Jewish Cemetery Photo Shoot Sparks Outrage

Photos of two women posing provocatively on Jewish gravestones – one scantily clad and wearing a “Jesus” belt – has sparked outrage in Poland and may land the young women in some legal trouble. Read more

NJ State Police Trooper Killed In On-Duty Car Crash With Deer

UPPER FREEHOLD TWP., N.J. – State Police say a 24-year-old New Jersey state trooper is dead after the troop car he was driving early Saturday morning struck a deer, ran off the side of the road and hit a tree. Read more

Government Watchdog: More Than 130 Ex-Nazis Received $20.2 Million In Social Security Benefits

In a forthcoming report triggered by an Associated Press investigation, the top watchdog at the Social Security Administration found the agency paid $20.2 million in benefits to more than 130 suspected Nazi war criminals, SS guards, and others who may have participated in the Third Reich’s atrocities during World War II. Read more

Israeli Killed Resisting Robbery In Brazil

An Israeli businessman in Brazil was killed last week as he tried to resist a pair of robbers. Read more

Police In The US Have Shot And Killed 385 People So Far In 2015

Police in the U.S. have shot and killed at least 385 people so far this year, according to an analysis carried out by the Washington Post, which examined the race of those killed, their age, and if they were armed at the time they were shot. Read more

U.K. Education Minister Blasts Hasidic Women Driving Ban

U.K. Education Secretary Nicky Morgan blasted Friday a decision by the Hasidic Belz sect to bar children driven by their mothers from entering the community’s schools, The Guardian reported Friday. Read more

Sexual Misconduct Allegations Against NY Rabbi Spark Debate

An increasing number of allegations of decades-long sexual misconduct against a prominent US rabbi have surfaced in recent months, as the local Jewish community continues to grapple with its response to his worrisome behavior. Read more