Just in time for the 11th anniversary of America’s war to liberate Iraq, a leading global business consulting firm comes forward with what could be the most telling measure of our success.
One year after an Orthodox Jewish girl was suspended from school for singing on Israel’s ‘The Voice,’ a Sicilian nun drew cheers for singing on Italy’s version of the same show.
When Harvard students snapped a photo at Arafat’s grave, they incurred the wrath of the right wing. Elisheva Goldberg says their only crime was thinking critically.
An increasing number of women are entering their 40s without having found a mate. Despite yearnings for motherhood, Melanie Notkin finds these women, like her, are embracing the lives they have.
When Ellen Bernstein’s title was changed from ‘rabbi’ to ‘adviser for identity and praxis,’ some saw it as an attempt to take the Judaism out of the job. But she embraced it.