Conservative Judaism is at a crossroads.
Welch’s is teaming up with Manischewitz to offer a line of certified kosher grape juice that will compete with Kedem’s, which has long dominated the kosher grape juice market.
In the mind of Israel’s opposition leader, Labor Party chief Isaac Herzog, the array of threats in the Middle East these days present Israel with a historic opportunity.
Growing up in a traditional Jewish household, Joan Cubell didn’t really know much about Reform Judaism.
Do you experience feelings of peace and well-being at least once a week? Did God write the Torah? Do you eat bacon?
When America’s main modern Orthodox rabbinical association voted last week to ban the hiring of clergywomen by its members, the question wasn’t whether to endorse women rabbis.
After Marco Rubio’s strong performance in Wednesday night’s Republican primary debate, many Americans are taking a second look at the U.S. senator from Florida. Here are a few things American Jews might want to know about him.
When Joe Lieberman became the first observant Jew with a reasonable chance at being president – after Al Gore named him his vice presidential running mate in 2000 – he faced a host of questions about how his Sabbath observance might impact his presidential duties.
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, a philosopher and member of the U.K. House of Lords who served as Britain’s chief Orthodox rabbi from 1991 to 2013, is in America lecturing and promoting his latest book, “Not in God’s Name: Confronting Religious Violence.”
For some Jews, the cause of Jimmy Carter’s cancer is obvious. They believe it’s divine punishment for his behavior toward the Jewish people.