One leverages their power to sell books that equate rich people’s schedules to slavery, the other is a valuable resource for millions of Americans.
The New York Times’ star reporter understands better than anyone else what President Trump is really thinking.
Cars.com is the first company to pull its ads from “Hannity” amid a call to boycott the show due to the host’s promotion of conspiracy theories.
“I don’t believe in the infinite ability of the reason, or the rational. I believe in it only insofar as it takes me to the irrational.”
Pollard must stay at home from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. and wear a GPS-monitoring device at all times, which he argues forces him to violate the Sabbath.
Who is indigenous to the land of Israel, Israelis or Palestinians?
Netanyahu told British Prime Minister Theresa May that Israel was ready to extend all necessary assistance in their joint war against terrorism.
“Everyone has to compromise,” the Secretary of State said. “So he was putting a lot of pressure on them that it was time to get to the table.”
“Top Gun” might never have been a classic, were it not for Israeli journalist Ehud Yonay.
This week saw a kippah-wearing man attacked, a French Orthodox murder conspiracy and a Bulgarian politician “horsing around” at Buchenwald.
Only six days after Kennedy’s assassination, Forverts editor-in-chief Simon Weber wrote about President Kennedy’s favorite biblical passages.
Rabbi Shneur Cohen went to the scene of the Manchester terror attack to offer his moral support - and some coffee and pastry – to police on site.
Thrillist goes out to lunch with popular kosher food blogger Busy In Brooklyn at Midwood-based Pizza Time. Deliciousness ensues.
Ivanka Trump spoke with African women who were trafficked into prostitution and discussed ways to tackle the problem on Wednesday in Rome.
Are you a JewBoo (Jewish Buddhist) looking for a cool crisp beer to satisfy your thirst and match your personality? Look no further than this IPA.
The Shed will feature a range of performance and gallery spaces, as well as a “lab” for emerging artists.
Could Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump’s traveling on the Sabbath cause trouble for Orthodox Jews in America?
As Trump befriends Muslim leaders whose repressive regimes stoke extremism, he cuts domestic programs combatting said extremism.
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