Scottish Jews feeling more uncomfortable, less safeJews in Scotland are feeling greater unease living in their country over the past few years, finds report by local Jewish umbrella group.
Bader Ginsburg attends 'Merchant of Venice' in city's ghettoSupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg attends Shakespeare play being performed on the spot where some of the action takes place.
Ex-RI Democratic Party chief and close friend of Clintons diesMark Weiner, prominent Rhode Island Democratic fundraiser and close friend of the Clintons, dies at 62.
Yes, I’m a Democrat married to a RepublicanYes, Republicans and Democrats can get along.
Jewish philanthropist Marcus Katz passes away at 89Katz donated large sums to many Israeli and Zionist causes and worked his whole life to strengthen ties between Israel and the diaspora.
Firebombs hurled at hassidic luminary's grave in UkraineGrave of Arye Leib, disciple of 'Maggid' of Mezeritch, desecrated by firebombs.
Sarah Silverman to Bernie backers: 'You're being ridiculous'Sarah Silverman chews out backers of Bernie Sanders after they would not stop chanting his name at the Democratic National Convention.
Jewish Democrats launching superPAC to counter RepublicansJewish Democrats setting up a superPAC to defend Clinton and other candidates from "Sheldon Adelson-funded onslaught".
EJC: France attack is an attack on all religionsHead of the European Jewish Congress condemns ISIS attack on a church in Normandy.
88-year-old rabbi injured at Coast Guard can sue governmentFederal court ruling will allow an 88-year-old New York rabbi to proceed with a negligence lawsuit against the U.S. government.
Democrats scramble for unique message that appeals to JewsDemocrats acknowledge that targeted messaging is a challenge for Jewish voters, particularly young Jewish voters.
Democrats seek unity on Israel, but cracks begin to showCracks are showing on one issue that Democrats have long been united on: The Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
For Jews of Nice, terrorist attack comes as no surpriseBastille Day attack in Nice came as no surprise to many locals, including many of the city’s 20,000 Jews.
New report shows dramatic rise in US anti-SemitismA new ADL report presented to the Knesset shows a dramatic rise in violent anti-Semitic assaults in the US.
Dutch magnate: Family 'heartless' in treatment of Nazi-era JewsDutch textile magnate says his predecessors "behaved in a heartless manner" during the Holocaust.Ho
Baseball prospect Alex Bregman to make MLB debut for AstrosAlex Bregman, Jewish player and one of Major League Baseball’s top prospects, has been called up by the Houston Astros.
Yeshiva U search for a new president: Ted Cruz aide the answer?Deputy chief of staff for Ted Cruz's presidential campaign reportedly a candidate for Yeshiva University's new president.
'Indignation' brings novel about anti-Semitism to the big screenThe movie “Indignation” is an adaptation of Philip Roth’s 2008 novel.
'Brexit aftermath overshadows ongoing Labour anti-Semitism'Anti-Semitism expert warns interest in Labour anti-Semitism has largely vanished, but the Jews hatred itself is still flourishing.
700 march for Warsaw ghetto doctors, nursesMarchers hang ribbons with the names of the dead to honor the medical personnel of the Warsaw ghetto.
Holocaust survivors from Florida perform in former ghettoMusical duo of Holocaust survivors from Florida return to their native Poland to perform there for the first time.
Portugal town opens Jewish heritage centerPortugal’s culture minister inaugurates Jewish heritage center in the country’s east.
Pokemon craze hits Holocaust memorialsPokemon Go hits Holocaust memorials in Germany and a Jewish cemetery in Britain. Jewish leaders vow to take action.
Poll: Most ex-religious want children to be traditionalSurvey finds that 60% of datlashim – formerly religious – would like their children to live a traditional Jewish lifestyle.
Jewish drummer, 24, busking to stomp out Crohn's diseaseGideon Grossman will go busking up the California coast to raise money for promising research into cure for Crohn's disease.
Rabbi sued by sex offender for exposing him on TwitterRabbi Ya'akov Horowitz of Rockland, NY, is being sued for slander by a convicted sex offender for exposing him as such on Twitter.
Parshat Balak: Bilaam ExposedI pray that every Leader in power now and rising to power in the future reads it and absorbs it into his or her Soul.
Lacking GMO labels, kosher foods go missing in VermontWide variety of kosher foods disappear from grocery shelves in Vermont due to the state’s strict GMO labeling law.
Detroit advocacy group merging with American Jewish CommitteeJewish Community Relations Council of Metropolitan Detroit merges with the American Jewish Committee.
