Chuck Winer is a Jewish Vietnam vet, who spent his life advocating for affordable health care. Now he needs a kidney transplant.
The Soviet cosmonaut was in the same class as Yuri Gargarin.
Israel has vaccinated most of its own population, and largely reopened public and recreational spaces.
“Not having that knowledge is devastating, because you can’t go back. There are no people to talk to.”
In “The Spokeswoman,” Maria de Jesus Patricio Martinez’s run for Mexican president is chronicled by filmmaker Luciana Kaplan.
With a staff of two, the creator of the Popular Information newsletter did what the Lincoln Project couldn’t do with millions of dollars.
Noam Pianko, a historian who chairs the Jewish Studies department at the University of Washington, apologized for his ‘lapse in judgement.’
“I find it very freeing to become her because then I get to spend time with Lily, even though she’s gone now.”
We surveyed 11 spiritual leaders about not only what they watch, but how these shows weave into their Torah teachings.
It is Jewish tradition to reinterpret the Bible.
All tears that fall at a graveside have the same color. That pain is the same for all.
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Edelman, who played in only six games last year due to a chronic knee injury, had his contract terminated Monday by the Patriots.
By brokering the Camp David Accords between Israel and Egypt, Carter showed that American diplomacy can end decades of conflict, the group said.
UNRWA has been plagued for years by reports of anti-Semitic content in the textbooks used by the agency in the school it administers.
His “holistic cognitive therapy,” developed with colleague Leonard Diller, demonstrated that the adult brain is malleable.