Ukraine's first Sochi Paralympics medalist dedicates bronze to country's independence, urges peace with Russia.
Documentary by Russian-Israeli director Alexander Gentelev tells a weird tale of dispossession and rot.
The athletes at Sochi put on a dazzling show. Here are the highlights, from skating whiz kids to 13-time winners.
The band was attacked by Russian security forces while performing underneath a sign promoting the Sochi Winter Olympic Games.
Ukrainian team officials, athletes hold minute's silence to honor victims of violence.
Delegation hopes Virgil Vandeput, who represents Israel but lives in Belgium, will recovery by Saturday.
Members of the minority community demonstrate at the Russian embassy, recalling the 1864 massacre in their erstwhile capital.
Russian president's attendance in Sochi events pushes games to the top of the news agenda, given his administration's controversies.
Charlie White and Meryl Davis become first Americans to win the Olympic ice dance title.
7,000 kosher meals, 12 rabbinical interns flown in to help serve Jewish guests of Sochi games.
Campaign by rights group urges athletes to speak out against Russian policy, but no success thus far.
Japanese teenager Yuzuru Hanyu won the men's Olympic figure skating title scoring 280.09 points.
Alexei Bychenko will compete in the finals on Friday after succeeding in the men's short program.
Lebanese minister calls on Olympic committee to investigate Jackie Chamoun; social media campaign supporting skier already underway.
Anonymously created memes superimpose 'Girls' star Zosia Mamet's face onto shots of different athletes.
In the Sochi spotlight, Russia’s anti-gay blitz has drawn international scrutiny. But some Jewish groups have their eye on troubling developments in Uganda.
Amid the fanfare of Sochi 2014, Haaretz celebrates the top Jewish achievements in the storied 118-year history of the modern Olympic and Paralympic Games.
He grew up in Israel, served in the IDF, lives abroad only to improve his ability and urges his skating partner to learn Hebrew. Evgeni Krasnopolski is realizing his dream at the Winter Olympics but hopes to see Israel 'producing athletes, not only importing them like cars.’
Evgeni Krasnopolski and Andrea Davidovich set their sights on Israel's first ever medal at the Winter Olympics.
The audience is divided over the 15-year-old Russian figure skater's choice of music – and iconic red costume.
Athlete finished fourth in his heat, 0.8 seconds away from advancing at the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Jews rejoice that they can raise prayerful voices in Russia, once the land of the pogrom.
As a wide range of topics continue to parade through the Sochi limelight, it appears that the most important issues have slipped beneath the world's radar.
World's eyes turn to sport as Winter Games hit stride.
The Israeli delegation is only sending a five-member team, but the American team does have some young Jewish stars worth keeping an eye on.