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Israel offers aid to Lebanon after explosion

WASHINGTON — Israel has offered Lebanon humanitarian assistance after a massive explosion on Tuesday, Aug. 4, at Beirut’s waterfront killed at least 135 people and...

New Israel fund sued

WASHINGTON — A pro-Israel activist has filed a complaint with the Internal Revenue Service alleging that the nonprofit New Israel Fund (NIF) electioneered in violation...

CNN election forecaster Harry Enten reflects on his Judaism, work

By Steven Silver NEW YORK — A native of the Bronx, Harry Enten, the CNN politics election forecaster, speaks with a thick New York accent and regularly drops a...

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Pro-BDS candidates win in two states

WASHINGTON — Rashida Tlaib, one of two Congress members to support the boycott Israel movement, defeated a challenger in her Michigan district’s Democratic primary...

NFL player: ‘Jews market in pedophilia’

KANSAS CITY — Another black athlete is using Twitter to promote anti-Semitic tropes. This time it’s Larry Johnson, a former running back who played seven seasons for...

Free kosher meal debut

spite of the landslide of bad news making headlines these days, the pandemic — as awful as it is — is also making some good things happen. One of them is a new...

Israeli doctors get help from unlikley source: robots

JERUSALEM — Orthopedic surgeons at Jerusalem’s Hadassah Medical Center on Mount Scopus recently welcomed a newcomer to their team. She’s incredibly efficient,...

Auschwitz Hoess’ grandson not the man he seemed to be

BERLIN — About a decade ago, Rainer Hoess began making media appearances to discuss the actions of his grandfather Rudolf, the longest-serving commander of the...

Day schools expect an uptick

NEW YORK — In the last academic year, Syracuse Hebrew Day School had a grand total of 34 students enrolled in grades K-6, down from a high-water mark of 165 students...

Biden’s Jewish wunderkind

By Dan Pine, j. The Jewish News of Northern California SAN FRANCISCO — Aaron Keyak started out in Democratic Party politics as a kid, stuffing envelopes for campaigns...