Meghan Markle could be a real-life fairy tale for everyone who’s feeling like a Cinderella these days.
The family’s garage burned to the ground and its home was defaced with “n-word” and swastika graffiti in what’s being prosecuting as a hate crime.
She converted to Judaism upon her marriage to Allen Shawn more than four decades ago, and she has kept the faith long after their divorce.
As 2016 winds down to a chilly close, it’s time to say “Happy 100th Birthday” to Ezra Jack Keats, the celebrated author of “The Snowy Day.” The classic book for children, published more than 50 years ago, is a tender story of a young African-American boy — clad in a now iconic red-hooded snowsuit — as he…
The night of Nov. 1, Peter Beinart clashed with ex-Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski over the Republican nominee’s level of support among black voters.
When in Zimbabwe, what’s a kosher keeping Jew to eat?
Ron Dermer, Israel’s ambassador to the United States, marked Black History Month by highlighting an unexpected byproduct of the Iran nuclear deal: his closer ties with the Congressional Black Caucus.
Years ago, Jared Jackson swore not to speak at any more Jewish MLK Day events. Here’s how the problematic pageantry drove him away.
American Jewish institutions were once a powerful unifying voice for civil rights — until they turned their primary focus to Israel. J.J. Goldberg explains why it’s those groups’ betrayal of us that we should bemoan.
The Tel Aviv office of Mesila — a city government unit that helps African migrants — isn’t a stop you’ll find on most Israel tours.