EDITORIAL: The Jewish political world is focused on — and bitterly divided by — the Iran nuclear deal. Jane Eisner asks what happens on the day after this great inside-the-Beltway drama ends.
An 18-month-old Palestinian toddler was killed in a ‘price tag’ arson attack carried out by suspected extremist Jews in the occupied West Bank. Will Israel hunt down the killers?
Barbara Puc was born in Auschwitz — and is one of the few babies to survive the infamous concentration camp. Now, she is the last one able to tell the story.
Jewish federations from coast to coast are coming under intense pressure to denounce the Iran nuclear deal, even though they usually avoid political disputes and the public is split down the middle. So far eight local groups have urged Congress to block the agreement.
Jewish leaders celebrated the announcement that Jonathan Pollard will soon go free. Nathan Guttman traces the movement to free the convicted Israeli spy — and explains why it took so long to gain momentum in the U.S.
A historic Washington D.C. synagogue building will be lifted up whole from its foundation and moved — not once but twice. How will this engineering feat, made necessary by a highway and urban renewal project, transform the museum that Adas Israel houses?