Why More Than 100 Women Lawyers Went Public About Their Abortions

As the Supreme Court prepares to hear a major abortion case, more than 100 women filed briefs revealing their own personal stories of abortion.

NYC’s Best Pastrami and All the Weekly Dish

Restaurant openings and closings, chefs on the move, plus everything happening this week in the world of Jewish food.

No Pants Day Comes To Jerusalem

It was a clash of cultures and generations on Jerusalem’s light rail Sunday as some Israelis took to public transit with something missing: Pants.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Who Are You Calling Complacent?

Contrary to Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s assertion, young women these days aren’t “complacent,” writes Beth Benjamin Cooper. Evidence of the new generation of feminist leaders is all around us.


Adina Porat Wins Orthodox Divorce Battle as Husband Gives Get

After more than eight years of waiting, an Israeli woman was freed from her marriage after an unprecedented campaign to pressure her husband to grant her a Jewish writ of divorce, or get.

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