"Unfortunately, the Campus Maccabees are going to turn out to be a boon for the Boycott/Divestment/Sanctions (BDS) movement."
American churches and mosques are struggling to balance welcome and wariness following the Charleston shooting. Jews, it turns out, are different.
A flock of talented, resourceful, sometimes-controversial Jews have found ways to harness the Internet to achieve fame. First up: The Fat Jew.
An Alabama Chief Justice has compared Nazi Germany’s systematic murder of six million Jews to legalizing gay marriage — and the state's rabbis are none too pleased.
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The Orthodox conversation over the Supreme Court’s gay marriage ruling has been dominated by rabbis. But Ysoscher Katz says that what we really need is a rebbe.
This week, Leah Koenig goes beyond the bagel to her happy place. Her "happy toast" place. Learn about the secret ingredient that makes this simple meal a breakfast of champions!
Everyone is talking about Carli Lloyd, the U.S. #soccer team midfielder who scored a hat trick during the World Cup final. But the player owes much of her success to her high school coach, Rudi Klobach.
After the Supreme Court gave LGBT people the right to marry, Jane Eisner says it's high time for liberals and conservatives to unite behind a pro-marriage agenda — for straight people, too.
What does suffering a brain aneurism have to do with writing a food blog? Ask Jessica Fechtor, author of the just-published memoir “Stir: My Broken Brain and Meals That Brought Me Home.”
Have you ever wondered if science can tell how much of a mensch you are? Talk to Tiffany Shlain!
Some of America’s greatest Jewish songwriters have shilled for product to make ends meet. From Lou Reed to Blondie, meet our top 11 sellout artists!
Joshua Harmon, the guy who brought you "Bad Jews," has a new play called "Significant Other" — and it comes complete with Jewish mom jokes.
One day Gary Shokin and his daughter Kary were driving when Gary blurted out, “We should make vodka.”
“Oh,” thought Kary. “My dad’s having another idea.” But this time, the idea was right. They had to make vodka — and make it in Brooklyn.
"Is Michael Oren wrong? By all means, argue with him. But argue the argument, not the person. Stop demonizing a man whose essence is service to Israel and the Jewish people."