Moscow district court ordered Yosef Khersonsky, an Israeli who heads one of the capital's communities, to leave Russia in connection with his 'setting up without permission a for-profit foreign entity'
David Clarke made headlines when he announced that Trump named him to a Homeland Security position. No less unusual than the Department's quick denial of his announcement is the sheriff's penchant for pins he didn't earn
Built in 1850 as a Baptist church, the building was purchased in 1885 to become the first Eastern European congregation founded in New York City
Only an unmarried couple attempted to intervene in the weekend incident on a bus reportedly packed with some 40 passengers
Several parties in Norway, where ritual slaughter has been prohibited since 1929, support banning non-medical circumcision of boys
Under Jewish law men must agree to a divorce, which means reluctant husbands may prevent their wives from remarrying
Five headstones knocked off of their bases at Adath Jeshurun Cemetery
Charlottesville, Virginia Mayor Mike Signer, who is Jewish, praised a vigil against 'alt-right' protests. One of the reactions: 'I smell Jew'
Tunisian culture minister makes announcement on last day of traditional Lag b'Omer pilgrimage near Djerba's Ghriba synagogue, the oldest in Africa
'He reminded me of my son or my nephew,' Deborah Cotton told Jewish service group in last public appearance before dying of wounds sustained in an attack on Mother's Day in New Orleans in 2013