The U.S. Senate unanimously approved a resolution condemning anti-Semitism in Europe.
The White House said it supports Israel’s right to defend itself after Israel retaliated for strikes on the country from Gaza.
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.
Obama awarded a posthumous Medal of Honor on to Jewish World War I veterans who likely did not receive the awards due to discrimination at the time.
Washington State Supreme Court held that a lawsuit can proceed against Olympia Food Co-op board members, challenging its move to boycott Israel products.
Hadera, known as the energy city of Israel, signed a sister-city agreement with El Paso, Texas last week, Wednesday, May 20.
Lindsey Graham a likely Republican presidential candidate, met with Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem and vowed to stand up for Israel in the United Nations.
The Illinois House joined the state’s senate in unanimously passing a bill that would stop pension funds from investing in companies that boycott Israel.
A Jewish World War I veteran will be posthumously awarded the nation’s highest military honor 97 years after his heroic actions against the Germans.
The House passed the Hezbollah International Financial Prevention Act, for tougher sanctions on the Lebanon-based and Iranian-funded terrorist organization.