The quadrennial championship was held in the Holy Land for the first time ever, with teams saying their initial fears about taking part have proven unfounded; U.S. claims the crown with dramatic victory over Canada
An exhibition at Minneapolis-St. Paul airport displaying portraits of 52 survivors from the Twin Cities region shows how they overcame great tragedy to live great lives
With less than 12 hours till polls open in Israel's election, Judaism's sacred texts may hold the answer.
National Museum of American Jewish History’s exhibition tells how the game helped Jews blend in.
An immigrant whose life was cut short by a Syrian missile was embraced for her love of Israel and much, much more.
Acclaimed new book explores the never-ending love story between American Jews and baseball.
Hockey may have no iconic Jewish athletes like other major sports, but the likely first-round draft pick Joshua Ho-Sang could one day spell a change.
Gal Mekel, the other Israeli basketball star in the NBA, is getting splinters but not anxious as he bides his time at Dallas.
The 30-year-old St. Louis native has opened a new outreach program in the spirit of the basketball group he already runs, Hoops for Kids.