A Yiddish class inspires a project that recalls the city as it once was.
A pro-Israel PAC spent $2 million to help elect Shontel Brown, a moderate Democrat.
Herzl Camp is one of a string of camps nationwide that saw COVID outbreaks in July as case numbers surged in the U.S.
Court sessions requiring the defendant’s presence will be limited to about two hours a day in connection with his age.
Israel’s improbable quest for an Olympic medal in baseball ended Tuesday.
“Some experiences are so ravaging, they seem almost to enter us from an impersonal source, like an invasion — disease, disaster.”
During the war, Mildred and Arvid Harnack plotted sabotage and facilitated the escape of Jews.
Many stores boast mezuzahs, a relic of a time when many local shopkeepers were Jewish. Now, about a third of Jewish residents are Israeli.
John Bennett on Friday posted on the party’s Facebook page a photo of a yellow star labeled “Unvaccinated.”
The British government has approved a contested plan for a prominent Holocaust memorial center outside Parliament in London.
Two major Jewish organizations are working together to play a stronger role in fighting antisemitism on campus.
“[I]t’s occupied land not Israel,” one of many critical social media users wrote.
Is “Heal Hitler” more than just a provocative title?
Simhah Viterbo was following “a long tradition of Italian Jewish women who made splendid textiles for their synagogues.”
“Why,” I asked, trying to match his sassy tone. “Because I’m from New York?”
“No,” he said. “Because you’re Jewish.”