New Jersey Says It Intends To Divest From Ben & Jerry's And Parent Company Unilever Over Israeli Settlement BanUnilever is a London-based company, but its Northern American headquarters is in Englewood Cliffs.
Some Grocery Stores Pulling Ben & Jerry's Off Shelves After Brand Announces Plans To Stop Selling Ice Cream In Occupied Palestinian TerritoriesFans of the socially conscious brand have taken Ben & Jerry's to task for doing business in Israel, especially in West Bank settlements, which are considered illegal under international law.
New Yorkers Cautiously Optimistic Bennett Will Be Good For Israel; Local Palestinians Not Confident Move Will Benefit Middle EastMonday was the first full day on the job for Israel's new prime minister, Naftali Bennett. After a record 12 years in office, Benjamin Netanyahu was ousted by just one vote on Sunday.
New York City Jewish Community Paying Very Close Attention To Installation Of New Israel Prime Minister Naftali BennettThere is a new prime minister in Israel. Benjamin Netanyahu has been ousted after 12 years in office.
Israel's Parliament Approves New Government, Ending Netanyahu's 12-Year RuleNaftali Bennett, a former ally of Netanyahu turned bitter rival, has become prime minister, presiding over a diverse and fragile coalition comprised of eight parties with deep ideological differences.
After 15 Years Leading Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu's Time May Be Up Israel's longest-serving prime minister could be thrown out of office on Sunday.
Israel PM Netanyahu And Opponents Scramble After Deal To Oust Him ReachedIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's opponents on Thursday pushed for a quick parliament vote to formally end his lengthy rule.
Joseph Borgen, Brutally Beaten By Group Of Suspects In Manhattan's Diamond District, Speaks Out: 'My Whole Face Felt Like It Was On Fire For Hours'The mob allegedly kicked Borgen, beat him with crutches and pepper sprayed him.
Israel-Hamas Ceasefire Holds Overnight, But Tensions Remain High In New York City & AbroadCBS2's John Dias spoke with Alain Sanders, a political science professor at St. Peters University in Jersey City.
Dozens Arrested After Fights Break Out Between Pro-Palestinian, Pro-Israeli Protesters In New YorkThe unrest comes as a cease-fire was called after more than 10 days of fighting in the Middle East.
Israel Says It Has Agreed To A Cease-FireThe Israeli government said it had agreed to a cease-fire in its conflict with Hamas late Thursday after 11 days of violence that saw over 200 Palestinians and 12 Israelis killed in the worst fighting in the region in years.
Hamas Lays Down Its Terms As Calls For A Ceasefire Get LouderAs the international community ramped up pressure for a ceasefire deal, senior Hamas officials laid out their conditions on Wednesday for a truce with Israel to end the current cycle of bloodshed in the Mideast.
Death Toll Climbs As Calls For An Israel-Hamas Ceasefire Go UnheededThree huge explosions shook Gaza City early on Tuesday morning as the conflict between Hamas and Israel continued unbated.
Israel Pounds Gaza With Another Round Of Deadly AirstrikesAt least 42 people, including children, were killed Sunday in Gaza, and several large buildings were destroyed.
Israeli Airstrike In Gaza Destroys Building Housing Foreign MediaAn Israeli airstrike destroyed a high-rise building in Gaza City that housed offices of The Associated Press and other media outlets.