As France decides on whether to recognize a Palestinian state, a spotlight shines on a foreign minister with Jewish roots who will help decide the vote.
EDITORIAL: In the wake of the violence in Ferguson the saddest lesson might be how little difference it makes that we have a black president.
Reuven Rivlin just did the one thing Israel’s president doesn’t usually do: He publicly, and vehemently, opposed a bill endorsed by Benjamin Netanyahu. Why?
As Jews, we believe that all lives matter. So aren’t we obligated to speak out against the system of violence that led to the killing of Michael Brown?
Ted Cruz and Sheldon Adelson’s whirlwind tour this week provided a revealing glimpse at the changing landscape of New York Jewish politics, J.J. Goldberg writes.
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