Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Eric Greitens, the state's first Jewish governor, is accused of taking compromising pictures of his hairdresser and threatening to publish them.
One of the posters in Durham, North Carolina, showed a silhouetted man pointing a gun at an image of a stereotypical Jew.
Two victims of the once-prominent Modern Orthodox rabbi said they received notices that he will be released more than three years early.
Jewish community relations councils are tasked with finding local Jewish consensus on political issues. They say that work is getting harder.
Adoption of Iron Dome by the U.S. Army would mean increasing the support for sustaining the missile defense system.
Pro-BDS activism is demoralizing, but Jewish students continue to find spaces where it's okay to be Zionists.
The Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity was suspended as police investigate allegations by two 19-year-old students who said they were sexually assaulted at two different parties at the fraternity house.
The coffee giant said Tuesday that it had solicited the Anti Defamation League's help after the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia outlet drew national outrage.
Following her death Tuesday night at 92, the wife of President George H.W. Bush was being remembered for her wit, no-nonsense attitude and championing of family literacy.
Fifth-grader Naomi Wadler captured the attention of the crowd at the main March For Our Lives demonstration in Washington D.C. during her three-minute address.


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