|Jerusalem terror attack victims awarded $9 million in damages from IranSAN DIEGO — A San Diego federal court on Tuesday ordered the Iranian Defense Ministry to pay $9 million in damages to victims of a 1997 double...read more...|
|New go-to place for Israeli fugitives? MoroccoMOROCCO — Surrounded by dozens of adoring followers at his grandson’s wedding this summer, Eliezer Berland looked like any other Hasidic...read more...|
|Delay in launch of nukes deal gives Iran an edge, some sayWASHINGTON — There’s the six-month interim deal on Iran’s nuclear program that trades some sanctions relief for a freeze on...read more...|
|French forensic tests: Arafat not poisonedPARIS — Yasser Arafat was not poisoned, according to a French-administered test of the late Palestinian leader’s remains, casting doubt...read more...|
|Reform biennial opening to outsiders in bid to revitalize movementNEW YORK — First there was the Conservative movement’s October biennial conference, billed as “The conversation of the century...read more...|
Ex-coach to look at Jews’ contribution to basketball
Check the rosters of the 30 NBA teams, and you’ll find only a couple of Jewish guys among them.
It’s surprising, if not mind-...read more...
On way to Tigers post, Ausmus earned his managing stripes in Israel
BALTIMORE – Almost from the moment they met him, several officials and players with Israel’s national baseball...read more...
Israeli expat places third in World Series of Poker
LAS VEGAS — Israel native Amir Lehavot finished in third place in the World Series of Poker, taking home about $3.7...read more...
Tigers pick Brad Ausmus, Israel’s manager in WBC bid, as new skipper
NEW YORK — Brad Ausmus, who managed the Israeli national team’s bid for the World Baseball Classic, was named...read more...