When Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton took to the stage for their final presidential debate, they were joined by moderator Chris Wallace, the Fox News anchor and political commentator who also happens to be Jewish.
Depending on where you are, it’s either fall or supposed to be. (New York has had a week of balmy temperatures, with turning leaves the only hint of autumn.) Oscar-contending films are being released, television shows are embarking on new seasons, and as evenings descend earlier, books are beckoning from the shelves. What better time to launch the Forward’s new weekly column on the best things to watch, read, and see? Every Wednesday, check this space; we’ll have new recommendations ready and waiting for you.
It’s not a surprise to most women that a gender-based wage gap exists, but it can be a shock to learn just how pervasive and enormous it can be.
On Monday night, the stars of Broadway and Hollywood crammed into one midtown New York theater to headline a benefit concert for Hillary Clinton. Predictably enough, many Jews ended up in the show, from Joel Grey of “Cabret and “Chicago” fame, to Matthew Broderick of “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” to the queen herself, Barbra Streisand. In between American classics from Broadway and elsewhere, master of ceremonies Billy Crystal managed to sneak in some great wisecracks.
Ivanka Trump finally addressed her father’s explicit remarks on women last night—in a tidy 27 word message.