Broadway composer Stephen Schwartz said North Carolina theaters would not be allowed to produce his shows, in reaction to a new state law that blocks legislation meant to fight discrimination against LGBT people.
The recent revelation that New York Observer editor Ken Kurson helped Donald Trump with his AIPAC speech led to a new policy on covering him.
An exhibition on Israel at the United Nations headquarters will include a panel on Zionism, one of three that the international body had previously deemed “inappropriate.”
Donald Trump and John Kasich are skipping a Republican Jewish Coalition forum for presidential candidates.
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
The lobby of an apartment building in a Hasidic Jewish neighborhood of Brooklyn was vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti.
The interim president of Brandeis University condemned a swastika incident at an off-campus site where a Jewish fraternity was hosting an event.
The third largest city in Canada’s Quebec province was defaced with swastikas and other anti-Jewish symbols.
The Israeli Supreme Court decision on Jewish conversion changes almost nothing. But down the line, it could change a lot.
Donald Trump’s campaign denied a report that he reprimanded his Jewish son-in-law after a planned visit to Israel fell through because of the candidate’s controversial comments on Muslims.
The Supreme Court of Israel gave the government an extra three months to present a plan for egalitarian Jewish prayer at the Western Wall.
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