Could Sheldon Adelson Empire Be Toppled by Lawsuit?

Sheldon Adelson, the right-wing casino mogul, faces a lawsuit that involves allegations of organized crime ties in China. J.J. Goldberg explains how the suit could put his entire empire at risk.

10 Things About Jews in New Pew Study

The Pew Research Center’s newly released 2014 U.S. Religious Landscape Study offers a trove of data on American Jews based on interviews with 35,071 American adults, 847 of whom identified their faith as Jewish. Here are some of the more interesting findings about the Jews.

Odell Beckham #13 of the New York Giants celebrates with teammates Geoff Schwartz #74, Adam Snyder #68 and J.D. Walton #55 after scoring a touchdown.

What If Football’s Opening Weekend Acknowledged Rosh Hashanah?

Instead of being annoyed that the start date of the 2015 NFL season falls on Erev Rosh Hashanah, what if Jewish football fans pushed to integrate the holiday into the opening game broadcasts?

How Naomi Shemer's 'Jerusalem of Gold' Actually Hurts Israel

We’ve all heard Naomi Shemer’s famous ‘Jerusalem of Gold.’ But, ahead of Jerusalem Day, Ori Weisberg asks us to consider how this song promotes an erasure of the city’s Arab citizenry.

Growing Trend: Pro-Palestinian activists listen at a conference at the University of Pennsylvania.

How American Jews Can Fight the Academic Intifada

On American college campuses, anti-Semitism has become politically correct — even chic. Jeffrey Salkin says we’re only making matters worse by sending Jewishly-ignorant kids to school.