Clinton darling Sidney Blumenthal gave Hillary guidelines for bringing Bibi and AIPAC to heel.
When faced with violent counter protesters, Ku Klux Klan members abandoned their fellow hate-monger.
Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is fighting to stay in the race on Super Tuesday.
Prison officials said that sometimes inmates use religious gatherings as cover for gang activities.
The Kadima Fund will enable a network of activists, as it provides resources to support pro-Israel initiatives.
Still, a majority of Americans continue to favor the creation of a Palestinian state.
Trump gave the ADL an excuse to launch a campaign to educate all presidential candidates on extremists and hate groups.
Media reports on the situation in Syria are mixed, as ever: the cease-fire is holding, but very shaky.
The two Jews "lauded the King’s relentless efforts to achieve peace and his vision to build a better future for the region’s people."
'Son of Saul's' riveting plot brought a first-time Oscar for a Hungarian film, by a first-time director.
The other question is how long until someone strikes the spark that ignites the conflagration -- the region is already in chaos.
Hillary Clinton easily defeated Bernie Sanders in Saturday's South Carolina primary.
Odeh denies her guilt in both attacks, saying she was forced to confess after being tortured by the Shabak.
In a lawsuit between a Jewish school and parents, a shul weighs in to give its "pro-Israel" hecksher.
If ever there were a deal that needed killing, and fast, it's this one.
Netanyahu has until Passover to follow the coalition agreement he signed with the ultra-Orthodox, or else.
Iran announces it will pay for terror attacks in Israel (now that it's flush with cash from lifted sanctions.)
"Better to give up the Yiddish and let everyone understand the material, rather than maintain the tradition and lose the students' attention."
Jewish donor dollars are going to fund a program honoring that "great humanitarian" Rachel Corrie.
Real estate developers told to 'go back to Israel' and 'go to Lakewood' in South Philadelphia Monday night.
One student tweeted, "Full-blown anti-Semitism allowed at my college . . . I witnessed this and froze in fear."
U.S. Senators asked Secy Kerry what could happen if the Syrian cease-fire doesn't hold.
In his victory speech, which was Trump-rumbled as usual, the candidate noted his win came in a state with a very high percentage of Hispanics.
"How can we help?" Goldstein wanted to know.
“When [the pope] talks about wealth being used to serve people, not as an end in itself, I agree with that.”