Why do Madison Margolin’s friends think she’s fighting with her mom when they’re really just talking? It’s because the two Jewish women ‘think Yiddishly,’ the writer now realizes.
Don Quixote, ‘Portnoy’s Complaint,’ Theodore Roosevelt, ‘Lawrence of Arabia,’ Seventeen Magazine — what do all these things have in common? Michael Oren, of course! Get to know the man behind the controversial new memoir.
Charleston has won praise as a comparatively liberal city in the Deep South. But Adam D. Mendelsohn writes we should not whitewash its celebration of slavery and segregation — or the Jewish community’s deep entanglement with those evils.
Seth J. Frantzman was apprehensive about jetting into Kurdish Iraq, surrounded by ISIS and other hostile forces. He found surprisingly strong backing for Israel — and a lasting bond to the Jewish people.
An Israeli high-tech firm founded by an observant Jew uses facial recognition to help American churches screen threats without turning a single Christian away. Could it have stopped the Charleston shooting?