Friday, April 3, 2020
The Supreme Court shot down a federal statute that permitted American citizens born in Jerusalem to list Israel as a place of birth on their passport.
In a stunning about face, US government officials confirmed that an American Jew who vanished from Iran six years ago was involved in a rogue CIA operation.
A New Jersey high school student is facing possible bullying charges stemming from Twitter posts that school administrators called anti-Israel.
During his first-ever trip to the United States, Pope Francis will be arriving at the beginning of Yom Kippur and will not visit any synagogues.
Two incidents of violence occurred in Brooklyn -- the stabbing of Jewish man last night and the assault of another man this morning on his way to synagogue.
A large multi-day joint exercise between the Israel Defense Forces and the United States European Command officially got underway on Sunday.
CNN anchor Jim Clancy stepped down, a week after a series of Twitter posts in which he mocked pro-Israel tweeters on a thread discussing Charlie Hebdo.
ADL is drawing attention to a spate of anti-Semitic graffiti, after swastika imagery was found etched into a booth of a Long Island RailRoad (LIRR) Station.


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