The new Democratic majority in Congress, backed by...
Austria will not return Klimt painting to heir of Jewish owners
U.S. said to prepare corruption charges against Sen. Menendez
ADL condemns Farrakhan’s claim that Jews were behind 9/11
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Alan Lightman turns to remembering a life in the South
Many Muslim pupils resist Holocaust education, Dutch lawmakers hear
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BBC journalist defends claim that Netanyahu used ‘Holocaust card’
January 25, 2007 | 7:00 pmThis year's loss of earmarks, the spending amendments lawmakers attach to larger bills, has cost Jewish federations millions of dollars, officials say. And earmark-reform proposals could present even more headaches in coming years.
September 23, 2004 | 8:00 pm
As Prime Minister Ariel Sharon powers ahead with plans for disengagement from the Gaza Strip, charges are flying between proponents and naysayers determined to gain monopolies on legitimacy, each side accusing the other of trampling democratic norms.
The settlers claim Sharon does...
December 11, 2003 | 7:00 pm
The regulars who take their morning coffee at the sun-bleached Good Day Cafe aptly have nicknamed the spot "Moshe's Parliament."
Sitting on red plastic chairs and leaning over flowered tablecloths over the weekend, retirees dissected and debated the various new Middle East peace...