Friday, April 26, 2019
President Barack Obama has suspended a motion mandating the transfer of the American embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Falk’s term as UN human rights investigator 'tarnished' the body’s reputation and the US looks forward to his departure, US envoy Samantha Power said.
Jewish groups welcomed yesterday's announcement of a guilty verdict in the Boston Marathon bombing case.
The Jewish owner of a California chain of nursing homes bought 15,000 Powerball lottery tickets for his employees and residents.
Barack Obama said a yearlong extension of sanctions on Iran is still merited.
Jonathan Pollard will be released in November, ending years of campaigning by both Israeli diplomats and Jewish-American advocates.
New research has found that Seattle’s Jewish population rose by 70 percent since 2001.
US Ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro says Israelis are welcome in the United States, and plans to make the visa process easier to prove that statement.
Rand Paul introduced a bill that would cut US funding to the Palestinian Authority until it withdraws its request to join the International Criminal Court.
A Jewish man who tracks extremist groups saved three KKK members at an anti-immigration rally in Southern California that turned violent.


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