President Barack Obama on Tuesday awarded two posthumous Medals of Honor to Jewish and black World War I veterans who likely did not receive...
Obama says no military solution to Iran problem while his advisers trash Bibi for the bad blood.
Jewish mega billionaires are organizing to fight anti-Zionist BDS activity at US colleges.
At stake are a pair of silver Torah ornaments worth over $7 million.
New York celebrates one of its largest, most popular parades of the year, starting at 11 am: the Israel Day Parade.
Thousands of former Nazi war criminals lied their way into the United States and later received old-age benefits.
A Shabbat-observant Jewish woman has won a $60,000 lawsuit from a car rental company that denied her a job because she cannot work on...
Does he actually mean that moving the embassy will not endanger America's national security?
The son of the late Rabbi Yitzchak Kaduri is fighting for his life.
Israeli Consul General refutes UJA president's claim that government insists NIF march in Celebrate Israel parade.
Postal officials refuse mailmen's request to be relieved of the job to deliver Baptist cult material that may be illegal.
The Orthodox Union, B'nai Brith and the Houston Federation are pitching in.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker declared Sunday, May 31 as “Celebrate Israel Day,” when thousands of Israeli Americans, Jews and supporters of Israel are to...
The "rabbi "may be a "reverend" who allegedly was not revered by Ice Cube's bullies.
A yeshiva student from Jerusalem was found lifeless Thursday after he apparently drowned while swimming in nearby Beit Zayit.
The firm's Jewish co-founders handed out $1,500 worth of ice cream at Sander's presidential campaign event in Vermont on Wednesday.
The Hareidi politicians agreed to not protest the country club after the mayor agreed to move it. So much for agreements.
Does the popularity of smoking grass mean that is good for the soul?
Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky expresses his firm support for Efrat Chief Rabbi Shlomo Riskin.
Rabbi Riskin believes the Rabbinate must be prepared to accept Halachic decisions that aren't Ultra-Orthodox.
Efrat Chief Rabbi Shlomo Riskin plans appeal to Supreme Court over fight to stay in his position; city's mayor also vows support.
An extremely rare 1,000-year-old ketuba inscribed in Aramaic is now on exhibit in the National Library in Jerusalem.
The ancient Yemenite synagogue in Jerusalem's Shiloach area came under repeated attack during prayers over Shavuot.
Effort to depose Rabbi Riskin are revenge against his positions and halachic decisions.
The Chief Rabbinate will invite Rabbi Riskin for a hearing on whether to extend his term, ostensibly because of his age but possibly because of his views on conversion.