JERUSALEM — American Jewish billionaire philanthropist Sheldon Adelson was questioned by police for a second time in a corruption investig…
Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson is a frequent visitor to Israel.
“Within my family, the sense was that if your great-grandfather is JRR Tolkien, you had to go into the arts.”
JERUSALEM — A Knesset committee has approved the advance of a bill that would require the state to recognize only conversions completed und…
— British protesters disrupted the band Radiohead’s performance at a festival in Britain over its upcoming performance in Tel Aviv. Some …
— They’ve tried strongly-worded statements. They’ve tried private meetings with the prime minister.
It’s come to this: An organization which protects journalists in dangerous countries overseas now has to worry about them at home in America.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu’s Cabinet has reneged on a government decision to create an official egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall.
North Korea denies torturing Otto Warmbier, the American student who was detained in the country for over a year and died shortly after his release.
ROME – The Reconstructionist movement has formally approved the affiliation of an independent congregation in southern Italy.
The disintegration of discourse has many causes, from political extremism to a feature of globalization that few consider — shipping containers.
“When we think of Syria, we think of conflict. But where are the women’s narratives?”
Arbus’s work is so compelling because she is completely captured by what she captures.
Carol Bergman thought she’d never come home to New York. But illness and the recession made it a necessity.
Brie is unrecognizable as a Russian supervillain inside the ring.
He also called Barack Obama a “Kenyan creampuff.”
As someone who is actively working to connect my Jewish and gay identities, I know Hillel to be the most welcoming, inclusive place I’ve ever worked.
In an essay both bizarre and deeply moving, Emory University professor George Yancy challenges us to see the divine in each other.
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