In second of two pre-Passover demos, 17 activists from IfNotNow were arrested in lobby of the building where the ADL is located.
Passover just became more of a high holiday after a Rabbi Kanievsky ruled that marijuana may be eaten or smoked during the eight-day holiday.
Fire at New Orleans rabbi's home caused by oven's self-cleaning cycle. No one was injured in the blaze and a crowdfunding campaign has been created to help support the family's recovery.
Four plaintiffs, who are longtime members of the association, charge ASA with violationd D.C. law concerning tax-exempt NGOs and violating the group's internal rules.
The leaders of the school’s Jewish Law Students Association blasted the student’s question to the Israeli lawmaker as 'blatantly anti-Semitic rhetoric' that invoked the 'antiquated and offensive notion of the ‘smelly Jew.''
Congressional human rights commission hears testimony from advocates who say recent terrorist attacks pose specific threat to Jewish communities in Europe.
At least seven people are dead and over 1,000 homes flooded in the second major flood the area has seen in under a year.
The information is sensitive enough to justify severe restrictions on Pollard's movement and its disclosure could harm U.S. national security, James Clapper writes in letter to parole commission.
The gathering comes as speculation increases over whether Obama will outline a two-state solution before he leaves office in January.
The Romanian politician has said in a press statement that local Jews lied for money about the number of their brethren killed in the Holocaust.