The group of right-wing Orthodox rabbis called the Forward an “embarrassment” for publishing an op-ed that faulted ZOA president Mort Klein.
Michael Heckle — an atheist Iowan of Christian background — has opened his mind to questions about race, religion and community.
Three weeks after being ordained as a maggid, Jewish educator Phyllis Binik-Thomas has passed away after a battle with cancer.
Writer Jacob Labendz faulted Tablet for publishing defenses of the White House adviser after the Forward revealed his ties to Nazi-affiliated groups.
Brodsky, an honoree in the Forward 50, has shed new light on the “rape adjacent” practice with a new study published in a scholarly journal.
The Forward won three Ippie Awards, given by CUNY’s Center for Community and Ethnic Media, including one for an op-ed on the Armenian genocide.
Forward columnist Bethany Mandel gave birth to her third child on the side of the road in New Jersey on Friday morning.
120 years ago, the Forward started with a one-page edition that cost one penny.
Today we’re kicking off an exciting celebration – and we’re thrilled you’re part of it. The Forward turns 120 this month – it’s a milestone in Jewish years, and a momentous birthday.
“Based on recent revelations about Mr. Gorka’s public support for and membership in several anti-Semitic and racist groups in Hungary, he is clearly unfit to serve in any position of responsibility in the White House,” reads the letter, written by New York Reps. Eliot Engel and Nita Lowey.