Gabe Pressman, an iconic New York television reporter whose career stretched back six decades, has reportedly died. He was 93.
Billionaire David Bonderman quit Uber’s board after saying women officials do “more talking” at a meeting about sexual harassment.
No one could shut down Bette Midler at the Tony Awards — not even the orchestra.
Bill Maher ripped Jared Kushner as an “undeserving schmuck” who has no business running a major company — let alone the White House.
Democrat Jon Ossoff slammed his Republican opponent for a controversy involving breast cancer screenings and Planned Parenthood in their first debate.
Eric Trump lashed out his father’s opponents “not even people” in an echo of the Nazi effort to dehumanize Jews and other enemies.
The death of the brother of Leiby Kletzky’s killer is still a mystery.
Forward editor in chief Jane Eisner discusses the “painful ambiguity” of the Six-Day War in an interview on National Public Radio.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu scored a diplomatic breakthrough when he attended a summit of West African states.
Jibril Rajoub, a senior official in the Palestinian Authority, reportedly conceded that the Western Wall should remain under Israeli sovereignty .