The world has lost a towering fighter for human rights. Los Angeles and its Jewish community have lost one of its most important leaders of the last half century. And, I have lost my closest and oldest friend and comrade. For the last 40 years, my life was completely intertwined...
Alleged Nazi war criminal who moved to Canada dies at 93
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U.S. defense aid to Israel to rise over Iran deal fears
Palestinians drop bid to suspend Israel from FIFA
Hezbollah agent believed to be planning attack on Israelis arrested in Cyprus
Broadcast newsman Murray Fromson looks back at storied career
ADL hosts discussion on coming out and fitting in
Obama meets with family of slain journalist Steven Sotloff
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The handling of the October hostage crisis in a Moscow theater is only one of the examples of a Russian attitude that is incomprehensible to the average Westerner.
Unquestionably, the rescue of the 750 or so hostages did prevent a probable blood bath. But Russian security forces...
March 28, 2002 | 7:00 pm
The New Melones Lake, a reservoir near the city of Modesto, is in a quiet, rural area in central California. The reservoir resembles a river more than a lake as it winds its way among the hills of Calaveras and Tuolumne counties.
The reservoir is a popular fishing area, but in the...