Jane Eisner had hoped that last night’s debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump would be rigorously fact-checked for falsehoods and exaggerations. Turns out, it was necessary.218
The many years Clinton has spent in public service are the stuff of a deep, ‘covenantal’ relationship with the American people, Avraham Bronstein argues.26
Poetry has become a lightning rod in Israeli politics — especially the kind written by Darwish. Mira Sucharov explains why.4
Lisa Singh’s dad wasn’t a Kohen, Levi or Yisrael, but he was the man who helped make her the person of Jewish heritage she is today.
The day before the American presidential debate, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in New York, working his famous charm on the two major candidates.32
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