(JNS) While there were no U.S. deaths as a result of last week’s Iranian missile attacks on two Iraqi bases housing U.S. soldiers, 11 U.S. service members have now been reported as sustaining injuries, according to the Pentagon.

(JNS) While there were no U.S. deaths as a result of last week’s Iranian missile attacks on two Iraqi bases housing U.S. soldiers, 11 U.S. service members have now been reported as sustaining injuries, according to the Pentagon.

(JNS) The New York Department of Education (DOE) will organize field trips to New York City’s Museum of Jewish Heritage–A Living Memorial to the Holocaust in Lower Manhattan for eighth- and 10th-grade students from the neighborhoods of Williamsburg, Crown Heights and Borough Park in Brooklyn…

(JNS) The suspect accused of the Dec. 28 machete attack at a home and prayer hall known as Rabbi Rottenberg’s Shul in Monsey, N.Y., injuring five of the 100 or so celebrants at a Hanukkah candle-lighting party, pleaded not guilty on Monday to federal hate crimes.

(JNS) Agudath Israel of America has filed a brief in support of a case before the Supreme Court of Michigan urging the court to uphold a state program that provides for state reimbursement to nonpublic schools for services provided by the schools in compliance with state mandates.

WASHINGTON (JTA) — A U.S. airstrike killed Qassem Soleimani, the head of the Quds Force, which operates a number of regional militias and is allied with terrorist groups targeting Israel, including Hezbollah and Hamas.

(JNS) The United States sanctioned two judges on Iran’s Revolutionary Court on Dec. 19 for allegedly punishing Iranian citizens and dual nationals for exercising their freedoms of expression or assembly, often sentencing them to death.

(JTA) — Harvey Weinstein and his former studio’s board members have reached a tentative settlement deal for $44 million with women who accuse him of sexual misconduct, The Wall Street Journal reported.

(JNS) The Beverly Hills Police Dept. (BHPD) is “actively investigating” a series of incidents of vandalism in the city of Beverly Hills on Dec. 14, according to a police statement.