The New York Times took a reporter to the woodshed for asking tough questions about a student activist’s Jewish faith. Nathan Guttman says the Gray Lady is the one who got it wrong.
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.
David Brooks is the conservative Jewish thought leader even some liberals like to read. So, Jane Eisner asks, why does the New York Times columnist seem so at odds with contemporary Jewish life?
Ultra-Orthodox men are increasingly refusing to sit beside women on airplanes. That’s because the whole of Orthodoxy is shifting to the right, J.E. Reich writes.
New York Times columnist Roger Cohen explores his family history from Lithuania to Africa and Israel in a new memoir. At the center is his mother’s tragic battle with depression.
The New York Times thinks it is perfectly even handed when it comes to covering Israel. Richard A. Block thinks they’re missing the real problem.
The New York Times portrays itself as an arbiter in the debate over running Charlie Hebdo’s provocative cartoons. Trouble is, there ain’t much of a debate, as J.J. Goldberg explains.
Journalist and former New York Times Middle East bureau chief Chris Hedges says the University of Pennsylvania disinvited him from a peace conference after he published a column that compared the Islamic State to Israel.
Two Forward 50 honorees and one of food editor Liza Schoenfein’s favorite joints made it to the New York Times restaurant critic’s top 10 list.
2014 was the year opera made the front page. The reason? Not a fabulous diva nor a soaring aria. It was controversy named ‘Klinghoffer.’