As Jews prayed this weekend to be sealed into the Book of Life, vandals in a upstate New York town of Warwick disrespected the dead by spray-painting a swastika and Nazi slogans at a cemetery.
Bob Dylan, born Robert Zimmerman in Duluth, Minnesota, in 1941 has won the 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature.
(JTA) — Drake was nominated for 13 American Music Awards, breaking the record of 11 set by Michael Jackson in 1984. Among the nominations for the Jewish and African-American rapper are Artist of the Year, Favorite Male Artist and Favorite Album for his 2016 album “Views.” The list of nominees was announced Monday.
Jack Greenberg, who died on October 12 at age 91, was more than just a fearless civil rights attorney who famously argued Brown v. Board of Education before the U.S. Supreme Court.5
The new film sounds like a hoot, but what’s more: there are Jews!
Harvard economist Oliver Hart scored a Nobel Prize, along with MIT colleague Bengt Holmstrom, for their work on contract theory, a field they helped launch.
Jeffrey Goldberg, the prominent columnist known for his foreign policy writings and liberal Zionist commitments, was on Tuesday named as the editor-in-chief of the Atlantic, a magazine reputed for its high brow coverage of news and culture.6
Cellcom, Israel’s biggest mobile phone provider, said on Monday Golan Telecom has filed a lawsuit in an Israeli court, declaring it does not owe the company 600 million shekels ($158 million) for past national roaming payment differences.
(JTA) — Jewish actress Arianne Zucker, the subject of Donald Trump’s demeaning comments about women from a decade-old leaked tape, has commented on the footage. Zucker, who was an actress on the popular soap opera “Days of Our Lives,” did not comment on Trump’s comments when the news broke over the weekend, but on Sunday…
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