Hassan Diab, a Lebanese-Canadian, was extradited to France two years ago to stand trial for his role in a 1980 attack that killed four people; Jewish community leaders expressed outrage at his release.
An outspoken critic of the corruption and socioeconomic gaps in Brazil, Ilan Goldfajn will face a series of monetary and economic challenges.
Hillary Clinton criticized the boycott movement last week, in comments believed to be directed at the church.
Jose Arturo Castellanos saved at least 25,000 from the Nazis during World War II by issuing them false identity papers.
Ira Edwin Tobolowsky was found dead in a blaze that authorities have called suspicious; associate says the civil rights attorney was recently involved in contentious litigation.
Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the civil rights group, completed a reversal of the organization's earlier stance regarding the tragedy.
Earlier this week anti-racism and LGBT rights groups announced they would take legal action against social media sites for failing to remove racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic content.
Carlos Menem tells federal judge that foreign embassies informed his government that Hezbollah was behind Carlos Menem Jr.'s death in 1995.
After the death of Susannah Mushatt-Jones, who was 116, Goldie Michelson of Worcester, Mass., becomes the oldest person in the United States.
Hate crime charges dropped against the four teens as police say evidence insufficient that Jewish site was motivation for arson.