Fast facts about 'alt-right' Rebel Media's Jewish founder.
President Donald Trump's daughter will also get government-issued communications devices, although she will not be a government employee.
Trump's daughter and Canada's PM join 120 ambassadors from around the world - including Israel - to watch a musical that recalls the small Canadian town that took in thousands of stranded airline passengers after 9/11.
'Women can perform mitzvot and participate in an equal position in religious services,' Sao Paolo community president says.
Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray calls for U.S. to allow a path to legality for estimated 6 million undocumented migrants currently in the country.
Hundreds of people, mainly from Africa and the Middle East, have defied winter conditions and walked across the border, seeking asylum amid the immigration crackdown in the U.S.
Theft during transfer from Sao Paolo leads Jewish women's group to call off exhibition.
Local authorities refuse to issue birth certificates, which are necessary in order to allow the children to be issued Israeli passports.
Alejandro Toledo's wife has Israeli citizenship and Toledo has a long friendship with Israeli businessman Yossi Maiman, who prosecutors accuse of acting as a middleman for at least $10 million in alleged bribes.
The Dominican El Nacional newspaper apologized for mistaking Baldwin's spoof of Trump for the president, but it was too little too late for Twitter users.
Michael Anton is the man behind the influential pundit Publius Decius Mus, whose essay comparing a Clinton presidency to playing Russian roulette with a semi-auto was on David Brooks' list of 2016 Sidney Awards.
Stav Doron wanted to study timber construction at the Island School of Building Arts, in British Columbia, but was turned down because of his nationality. School rescinds ban after approach by Haaretz.
Canada's Prime Minister gave a moving speech in solidarity with the victims of the mass shooting in Quebec City, as new information about the shooter and his motives come to light.
Court documents identified the gunman in the attack on Sunday evening prayers as 27-year-old Alexandre Bissonnette, a student at Université Laval.
The decision, first reported in Haaretz, to bar a group of nine Venezuelan converts from immigrating to Israel sparked widespread outrage in the Jewish world.
Three gunmen fire on about 40 people inside the Quebec City Islamic Cultural Center in what Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calls 'a terrorist attacks on Muslims.'
'Diversity is our strength,' Canadian prime minister tweets after sweeping travel ban imposed by U.S. president against travelers from seven Muslim countries.
Trump's spokesman Sean Spicer says leaders will meet on January 31, the week after senior officials of both administrations hold bilateral talks in Washington.
Nisman, the late special prosecutor into the bombing of the AMIA Jewish center, died under mysterious circumstances. Authorities are still investigating whether his death was murder or suicide.
According to Brazilian police an Italian member of an international socialist group called Misanthropic Division was recruiting youngsters to fight in Ukraine.