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.
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.
This week’s New Yorker cover taps into the visual similarities between two very different types of Brooklyn dwellers: Hasidic Jews and hipsters.
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