The Australian Jewish News has denied sacking a senior journalist who helped the royal commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse by supplying a damaging text message from a senior rabbi.
NEW YORK – The head of France’s largest Jewish organization called on Americans to combat online hate speech in an advertisement in the New York Times Monday.
Decorated war veteran and former CIA director David Petraeus has entered into an agreement with federal prosecutors in which he would plead guilty to a misdemeanor charge for mishandling classified information.
Moscow – A Russian lawyer for Edward Snowden said on Tuesday the fugitive former U.S. spy agency contractor who leaked details of the government’s mass surveillance programs was working with American and German lawyers to return home.
Responding to numerous complaints from women, a religious advocacy group in Israel is urging the Chief Rabbinate to regulate an obscure Jewish “spitting” rite.
TRENTON — A Brooklyn man, testifying in the trial of a Lakewood rabbi accused of ordering beatings to extract Jewish divorces, described how he and his roomate were awakened and beaten for hours.
Attorney Marc Zell, Co-Chair of Republicans Abroad Israel, said Tuesday that the harsh statements by US President Barack Obama ahead of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s speech before the two houses of Congress indicate that Obama is under pressure.
Saudi Arabia authorities say Christopher Cramer killed himself, but his nephew and lawyer say he may have been slain for threatening a lucrative arms deal.
WILSON, N.C. — The FBI and Wilson County authorities are investigating the theft of an estimated $4 million worth of gold reportedly stolen during an armed robbery along Interstate 95 near Wilson Sunday evening, the sheriff’s office says.
According to a report published by The New York Times Monday night, Hillary Clinton exclusively used personal email while acting as Secretary of State, a possible violation federal record-keeping laws.