The scientific consensus about climate change is bleak — especially when coupled with rising skepticism among the public. With no action in sight, maybe we could try rain dances.
The Times of Israel, a Jerusalem-based online newspaper, has launched an Arabic edition. The Forward asks founding editor David Horovitz what he hopes the site will accomplish in the Arab world.
Jews are divided into two camps: those trying to protect Israel’s good name and those struggling against injustices. After 47 years of occupation, even finding a common language is tough.
Conservatives were wrong on slavery, women’s suffrage, segregation and gay rights. But their biggest — and most damaging — lie of all is that climate change is open to question.
When Josh Nathan-Kazis went to Spain to see about claiming citizenship as a Sephardic Jew, he was told he couldn’t. Now, he can. But will he?