In 20 years, there will be more Muslims in North America than Jews, according to a new Pew Research Center report.
One of the the preeminent rabbinic courts of North America is set to add its first female board member.
All across the country young Jews are working to improve their communities. We want to find those people and share their stories. We’re looking for The Do-ers.
One brave, self-sacrificing and pious man can lay claim to the title of ‘America’s Rabbi.’ Sorry, did we say one? We meant five of them.
Shirley Temple Black, who died at 85 on February 10, may have indirectly helped Masha Leon and her mother get visas to come to America.
Anti-Defamation League National Director Abraham Foxman said that the world increasingly sees a “weak and retreating” United States that “cannot be counted on.”
We like to speak of our exceptionalism, but what is so exceptional about our country, Leonard Fein asks. There is one thing.
Being a Jew is the default identity in Israel. But that collective identity is pushing us toward a ‘tribal’ Jewishness that reflects a tendency to withdraw and entrench against a hostile world.
As online titans compete to deliver instant maps to smartphones, the Library of Congress in Washington is focusing attention on an antique “cosmology” printed in 1507 that serves as America’s birth certificate.
The retirement of Ehud Barak hasn’t cause much of a stir in Israel. But in Washington, his departure is mourned as he was a crucial liaison between the two governments.