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Pope Pius XII and Nazi camps

A newly uncovered letter provides the strongest evidence yet that Pope Pius XII knew about the Nazi extermination of the Jews as it was happening

Greenland — not your usual economic opportunity

For Paul Cohen, an American Jew who has lived in Narsaq, Greenland with his wife Monika for 22 years, Narsaq’s remoteness is more than offset by its stunning...

‘Jewish’ guide to the NFL season

As the calendar turns to September, many Jews eagerly await an annual fall tradition that signals a new beginning: Week 1 of the NFL season.

Christie’s cancels second auction

By Asaf Elia-Shalev NEW YORK — Christie’s has announced that it will not follow through with plans to hold a second auction of jewelry from an estate that was...

Eritreans riot in southern Tel Aviv

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has asked his advisors to renew their efforts to deport Eritreans — who say they are asylum seekers, but who he says are...

Tel Aviv light rail opens – $5 billion

Transportation Minister Miri Regev led a dry run for journalists of Tel Aviv’s long-awaited light rail on Aug. 16.

Specter of Leo Frank accusation rises again on X

A “community note” saying that Leo Frank, the victim of an anti-Semitic lynching in 1915, was guilty of raping and murdering a young girl appeared and disappeared...

‘Bella!’ aims to restore legacy

Bella Abzug, the feminist who burst into Congress battling for equal rights in 1970, was often caricatured in the media of her time. She was labeled “belligerent”...

Woman killed two days after father and son killed

An Israeli woman was killed and her driver injured in a terrorist drive-by killing outside Hebron on Monday, Aug. 21, the latest in a string of deadly attacks in the...

Jewish campers return to Ukraine

Ramah Yachad, a Ukrainian Jewish summer camp, celebrated its 30th anniversary last year in exile, having relocated to Romania following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine...