Japanese video game publisher Bandai Namco released a slew of updates — including a new character, new digimons, training gameplay, and story details — for the upcoming game “Digimon World – Next Order.”
The Dallas Cowboys saw their hopes of reaching the postseason wiped away after Tony Romo re-injured his clavicle, forcing the team to announce that he will be out for the rest of the season.
The Bucs are leaning on super rookie Jameis Winston to continue their streak against the Indianapolis Colts.
Rivals New York Giants and Washington Redskins go at it once again to determine who’s the best in the division.
The fading Atlanta Falcons have lost three consecutive games after starting 5-0, while the Minnesota Vikings look to hold on to their division lead as the postseason nears.
In one of the most exciting and busy days of the year for the online shopping industry, consumers are expected to run into the country’s biggest retailer stores for huge discounts on gadgets and other technological items.
Cars have largely become a huge part of life over the past decades, and there’s no stopping Camaro from providing the experience that many car owners want in terms of handling, acceleration, and braking.
In what could be one of the most heartbreaking attacks in the Pakistani town of Karachi, a Christian TV station has been reduced to ashes by masked men who are suspected to be Muslims.
In a competition where the best of the best is the basis in almost all aspects, Huawei isn’t slowing down as it has recently announced the coming of a phablet that Forbes says will definitely embarrass Samsung’s mass-favorite: the Galaxy Note 5.
Details about the upcoming season of “Ray Donovan” have been revealed.
(Shuttertock) NEW YORK (JTA) – Nonprofit organizations are preparing for a new but remarkably successful philanthropy holiday, #GivingTuesday, which this year falls on Dec. 1. Organizations are busy crafting special campaigns, creating new online giving portals and planning fundraisers for the holiday, which began in 2012 on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving as a kind of […]
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suspended contacts between Israeli officials and European Union institutions and representatives involved in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. The order Sunday comes in the wake of the EU decision to approve special labeling for Israeli products made in the West Bank and Golan Heights. Netanyahu, who also holds the […]
CAPE TOWN (JTA) — A Johannesburg mohel has been banned from practicing for life after a baby’s penis was partially amputated during a circumcision he performed. In addition to the life ban, all mohels in the country will have to be accredited and seek registration every two years, a commission of inquiry into the June […]
JERUSALEM (JTA) — A Palestinian teen was shot and killed during clashes with Israeli troops in eastern Jerusalem, the Palestinian news agency reported. Maan reported that the 17-year-old was shot in the Ras al-Amoud neighborhood of Silwan. The teen had spent 18 months in Israeli jails and another 10 months under house arrest, according to Maan. […]
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (JTA) — Some 1,500 Jews and supporters of the Jewish community rallied along the Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro for peace in Israel and against terrorism. At the sixth pro-Israel rally in Brazil this month, participants carrying blue-and-white Israeli flags and signs, and wearing Israel T-shirts covered three lanes of […]
(Shutterstock) JERUSALEM (JTA) — There is nothing cuter than my 5-year old daughter coming home from kindergarten with an overly decorated menorah in hand singing “Ner li Ner li, ner li dakik,” the Israeli version of “This Little Light of Mine.” The song speaks about the little candle, so thin, small and all hers to […]
Quiet contemplation of the menorah can be rewarding. (Flickr Commons) LOS ANGELES (JTA) — There’s a popular Hanukkah song recorded by Peter, Paul and Mary, “Light One Candle.” Its chorus insists we “don’t let the light go out” — but I’ve been thinking that maybe we should. Not that I want to leave all those Maccabee children […]
JERUSALEM (JTA) — An estimated 15,000 Arab-Israelis protested Israel’s outlawing of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel. Several Arab-Israeli Knesset lawmakers and Arab leaders attended the protest Saturday in the northern Israeli town of Uhm al-Fahm. “With our spirit and blood we shall redeem you, al-Aqsa,” the protesters chanted, according to Reuters, referring to […]
JERUSALEM (JTA) — A Russian military jet violated Israeli airspace but was not shot down, Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon said. The jet breached Israeli airspace by a mile and turned back when Russia was informed of its mistake, Yaalon said Sunday during an interview on Israel Public Radio. The breach came recently while Russia […]
(JTA) — Iran will not enact the final implementation of the nuclear deal with world powers until the international nuclear watchdog closes its investigation into allegations of past nuclear weapons research. “We have always announced that the issues raised about the Iranian nuclear program’s past lack validity,” Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Sunday […]
Britain’s defense minister says the government is intensively lobbying opposition Labour lawmakers to support airstrikes in Syria.
President Barack Obama arrives in Paris for the UN climate conference and stops at Bataclan concert hall.
300 people in Istanbul protest the arrest of two prominent journalists on charges of spying.
Senior Iranian official says his country will cancel deal if IAEA probe into past nuclear activities isn’t dropped.
Honduran judge orders hearing for five Syrians who were caught with stolen Greek passports.keep looking »