An Israeli man charged in the United States with selling arms to Iran was arrested at Israel’s Ben Gurion International Airport.
A Jewish carpenter is suing New York City’s Housing Authority after allegedly being threatened and insulted with anti-Semitic epithets.
The former director of the 92nd Street Y is dead after hanging himself last Friday at his home in Seagate.
Israel has demanded that US Intelligence officials either show evidence that any of these allegations have happened, or openly state there is no basis to Newsweek's stories.
During a Q & A session after the screening, audience members strongly praised the film and urged that it be shown in schools.
Radical Islamist groups in the US have asked the National September 11 Memorial Museum to censor derogatory references about al-Qaeda in order not to offend Muslims.
A haredi man from Lakewood, N.J. has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit kidnapping, in order to force a man to give his wife...
A Brooklyn construction worker has been indicted for the kidnapping and murder of Haredi real estate developer Menachem Stark. A grand jury in Brooklyn on Monday indicted...
“Last year we took the $10,000 from him,” Jay Sanderson, president of the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, told JTA. “We’re not going to take it anymore.”
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman slammed a report claiming Israel has been “spying” on America.
U.S. lawmakers met in Cuba on Monday with imprisoned American Jewish social worker Alan Gross, jailed on a 15-year sentence in Havana.
Students at a school in California who were given an assignment to compare propaganda with actual evidence on the Holocaust have instead been told to abandon the project.
A full-page advertisement reproducing Israel’s Declaration of Independence appeared in The New York Times and USA Today.
A former New York City police officer was arrested for spray painting anti-Semitic graffiti in Boro Park.
Community officials say Yom HaAtzma'ut celebration will be 'non-political', but Bay Area remains hub of pro-Palestinian activity
This month Ateret Cohanim will open an all-mechina pre-army Torah Learning Center in eastern Jerusalem.
The NYU mock eviction notices raised serious questions about sensitivity for the reasonable concerns of Jewish students.
J Street claims that its rejection from the Conference of Presidents is proof its voice is needed.
Is this really a big deal? Let’s say the cardinal really was Jewish. It runs in the family, because so was his boss.
A university lecturer has called on administrators to protect Jewish students on campus