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Bank opens Los Angeles office.
A new study conducted by an Israeli organization found that women make up only 10% of the Israeli hi-tech employee sector in the Valley, reflecting perhaps the sad reality of today's work force.
The mayor was in Israel this week leading a five-day American Jewish Committee Project Interchange bipartisan delegation of five US mayors.
David Rosenkrantz was killed on Sept. 28, 1944 by German machine-gun fire during Operation Market Garden in the Netherlands, a fierce battle chronicled in the 1977 film “A Bridge Too Far.”
By PALOMA ESQUIVEL AND LAURA NEWBERRY/LOS ANGELES TIMES
He is survived by his wife, 'Los Angeles Times' editor Laurie Ochoa, and two children.
On Friday, the Forward reported that Myers was stepping down from his post as president and CEO of the Manhattan-based organization at the end of August in order to move back to Los Angeles.
By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN/JTA
The lyrics in question are from the song "Flock of Vultures" in which the singer compares Jews to the predatory bird.
By JACOB GOFF KLEIN
During the War of Independence, 4,922 volunteers from 59 countries joined Machal (the Hebrew acronym for volunteers from abroad), 123 of whom fell in the line of duty.
By TOM TUGEND
President Reuven Rivlin makes the trip against the backdrop of the recent rift in relations between Israel and Diaspora Jewry, as well his concerns about the resurgence of antisemitism world-wide.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
"I do not have any hope left for the future of Europe," wrote Einstein.
By EYTAN HALON
With the suspect of last year's wave of bomb threats currently behind bars, who is behind the scares now?
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Yad Labanim serves the families of fallen IDF soldiers, like American lone soldier Max Steinberg.
By GUEST POST
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