Legendary comedian Jerry Lewis knew how to laugh and cry
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The presence of hundreds of white nationalists and deadly violence last weekend has members of Charlottesville's lone synagogue confronting new levels of anxiety and resolve.
Judge refuses to end Roman Polanski sex assault case
A Los Angeles judge has denied the impassioned plea of Roman Polanski's victim to end the criminal case against the fugitive director
US Jewish criticism of Trump expands to some supporters
Trump's response to the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, is drawing criticism from some American Jews who are usually reluctant to criticize him.
Israeli leader resists calls to criticize Trump
Israel's Netanyahu resists calls to denounce Trump's response to violence, anti-Semitic displays in Charlottesville
Charlottesville driver previously accused of beating mother
Police records show the driver charged with killing a woman at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville was previously accused of beating his mother and threatening her with a knife
Trump's defense of statues echoes right-wing rhetoric
President Donald Trump echoed some right wing-talking points with his seemingly unscripted defense of Confederate statues
Teen accused of vandalizing Holocaust memorial faces judge
A 17-year-old boy accused of vandalizing the New England Holocaust Memorial in Boston has been arraigned in juvenile court
The Latest: Macri advises against force in Venezuela
Argentine President Mauricio Macri (MAH'-cree) is advising against military action in Venezuela, saying "the way to go is not the use of force"
Strange bedfellows: The ACLU, free speech and Neo-Nazis
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