Large swastika painted on southern New Jersey homeLarge swastika painted on a home in suburban Mount Laurel.
Forged: Orthodox wedding blessing sanctifies 'Groom & Groom'"Orthodox" wedding blessing booklet adds choice of "Groom & Groom" instead of "Groom & Bride".
Cruz may be down, but he is not out as favorite of the rightThere is no rift between Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Sheldon Adelson.
12-year-old hurler walks on Shabbat, so his teammates pitch inTeammates of religiously observant infielder and pitcher carry his gear on Shabbat, so he doesn't have to.
Chaim Safran's last dayOnly two years have passed since a father closed his eyes for the last time, and returned his soul to his Creator.
NY federation campaign grows for 7th consecutive yearNorth America’s largest Jewish philanthropy says its annual campaign revenue has increased for the seventh consecutive year.
Orthodox beatboxers cut from 'America's Got Talent'Orthodox Jewish beatboxers fail to advance on “America’s Got Talent” after wowing the judges in the initial round of the TV competition.
Brazilian journalist who called Israel a 'Nazi state' loses suitBrazil Jews win a nearly decade-long lawsuit started by a journalist who claimed he was gagged for calling Israel a "Nazi state."
UK Jewish students denied right to select anti-racism delegateNational Union of Students strips Jewish students of the right to select their own member of anti-racism committee; Jewish students alarmed.
Argentine Jews: Make AMIA bombing a 'national priority'Argentine Jewish leaders call on the country's government to make the investigation of the AMIA Jewish center bombing a "national priority".
Jedwabne mayor calls for exhumation of Jewish mass graveMayor of town where locals killed hundreds of Jews calls to exhume the bodies from a mass grave to see if German soldiers were the killers.
'Architect of Montreal's Jewish community' dies at 101Manuel (Manny) Batshaw, who was considered “the architect of Montreal’s Jewish community,” has died at 101.
Foundation assumes ownership of Phoenix Jewish newspaperJewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix takes over ownership of the metropolitan area’s Jewish News.
Arizona Jewish candidate's driveway vandalized with swastikaJewish candidate for a seat in the Arizona State Legislature finds anti-Semitic messages on his driveway in suburban Phoenix.
RV association fires Jewish couple who wrote book opposing TrumpJewish husband and wife fired from their job promoting RV travel after writing a book opposing Donald Trump.
Jewish man who served in 3 countries' air forces dies at 92Nathan "Gino" Narboni, who volunteered to fly a combat plane during Israel's War of Independence, dies at 92.
Ax attack in Germany demands 'early warning system'German Jewish leaders warn that all German institutions should take extra precautions following ax attack in Wurzburg.
Synagogue with dark past invites Pokemon hunters to its revivalRussian synagogue embraces latest video game craze to boost its revival.
'The homosexuals who came to consult me weren't proud'Rabbi Ratzon Arusi of Kiryat Ono criticizes 'abrasiveness' of LGBT debate, says pride parades only do gays a grave disservice.
218 North Americans move to IsraelIn an exciting ceremony in Ben Gurion Airport, the first Nefesh B'Nefesh 2016 Summer Flight brings 218 immigrants to Israel.
Alabama councilwoman threatened over Holocaust commentsCouncilwoman in Birmingham says a gun-wielding Jewish man threatened to harm her for opposing city funding of a Holocaust memorial.
'Survivor' winner married in traditional Jewish ceremonyEthan Zohn, the Jewish winner of the third season of "Survivor," married in a traditional Jewish ceremony in Vermont.
NFL player Nate Ebner makes US Olympic rugby teamNate Ebner of the New England Patriots qualifies for American Olympic men's rugby sevens team.
More British Jews requesting naturalization in PortugalPortugal’s Jewish community observing an increase in requests for naturalization by British Jews following Brexit vote.
Global meeting against anti-Semitism meets in Buenos AiresParliamentarians and experts gather in the Argentine capital for the Global Forum for Combatting Antisemitism.
USC Chabad center robbed of electronics, 3 sets of tefillinBurglar steals electronics, three sets of tefillin and other valuables from the Chabad house at the University of Southern California.
Cleveland chaplain delivers invocation at Republican conventionRabbi Ari Wolf, who serves as chaplain to the Cleveland police, delivers invocation at the start of the Republican National Convention.
Jewish GOP delegates cite Israel and style in backing TrumpIn Cleveland for GOP convention, Jewish delegates explain why they are backing Donald Trump.