“I really hoped it would happen someday.”
Jewish antifa members rallied against the “alt-right” in Virginia.
“We are grateful for this gesture,” Kennedy Center representatives announced.
Aly Raisman doesn’t think a quiet internal review and a $1 million severance check make up for decades of sexual abuse.
It’s probably not but considering the events of recent weeks, it’s super insensitive.
Anyone interested in Baruch Spinoza, the fate of Jews during the Inquisition or the vagaries of archival research will find Kadish’s novel rewarding.
“Turn around, bright eyes” before it’s too late
Howard Bragman has taken on the most difficult professional challenge of his career — making Anthony Scaramucci look good.
The Rebel, often referred to as “Breitbart North,” was dumped by its domain provider, days after similar firms stopped hosting neo-Nazi websites.
B&H Photo Video, the Manhattan electronics giant, is settling a suit claiming it discriminated against Hispanic men at its Brooklyn warehouse.
The Forward speaks with Reda Mansour, a Druze Israeli diplomat, about identifying as a Zionist and why Richard Spencer is wrong about the ideology.
America is on the brink of nuclear war, the sun is scheduled to disappear, and Taylor Swift has posted a video of a snake: What would our Rabbis say?
Columbia University Prof. Eric Foner says Confederate statues only celebrate one side of Southern history.
We are living in the age of snark, but Judaism counsels otherwise. Sometimes.
“I never thought it had a prayer as a single,” Steinman told People.
— A monument put up by Jews in Bulgaria to thank the town of Vidin for preventing the deportation of its Jews during the Holocaust was vand…
The analogy between Zionism and white nationalism is also sure to please and energize anti-Israel activists. The parallel is perniciously false.
Nonviolence is grounded in a spiritual commitment to being the community you want in the world and a strategic understanding that nonviolence works.
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