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American Jewish author E.L. Doctorow, who wrote the novel “Ragtime,” died at age 84.
On Sunday, October 16th, the day before Sukkot, the Tel Aviv streets were teeming with buses, cars, and pedestrians as the locals were making...
A gunman who killed two schoolteachers and wounded nine last night at a Louisiana movie theater reportedly had a history of mental illness and aggression.
A young Israeli man was wounded in a stabbing terror attack on Thursday in A-Tur, a neighborhood in eastern Jerusalem.
Born to African American and Cuban-American Christian parents, Sammy Davis, Jr converted to Judaism after almost losing his life in a car accident in 1954.
Rabbi Yuval Cherlow advocates rabbinic approval of cloned meat “so that people would not starve, to prevent pollution, and to avoid the suffering of animals.”
“The Silence Breaker” will use hidden cameras to go undercover and document sexual harassment in real workplaces.
Jewish diversity and the global refugee crisis are among the themes of new seder supplements.
"We have a responsibility to protect your data, and if we can't then we don't deserve to serve you," the Jewish CEO of Facebook said.
News anchor Cathy Bekerman's boss later apologized for the incident.
Many think Israel could triumph at Eurovision. It was already the star at a song contest for Europe's Jewish youth in Milan.