Friday, June 23, 2017
Jewish soldiers are set to belatedly receive the Medal of Honor, after a Congressional review deemed the veterans were prejudicially denied the honor.
Jews are the most warmly regarded religious group in America, according to a new survey by the Pew Research Center.
The chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff visited Israel in his first official overseas visit since assuming the position earlier this month.
Obama nominated for a second term a Florida Jewish educator President Bush named to the board of directors for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
The Charleston shooter’s racist manifesto reveals 'an individual whose worldview was tainted not only by racism but by hardcore anti-Semitism.'
The White House on Wednesday expressed deep concern over the growing violence in Israel, but stopped short of calling recent Palestinian attacks terrorism.
Illinois House of Reps passed a bill to prohibit funds from including companies participating in the Boycott Divestment & Sanctions movement against Israel.
Benjamin Netanyahu continued to make strong comments today in defense of his pending address in front of Congress.
A $20 million gift to help revitalize the D.C. Holocaust museum will assist docents and focus on the challenges posed by rapid changes in technology.
The New Jersey State Assembly overwhelmingly passed anti-Boycott legislation (A-925) in a bipartisan vote (69-3).


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