Chicago Bears Head Coach Marc Trestman Gave Up Law for Football Sidelines

Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman talks about why he gave up law for coaching and why he doesn’t think it’s important that he’s the only Jewish coach in the NFL.


Remembering Al Chernin, a Giant Among Giants in Jewish Public Affairs

Al Chernin, who died at age 85, was one of the last of the giants of Jewish public affairs. His death truly marks the end of an era, writes Jerome Chanes.

Jewish Groups Back Away From All-Out Fight Over Iran Nuclear Deal

Jewish groups are backing down from an all-out fight with President Barack Obama over Iran, despite Israel’s strident opposition to the nuclear deal.


AIPAC Holds Fire on Iran Nuclear Deal — Calls for Tougher Future Stance

In a carefully worded statement awaited by many observers, the main pro-Israel lobby focused more pushing for a tough final agreement with Iran on its nuclear program than on blasting the United States and several other countries for signing an interim agreement with Iran that Israel has denounced.


Ron Dermer Faces Big Challenges as Israel’s New Ambassador to the U.S.

Ron Dermer, Israel’s new ambassador to the U.S., is walking into a storm over the Iran nuclear deal. Will his American background — and right-wing ties — help or hurt?

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