All modern men could be descended from once common ancestor, a genetic Adam who lived 209,000 years ago, according to a new research paper out last month.
An excavation found glass-making kilns dating back 1,600 years, proving Israel was one of the most important centers of glass making in the late Roman era.
Ben Sidran argues that Jewish hunger to fit in shaped both the core of their identity and many of America’s greatest songs in his book "There Was A Fire."
This week marks one decade since Yad Vashem opened its groundbreaking database for the names of Holocaust victims.
In 1991, the Israeli government set out on a covert mission to bring members of the Ethiopian Diaspora to the Jewish state.
Just in time for the Olympics, Israel’s Holocaust trust has published an online tribute to Jewish athletes who perished in the Holocaust.
An album documenting the only surviving visual evidence of the process leading to the mass murder at Auschwitz recently received a digital makeover.
A drum made from a Torah and used by the Hitler Youth band was found in Poland and purchased by an association that preserves memories of the Holocaust.
The Jewish community of Paraguay inaugurated a new Jewish museum which includes the country’s first Holocaust studies center.
"The Lady in Number 6," a documentary following the world’s oldest Holocaust survivor, is on the shortlist for an Oscar nomination.