Not a Cymbalist: Helga Weiss-Hoskova at home in Prague in front of one of her pieces of art.

74 Years After Terezin, This Survivor Is Still Drawing What She Sees

Helga Weiss-Hoskova was deported with her family to the Terezin concentration camp in 1941. Amidst the suffering and death, she started drawing. At 85, she’s still at it.


For Orthodox, Addiction Is Unspoken Problem

Education about substance abuse doesn’t really exist for a large population of Jews at risk. Orthodox teens say they face a stigma against talking about risk and getting help.


Breast Cancer Panel May Force Women To Pay for Mammography Screenings

New government breast cancer guidelines downgrade the value of screening women under 50. That could mean higher costs for millions of women with higher risks of carrying the BRCA mutations — like Ashkenazi Jews.


Fact-Checking the Flame Throwers on Both Sides of Iran Deal

The rift between President Obama and many leaders of the organized Jewish community over the Iran nuclear deal is out in the open. Here are the facts behind the acrimony on both sides.

Guarded: Students at the University of California, Berkeley stage a mock Israeli checkpoint in protest of Israeli policies.

Anti-Semitism Czar Doubles Down on 'Delegitimizing Israel' Definition

The State Department is doubling down on its policy of defining ‘delegitimization of Israel’ as a form of anti-Semitism, but sought to stay out of a raging debate over whether the definition should be used in the U.S.