The Rabbinical Court of Jerusalem has reversed itself not once but twice over issues of jurisdiction regarding the case of an eight-year agunah, and is now enabling her estranged husband to condition his granting of a divorce on the division of assets from the marriage.
Wikipedia’s editors voted Tuesday to take the drastic step of locking the online encyclopedia’s article about the Calibri font.
DUBAI — Four women in pink remain on standby 12 hours a day, seven days a week, to come to the aid of their “sisters” in the Gulf emirate of Dubai.
An American Airlines passenger is speaking out about a “horrifying” ordeal she experienced on a recent flight.
She’s real real worried about cheating.
What appears to be human remains were discovered behind a Massachusetts home during a search involving a 37-year-old cold case, authorities said.
Operators of an internet site selling sexual services were indicted in a Tel Aviv court on Wednesday.
Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Feldman is suing the publisher of the Australian Jewish News for defamation, over three articles printed during a Royal Commission investigation of “Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse,” The Sydney Morning Herald reported Friday.
Communications Ministry Director-General Shlomo Filber is currently under investigation on suspicions he acted in a fraudulent manner to advance the interests of Israeli telecommunications conglomerate Bezeq.