U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will meet next week with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss peace talks with the Palestinians and the Syria crisis.
Mazel tov to Prince William and Duchess Kate on the birth of their first child! The little guy arrived at 4:24 pm local time yesterday in the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital in London, weighing in at 8 pounds, 6 ounces.
When the news broke Monday that Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge and wife of Prince William, had gone into labor, it seemed that London could not have been more prepared.
An Orthodox Jewish patrol group in London said it would protect a mosque after a rise in hate crimes against Muslims.
British Jews are no more at risk from terrorism than they were before the slaying of a British soldier by suspected terrorists, British Jewry’s security unit said.
Benjamin Netanyahu is changing his mid-air sleeping arrangements after a public flap over a $127,000 custom-built bedroom for the Israeli prime minister and his wife on a flight to London last month.
Most of the images we’ve seen of Amy Winehouse tend to depict only the wild and tragic parts of her life. That’s about to change.
Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky was given a green light by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to pursue his plan for a permanent egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall.
Non-Jewish residents of the heavily haredi Orthodox-populated London neighborhood of Hackney have launched a campaign to prevent Orthodox Jews from changing city planning regulations.
Aly Raisman, the Jewish gymnast who won three medals at last summer’s London Olympics, is joining the celebrity cast of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.”
Robert Singer was named secretary general of the World Jewish Congress, the organization's most senior professional position.
New York University's Tel Aviv program was suspended for the rest of the semester, and its students and faculty were evacuated to London.
British Prime Minister David Cameron told members of London's Jewish community that Israel should give sanctions more time to work.
Police in the London area reportedly are investigating a suspected arson attack at a Jewish primary school.
A London mural depicting Jewish bankers is set to be removed following complaints that it has anti-Semitic undertones.
Tahl Leibovitz spent much of his adolescence riding New York City’s subways – not for transportation or because of the trains’ allure.
Jo Aleh, the New Zealand Jewish Olympian who won gold in the sailing regatta, said part of her medal “belongs to Israel.”
The London Olympics may have “lit up the world,” as organizing committee head Sebastian Coe put it, but for Jews the 2 1/2 weeks offered healthy doses of frustration and glory.
It took 64 years, with a detour to Israel’s War of Independence, but Mitchell Flint is finally getting to see the London Olympic Games, live and in person.
New Zealand sailor Jo Aleh is in good position to win her first Olympic medal as her event heads into its final stretch.
The executive director of Limmud, Raymond Simonson, has resigned to head the Jewish Community Center in London.
Israeli judoka Arik Zeevi, who predicted he would win a medal at the London Olympics, lost his opening match and his shot at a medal.
For Leslie Lyndon and the London Jewish community, it was a minor miracle.
American Jewish gymnast Aly Raisman reached the Olympics women's artistic gymnastics finals, beating among others teammate and world champion Jordyn Wieber.
Athlete updates from the Olympic Games in London
Sportscaster Bob Costas remembered the 11 Israelis killed in the 1972 Munich Olympics on air as the Israeli delegation entered the Olympic stadium in London.
A group of 37 Olympians is ready to represent Israel in the 2012 London Games, which kicked off with Friday’s Opening Ceremony.
More than 20,000 people in various venues in London attended the British Zionist Federation’s “Minute for Munich” program that was promoted via social media.
Under the headline "Indelible Stains," the Los Angeles Times listed “10 Olympic controversies that forever leave their mark on the Summer Games.”
Despite a statement from the head of the Iranian Olympic committee asserting that Iranian athletes can compete against Israelis in the London Olympic Games, it is unlikely to occur.
It began two years ago as an idea by volunteers at a suburban Jewish community center and turned into a major international campaign, galvanizing everyone from President Obama to the mayor of London.
A portrait of the two most prominent Palestinian leaders -- current Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and former President Yasser Arafat, who died in 2004 -- hangs in the conference room of the Palestinian Olympic Committee headquarters.
Jason Lezak -- no newcomer to Olympic glory -- recognizes the difficulty in returning to the medal stand at the London Games.
The only Jewish athlete on Australia's Olympic team unwittingly has been drawn into a racism scandal on the eve of the London Games.
Typically on high alert, London’s Jewish community organizations are being advised to take additional security measures during the Olympics.
Documents detailing a plot to attack Jewish neighborhoods in London were found on the body of an African leader of al-Qaida.
Israeli President Shimon Peres canceled his participation in the 2012 Olympic Games in London after failing to find a way to attend the opening ceremony without desecrating the Jewish Sabbath.
Growing up outside of Chicago, Jillian Schwartz never expected that one day she would be an Israeli citizen. Now the hardest part of her immigrant experience is leaving Tel Aviv—- with her roughly 17-foot-long Olympic equipment.
Israelis and their Summer Olympics athletes are eyeing the upcoming London Games with excitement and disappointment.
Four students were fined for throwing raw eggs and shouting anti-Semitic taunts at groups of Jews in Northwest London.
Israel's deputy foreign minister thanked Australia for supporting the campaign to urge the International Olympic Committee to hold a minute's silence at the London Games in honor of the 11 Israelis murdered in Munich in 1972.
For the British Jewish community, the most memorable moment of the London Olympics may be a somber one.
Great Britain’s secretary of state for culture, media and sport will not join the growing international campaign for a moment of silence at the upcoming London Summer Olympics for the 11 Israeli athletes murdered at the 1972 Munich Games.
The U.S. Senate unanimously passed a resolution urging the International Olympic Committee to observe a moment of silence at the 2012 London Olympics for the Munich 11.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee unanimously passed a resolution urging the International Olympic Committee to honor the Munich 11 with a moment of silence at the 2012 London Olympics.
The International Olympic Committee officially rejected a request to hold a moment of silence for the Munich 11 at the London Olympics this summer.
Former London Mayor Ken Livingstone, who stirred controversy with remarks called anti-Semitic by the city's Jewish leaders, was trailing in a bid to reclaim his post, a final poll showed.