The man allegedly stabbed his daughter to death after she planned to convert to Islam.
The Russian president started with a comment about "American imperialism" causing Moscow's bad weather but soon got agitated by Kelly's line of questioning.
Israel is poised to approve construction at Maale Adumin and Ariel as well as other sites.
The nation state bill reiterates that Israel is "the national home of the Jewish people" and removes Arabic as an official language.
Jewish rebels fought a heroic last stand against the Roman army inside the walls.
Pew's survey of the ethnically and religiously diverse region showed many would not welcome minority groups as citizens, neighbors or family.
There were 62 applications in the U.S. in January 2016. The number for November was 124, and in January it was 159.
The perceived wisdom that there is an inverse relationship between education and religion has been countered by a new study.
Juan Thompson, a former journalist arrested for allegedly making bomb threats against a number of Jewish schools and community centers, pleaded "not guilty" in New York.
The comments come as the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party is embroiled in a scandal over its attitude toward Adolf Hitler's Third Reich.
Germany's far-right Alternative for Germany party has defended itself against charges of anti-Semitism.
A Jewish center in Sweden was targeted with graffiti, swastika stickers and neo-Nazi threats.
A prominent European Jewish leader has told Jews that anti-Semitic parties taking power should be a "red line."
Donald Trump and his team need to understand that and the reasons why.
Benjamin Netanyahu ordered the removal of the sign from an Israeli Arab village.
Security forcibly removes Arab lawmakers, as one rips up the controversial legislation.
Thompson once wrote for "The Intercept," which later said it had "discovered a pattern of deception" in his work.
Vandals knocked over more than 500 tombstones at Mount Carmel Cemetery, days after a similar incident occurred at a Jewish cemetery near St. Louis.
In the early 1900s, nearly 1 million of the world's estimated 15 million Jews were still living across the Middle East and North Africa. In some countries, only dozens remain.
For one Haifa microbrewery, stocking West Bank hops attracted an online hate campaign.
Michael J. Bazyler's article for Newsweek helped a grandmother discover her father's stolen Warsaw property.