Carlos Rosenkrantz, a Buenos Aires attorney and law professor, will be the first Jewish justice on the Supreme Court of Argentina.
Joan Rivers' daughter is suing the doctors who treated her mother before her death last year.
Kosher slaughter will be illegal in Denmark, beginning Monday, by order of Agriculture and Food Minister Dan Jørgensen.
A Palestinian terrorist who served time in Israeli jail for a 1969 supermarket bombing was sentenced to 18 months in prison by a US court on fraud charges.
Jonathan Pollard, the convicted American spy for Israel, began his 29th year behind bars today.
A lawsuit prompts the Chief Rabbinate of Israel to allow women to become kosher supervisors.
A final push to catch the last remaining Nazi criminals is seeing success, thanks to efforts by the Simon Wiesenthal Center, the globe’s leader in Nazi prosecution.
The Abdeen Court of Urgent Matters in Egypt stated it has no legal authority to consider a lawsuit demanding the designation of Israel as a terrorist state.
The Anti-Defamation League applauded a Supreme Court decision that ruled employers can't consider an applicant’s religion in hiring.
Over 1,000 individuals have already applied for funds from a new compensation program concerning work performed in ghettos during World War II.