Why do Jews, like Donald Sterling, own so many pro basketball teams? The answer has to do with the sport’s urban roots and the economics of the game. Plus Jews are huge hoops fans.
When Donald Sterling’s racist rant hit the news last week, you could practically hear the jostling at the microphone by those eager to denounce the Los Angeles Clippers owner.
L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling was caught on tape telling his girlfriend that “in Israel, blacks are treated like dogs” to justify his racist rant against African-Americans.
Why do Israelis need a visa to enter the U.S.? WikiLeaks reveals it may be due to their practice of overstaying their welcome, and Israel’s organized crime problem.
A few years ago, someone who wanted to move to the Israeli town of Sderot near Gaza for ‘quiet’ would have been dismissed as a lunatic. But now the town is booming.
Jewish and mainline Protestant groups held the first face-to-face meeting in 18 months. The groups’ move ended a feud over the church’s criticism of U.S. aid to Israel.
J Street has failed to win the endorsement of a key committee as it pushes for membership in the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations.
A 3,300-year-old Egyptian coffin from the time of the pharaohs has been discovered in the Jezreel Valley in northern Israel, the Israel Antiquities Authority announced.
With the Mideast peace talks near collapse, the Palestinians are ready with a diplomatic offensive. Israel’s options are much more limited, and all of them have big downsides.
Jewish charities spend almost $100 million a year on parties. Those lavish sushi spreads, open bars and celebrity guests all add up — but are they worth it?