The millennial activism that has spawned IfNotNow stems not from the hopes that Obama inspired, but from disillusionment with what he failed to achieve.
Netanyahu, who will soon visit Washington to huddle with Donald Trump, has expressed no genuine concern over this growing rift between the majority of American Jews who support a two-state solution and his conservative pro-settlement government.
For his entire presidency, Barack Obama has made clear not just his tolerance for, but also the importance of, debate. So members of Woodmont Country Club should respect the president by voting on whether to extend an invitation to him.
Schrager, the founder of Manhattan’s famous Studio 54 nightclub, served almost two years in federal prison after being judged guilty on charges of tax evasion back in 1980
The stars are saying their final goodbyes to the Obamas.
The near-omission of feminist concerns was not surprising, as feminism itself has lost its spot in The Narrative.
Obama has a sizable task in inspiring hope in the American people during his farewell speech. Perhaps a return to roots — communally, geographically and ideologically — will help.
Three former Barack Obama staffers have created a company to combat Donald Trump with a podcast and unfiltered updates that bypass traditional media and reach out to their audience directly.
After seven years as dean of Harvard Law School, Martha Minow, a noted legal scholar, expert in human rights and a leader in Jewish causes, will step down at the end of the academic year.
Last month, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued two public statements. When the United Nations Security Council passed a resolution criticizing settlements, Netanyahu attacked it for not condemning Syria. When Secretary of State John Kerry defended the Obama administration’s decision to let the resolution pass, Netanyahu attacked him for not sufficiently condemning the Palestinians.