Memories of the 6 million murdered by the Nazis informs the debate about Iran's nuclear ambitions.
New research from an Oxford University scholar shows 60,000 Americans live in Jewish West Bank settlements.
Frazier Glenn Cross, 74, a former senior member of the Ku Klux Klan, is representing himself at the trial.
Israel's Defense Minister approved the jailing of an 18-year-old to six months without trial.
A Palestinian home is firebombed. Gay paraders are stabbed. What has happened to Israel's tradition of tolerance?
The city council upheld a more than decade-old ban on "Stolpersteine," a project of German artist Gunter Demnig.
Seven decades after the end of WWII and the Holocaust, the competition comes to Germany for the first time.
Oskar Groening admits that "the events of Auschwitz, the mass murders, were known to me."
The regional government finalized the name change after residents voted in favor of it last year.
As Jewish communities across Europe face growing anti-Semitism, Spain is allowing descendants of Spanish Jews to repatriate.
A Holocaust survivor who walked this route after liberation joins the second annual fundraiser.
The Veteran's History Project at the Library of Congress preserves firsthand accounts that, like these, show the full scope of the wartime experience.
Israel and Middle East a key issue for Jewish voters, with 70% intending to vote Conservative.
The show's creator discusses characters, attitudes and context before the final episodes air.
Descendants of the 100,000 Jews who fled Spain in the 15th-century will be allowed dual citizenship.
"Seder tonight and we saved you a spot. Don't be slavin', just nosh."
Complaint by Joint List to Israel's Attorney-General to be submitted on charges of incitement and racism.
The report found that a "profound sense of victimisation" has led to some Greeks holding antisemitic views.
Benjamin Netanyahu's speech may earn him praise from the Israeli right, but the U.S.-Israel alliance could remain strained.
The conference follows calls from a top European rabbi for armed security guards in Jewish communities.
The school's vice chancellor called the demand "outrageous, preposterous" and a violation of the country's constitution.