that kille one Israeli paramilitary policewoman and injured another at an entrance to Jerusalem’s walled Old City, Israeli police said.11
After virtually tying with Hillary Rodham Clinton in the Iowa Democratic caucus, Sen. Bernie Sanders raised $3 million in a 24-hour period, a record for the insurgent presidential candidate.
An upstate New York village will appoint an election monitor after settling a lawsuit that accused its board of elections of attempting to cancel the voter registrations of some 160 Hasidic Jewish residents.
The muckraking Jewish blog FailedMessiah is losing its publisher and sole writer, according to a statement posted February 2.9
Manuel Tenenbaum, who served for three decades as head of the Latin American Jewish Congress, has died.
Swastikas were painted in the front of a Jewish-owned West Seattle business.
“Girls” creator and star Lena Dunham says she’s not going to correct her bodega man on this one.3
Lloyd Blankfein, chief executive and chairman of Goldman Sachs Group Inc, told CNBC on Wednesday that he is “feeling great” after the treatment for lymphoma.
Real estate heir and murder suspect Robert Durst pleaded guilty to a federal gun charge in New Orleans on Wednesday, setting the stage for his return to California to face charges in the 2000 death of a longtime friend.
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