The old Jewish quarters are disappearing in Slovakia, and across eastern Europe. With people long since gone, only these places can tell the story of a once-vibrant life.
With the debate over whether to move the minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $10.10 an hour, Leonard Fein thinks we are missing a bigger problem: Even this change would keep people under the poverty line.
Ukraine has a tragic history of anti-Jewish violence. Can it prevent a recurrence of the tendency to scapegoat Jews as the source of its misfortunes?
Benjamin Netanyahu told American Jewish leaders to block the Iran nuclear deal. J.J. Goldberg explains just why this suggestion is so suicidal for AIPAC.