Ted Cruz Seeks To Put ‘New York Values’ Slur Behind Him With Speech to GOP Jews

Presidential candidate Ted Cruz criticized “New York values” months ago, but a visit to the city is prompting commentators to reflect anew on the phrase’s anti-Semitic connotations.


For Parents of Israeli Soldiers Lost in Gaza, the War Never Ended

One thing unites the Goldin and Shaul families: Of the 67 sets of Israeli parents who lost sons in the Gaza War two years ago, only theirs have not returned

The Bromance Ends: What Split Cory Booker and Shmuley Boteach?

For years, their bromance was a fairytale success story — a rising African-American political star and a charismatic populist Orthodox rabbi. But it all ended with their bitter feud over the Iran nuclear deal.


Reconstructionist Rebels Form Splinter Group After Schism Over Intermarried Rabbis

Twenty Reconstructionist rabbis at the center of a debate over whether spiritual leaders should be allowed to marry outside the Jewish faith have formed a new association to “affirm a serious commitment to traditional Jewish thought and practice.”


93-Year-Old Auschwitz Guard Dies A Week Before Trial

(JTA) — A former SS guard died a week before he was scheduled to go on trial for his alleged role in the murder of more than 1,000 people at the Auschwitz death camp in Nazi-occupied Poland. Ernest Tremmel’s death was announced Thursday, The Jerusalem Post reported. Tremmel, 93, was scheduled to go on trial…

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