“In the coming decades, more Americans will be forced to adapt in larger, stranger ways to an increasingly hostile environment.”
A historic black synagogue in Brooklyn went up in flames. They’re hoping to rebuild.
The Festival of Lights only reminded her of darkness — until she learned to live with her grief about the death in her family.
Sour cream vs. applesauce? For one family, sour cream is the clear winner.
Canadian police are investigating a possible murder-suicide in the mysterious deaths of pharmaceuticals billionaire Barry Sherman and his wife Honey.
The billionaire founder of Canadian pharmaceutical firm Apotex, Barry Sherman, and his wife Honey, were found dead in Toronto on Thursday.
Prepare to meet a man named “Young Jeffrey”
Is Jared Kushner headed for an even bigger legal crisis?
The announcements of most Hollywood remakes prompts groans and eye rolls. Yesterday, however, heralded interesting news.
An event featuring Ari Shavit, the Israeli author and columnist accused last year of sexual assault, has disappeared from the 92Y website.
By advertising sexual predator Ari Shavit as their keynote speaker, 92Y shows the Jewish boys’ club is still running the show.
The Jewish practice of teshuvah, or repentance, is about “return” to the right behavior, and it is the tool our society needs right now.
Despite its cultural significance and its “eternal” nature in our imaginations, there was a time in Jewish history where Hebrew simply vanished.
Instead of Antiochus, there was the KKK. Prejudice in the Jim Crow South led to the desecration of sacred space in the 16th Street Baptist Church.
Modest is “festive-est”
Israeli troops shot dead four Palestinians and wounded 150 others with live fire on Friday
“I am not a slave. That’s true,” Hannah-Jones deadpanned.
Chris Smith, the latest American basketball pro to move to Israel, was inspired by Amar’e Stoudemire to convert to Judaism.
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