Polish Forbes Apologizes for Targeting Jewish Community on Property Restitution

The Polish edition of Forbes apologized for three articles about restoring prewar property that targeted community leaders and Jewish organizations.

UN Interpreter Calling Out Anti-Israel Bias Can Work for Jewish Gov't,...

An interpreter who challenged the UN’s anti-Israeli bias last week will always have a job waiting for her in the Jewish state, Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday.

Rare Haggadah Could Fetch $800,000 at Auction

A rare haggadah recently uncovered at a private home in England is expected to fetch more than $800,000 when it goes to auction Friday.

Hollande, Netanyahu Visit Graves of Toulouse Victims

French President Francois Hollande visited the Jerusalem graves of terror victims shot down in a Toulouse Jewish day school last year.

Bethenny Frankel on Divorce, Discipline and Body Image

This week, Bethenny invited several bloggers to a taping of her talk show and gave them the chance to sit down with her after the show and ask some candid questions.

Israel Extends Detention for Al-Qaeda Terrorist Set for Release

A Kuwaiti terrorist held in an Israeli prison for three years will remain in custody, the Jewish state confirmed this week.