Literary World Says 'Goodbye, Philip'Roth, considered by many to be one of the leading Jewish American literary voices of the 20th century, said he will no longer be writing.
Jewish American Wins Nobel Prize in EconomicsJewish-American economist Alvin Roth and his American colleague Lloyd Shapley were awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics on Monday.
Arab Fury Forces Israeli Filmmaker into HidingA filmmaker went into hiding after his movie, which provides a negative view of Islam, sparked protests against U.S. diplomatic missions.
Jerusalem Within Range of New Iranian MissileIran is set to unveil a “domestically produced” cruise missile capable of reaching major Israeli cities, including Jerusalem.
Jewish American Gymnast Aly Raisman Takes GoldJewish-American gymnast Aly Raisman captured the gold medal in her ultimate triumph in the women’s individual floor exercise on Tuesday
Jewish Gymnast Makes it to Olympic FinalsAmerican Jewish gymnast Aly Raisman reached the Olympics women's artistic gymnastics finals, beating world champion Jordyn Wieber.
Egyptian Kidnappers Release American HostagesKidnappers in Egypt have released two Americans and their Egyptian tour guide after holding them hostage for three days.
Jewish-American Author Wins Short Story AwardJewish-American author Nathan Englander’s short story collection,“What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank,” wins Short Story Award.