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Chaya Shurkin accused of child endangerment after leaving her 21-month-old in vehicle for over two hours
Local rabbi tells residents 'serious breaches of kashrut have taken place at Roseman’s Delicatessen'
Has the former Democratic congressman from Ohio insisted on an establishment centrism that's quickly disappearing in the Jewish world and beyond, or is he safeguarding pluralism?
Orthodox rabbi and 20-year-old say they were harassed in Dusseldorf and Berlin
Air force said looking to purchase 8 Boeing KC-46 Pegasus aircraft using American defense aid, to replace its aging tanker fleet
Secretary of state says Trump isn't looking for war with Iran, but American military ready to respond to any attack on US interests
24-year-old Yuval Freilich takes the gold in Dusseldorf contest; 'It's the most incredible feeling,' he says
US envoy says unilateral moves 'not helpful to anybody' at this stage, laments PA's boycott of Bahrain summit: 'They make decisions not helpful for their people'
Another elimination leaves five contenders in the field seeking to replace Theresa May as next British leader
Republicans rip first-term congresswoman over remarks, accuse her of demeaning the memory of Jews murdered in the Holocaust
In cooperation with top prosecutors, officials look into 'new information' and search for alleged accomplices, amid questions over charges
French investigators looking to put Gregory Chelli on trial for pranking parents of left-wing journalist, whose father suffered deadly heart attack days later
Army Secretary Mark Esper will come in as acting Pentagon leader amid rising tensions in the Middle East
Curator says communal ledgers that will be digitized are 'some of the most significant documents for understanding early modern Jewish European history'
After US confirms no Israeli officials will attend economic workshop, Abbas spokesman says 'Washington cannot and will not succeed on its own in achieving anything'
In any clash between navies, Iran is likely to avoid full-scale battles and choose clandestine, indirect operations, experts say
Yana Peel decries 'misguided personal attacks on me and my family' after UK daily says she's a co-owner of controversial NSO Group
New Right chief says that, rather than serve, seminary students should be encouraged to study, work at younger age, claims plan could prevent 'economic collapse'
Presidents: 'We must not allow divisive discourse to wreck every green pasture. No one knows this better than the prime minister'
Through June 20, public can vote on projects uniting Jews in Israel and abroad in memory of Gil-ad Shaer, Naftali Fraenkel and Eyal Yifrach, murdered in 2014 by Hamas terrorists