Paul Singer, the billionaire Jewish donor who led Republican opposition to Donald Trump, has reportedly flip-flopped and made a substantial donation to the incoming president’s inaugural committee.
Michael Flynn, Donald Trump’s pick to head the National Security Administration, has landed in the middle of a complex controversy including his son, a penchant for spreading fake news — and anti-Semitism on Twitter.
Andrew Sachs, a British comedy actor best known for his role as the hapless Spanish waiter on the ’70s television sitcom ‘Fawlty Towers,; has died at 86.
A prominent advocate of BDS reportedly has a “definite chance of winning” election as head of Britain’s national Jewish student group.
The sons of Ethel Rosenberg famously journeyed to the White House in 1953 to deliver a plea for clemency for their mom after she was convicted of spying for the Soviet Union.
Hillary Clinton campaign aides angrily accused their counterparts from Donald Trump’s team of fanning racism and using anti-Semitic “dog whistles” to win the presidential election.
Could a New York real estate guy with precisely zero foreign policy experience break the Mideast peace logjam?
Jared Kushner reportedly praised disgraced New Jersey official David Wildstein as “badass” for engineering the controversial closing of lanes on the George Washington Bridge — a scandal that has led to three criminal convictions and tarnished the once-promising career of Gov. Chris Christie.
Future first daughter Ivanka Trump tweeted a super-cute snapshot of her son Theodore on his eight-month birthday.
It turns out the creator of a Holocaust-themed Russian TV ice skating routine is Jewish — and he’s defending the stunningly tasteless show against criticism he calls “craziness”