Noting that 7/11 (2015) fell on Shabbat this year, some 7-Eleven stores extended their free Slurpee tradition for an additional day.
The P5+1 group of world powers negotiating with Iran for a nuclear deal believes it's "time to decide."
The children, ages 14, 10 and 9, were in danger of spending the rest of the summer in the Children’s Village detention center.
Katz’s Deli, a Lower East Side institution since 1888, has issued a statement in memory of its departed chef.
Information belonging to 21.5 million Americans is compromised in a mega hack of a federal agency by cyber thieves.
Russia says a nuclear deal with Iran is "within reach."
Established in 2004, with 300 students, MJI today boasts more than 2,000 students, the vast majority of whom participate in the school’s distance learning program, many of them overseas.
The FBI is asking U.S. lawmakers to force companies to share encryption coding to help in tracking terror suspects.
Foreign ministers from the P5+1 left Vienna late Tuesday. The US and Iran continue nuclear talks alone.
How insulting that the P5+1 dare to impose demands on Iran!
It is questionable if anti-Semitism really is not on the rise in the United States. It really is the same as it was 100 years ago, but more overt instead of covert.
The President believes J Street's boast that the left-wing group speaks for American Jewry.
"Bon Jovi couldn’t care less.”
The European Union explains the deadline is not being extended. Negotiators simply are continuing to negotiate. Huh?
The "AvocadoFact" Twitter account launched a just-for-fun poll, and the fruit is trouncing "the Donald."
Iran expert predicts there will be no signed deal because Iran already feels it can get all it wants without one.
Russian FM Lavrov met in Vienna with Iran's Zarif in an unsuccessful bid to break a deadlock in nuclear talks.
F.A.O. Schwarz is closing its iconic flagship store on NYC's Fifth Avenue due to rising rent prices.
Instead of accepting reality, the President is trying to hold on to an illusion.
Reporter Laura Rozen: "How many ways can I say significant progress made but important differences remain?"
US-led talks with Tehran appear to have reached a deal on sanctions relief: but what about access to Iranian nuclear sites?
Kerry spent the Fourth of July talking with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif.
The woman who once kissed Suha Arafat has a different attitude when it comes to funding her campaign for president.
Iran is not budging in nuclear talks on its refusal to allow spot inspections of military sites.
The US Mennonite church votes to table an anti-Israel BDS resolution for two years.