After Carmel Fire, Sprouting Seeds, Struggling People

Six months after Israel’s largest wildfire destroyed human lives and homes, Israel’s finance ministry does not have a clear plan or timeline for funding repairs.

Is Ayn Rand’s Atheism An Inconvenient Truth?

A new political ad by a left-leaning Christian group attempts to use the atheism of libertarian hero Ayn Rand to fracture the Republican coalition.


Israeli Firm’s Trade With Iran Proves Awkward for Activists Pushing Sanctions

Israel activists advocating for tougher sanctions against Iran are embarrassed after a prominent Israeli firm was blacklisted for breaking the American sanctions regimen by trading with Tehran.

State Annuls Attempted Sale of Public School to New Square-Based Yeshiva

New York State has annulled the sale of an elementary school to an Orthodox yeshiva in East Ramapo amid tensions between non-Jewish parents and the Orthodox majority on the school board.

Labor Leader, Forward Writer Gus Tyler

Gus Tyler, a left-leaning labor activist and a longtime Forward columnist — he first joined the newspaper in 1932 — is remembered. Tyler died June 3 at age 99.

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