Everything you need to know about the Palestinian crisis that may or may not be happening in Washington.
Is there such a thing as a three-quarters life crises?
Partisanship has taken center stage in the debate surrounding Al Franken’s political future.
Who was the better shot? Lee Harvey Oswald or Aron Vigushin, a Jewish factory worker who befriended Oswald during his defection days in Minsk?
Michael Showalter might not be the person you’d expect to find behind an ambitious new noir.
He had a powerful message, on civic duty, that rings true to this very day.
Ivo van Hove adapted Ayn Rand’s “The Fountainhead” for the stage. “I tried to bring onstage the ambivalence of this work,” he says.
What ‘four questions’ will you be asking this Thanksgiving?
What was going on in the subconscious of Forward founder Ab Cahan? Thanks to the rediscovery of his dream diary, now we know.
I came to Warsaw because I didn’t believe what I’d been told about anti-Semitism. If the march wasn’t enough, the response to my piece certainly was.
Levine, a successful businessman, says he’s “very comfortable putting in $50 million” toward his election campaign.
A mentally ill Israeli named Avera Mengistu wandered into Gaza and is being detained there. Will U.S. help secure his release?
Anti-Defamation League director Jonathan Greenblatt said including Sarsour was like “Oscar Meyer leading a panel on vegetarianism.”
“I’ve had discrimination or harassment on almost everything I’ve ever worked on in some way.”
“I think that I bring some cultural diversity to the [Supreme] Court,” Rosenkratz said.
Dropkin’s erotic poetry is shocking to a contemporary reader. Jennifer Kronovet learned Yiddish to translate it.