The alert, sent to mobile phones and aired on television and radio shortly after 8 a.m., was issued amid high international tensions over North Korea’s development of ballistic nuclear weapons
- 2 November, 2017 A haunting legacy of racial terror: The thousands of lynchings that changed America Between 1877-1950, public torture and murder of African Americans was common in the South; a project by the Equal Justice Initiative, the Brooklyn Museum and Google uncovers the scope of the horror, and why it's more relevant than ever
- 30 October, 2017 Special report: What the Jewish Federations do with your money Research by Haaretz into Jewish charity in North America has found a powerful but opaque machine that turns over billions, but can be vague as to how the money is used, for instance on salaries, and supporting the settlements in Israel
- 13 February, 2017 This is what Trump and Netanyahu will discuss in their meeting (if you believe Spicer) While the White House has repeatedly ducked questions about everything from Jerusalem to settlements, Netanyahu promised 'clear' answers from his meeting with Trump. What to expect?
- 29 November, 2017 The dramatic consequences of North Korea’s missile launch The fate of the world may now be a Cold War-style balance of nuclear deterrence, even if it's not quite mutually assured destruction
- 12 November, 2017 ‘I tried so hard to be his friend’: Trump expresses hurt after North Korean leader calls him old In a series of tweets he also said Chinese President Xi Jinping was 'upping sanctions' on North Korea in response to its nuclear and missile programs