Monday, March 27, 2017
Dozens of Congress members have signed on to a bipartisan letter calling for the creation of a fund to aid needy Holocaust survivors.
Brandeis University has cut its historic ties to a popular Palestinian college, after Al Quds University hosted an anti-Zionist, neo-Nazi style rally.
World leaders reacted with a variety of talking points this week on the nuclear deal with Iran.
The family of a Jewish-American man who disappeared from Iran in 2007 while working on behalf of the CIA is suing the Iranian government in the United States.
Hillary Clinton presented Elie and Marion Wiesel the Theodor Herzl Award last evening.
Alan Gross and his wife Judy Gross are set to attend tonight's State of the Union address as guests of first lady Michelle Obama.
A rabbi known affectionately as “Rambowitz” wants to train Jewish kids in karate to help defend themselves against the growing problem of street attacks.
The New Jersey Senate unanimously approved a bill that would require the state’s public worker pension fund to divest from companies that boycott Israel.
At least one Jewish group is calling for Congressional solidarity ahead of Benjamin Netanyahu's address next week.
The New York Post is taking flak for a cover story Sunday on a slain Orthodox man, accompanied by the headline “Who Didn’t Want Him Dead?”


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