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Rick Rosenthal -- a full-time, professional St. Nick -- sees no contradiction between his beliefs and serving as a spiritual figure who provides comfort to young and old
Bimbo Bakeries USA, which produces the Arnold, Sara Lee, Stroehmann and Freihofer brands, to remove certification, says exploring 'alternative solutions'
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said to reject Netanyahu's proposal for economic embargo on Beirut, during meeting last week a day before tunnel operation launched
Shas representative says decorations a ‘disgrace’ aimed at harming Jewish identity; company says it's trying bring a 'European atmosphere'
Alternative rock group frontman says he became a member of the tribe to help his son prepare for his bar mitzvah
Internet sensation stirs up fresh controversy by recommending vlogger known for spreading Jewish conspiracy theories, sexist and homophobic language
US president hints he may undercut Justice Department case against Meng Wanzhou in order to help forge a trade deal with Beijing
Suspicions that top Huawei exec violated Iran sanctions could force Jerusalem to choose between its growing Chinese trade partner and its US strategic ally
Toledo’s Santa Maria la Blanca Museum sits on the site of the Ibn Shushan synagogue, closed down in the 14th century amid persecution of Jews
Senior Gaza Health Ministry official says Ahmad Abu Abed, 4, was hit by shrapnel in the face, stomach and chest; IDF looking into incident
Archdiocese of Newark named among defendants in case claiming religious discrimination, unlawful retaliation and creating a hostile work environment
The Bronx-born daughter of Jewish immigrants from Russia founded Redactron Corp in 1969 before careers in venture capital and consulting
Amichai Ish-Ran who was also injured in West Bank shooting, sees wife for first time; doctors still fighting to save baby delivered after attack
'Whoever wants peace, needs to support Israel,' Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini says; stops short of endorsing two-state solution or embassy move
Union heeds call by women's protest organizers for stepped up action after woman is found slain in Acre, the 25th apparent victim of domestic violence in 2018
Without indicating what barrier he is speaking of, president says Jewish state's wall is 99.9 percent effective and the US wall on the Mexico border will be even better
Attack occurs near Christmas market; police cordon off area, advise public to stay away; officials say attacker identified, has criminal background
The US has given Iraq 45 days to figure out how to replace gas and electricity it imports from its neighbor before the sanctions kick in
President's first meeting with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer since elections ends in acrimony as he vows to get what he wants 'one way or the other'
Yizhar Hess files complaint with police after ultra-Orthodox men tell him he should be murdered for supporting Women of the Wall