The sneak preview image holds a clue for what happens in the third season.
Zelensky has never held office — but he has on TV.
“Vanessa Carlton would walk 1,000 miles — find someone who will do a subway transfer for you.”
Compared frequently to Balzac, Charyn’s ouevre of 50-plus books include a treatise on Tarantino, 3 memoirs, 9 graphic novels and 12 crime novels.
Lillian Wald rejected the dominant idea of her time: that poverty is a personal moral failing.
The Reform Jewish movement is struggling with gender equity, writes the incoming executive of the Central Conference of American Rabbis.
20 years after Columbine, we return to the words of Dylan Klebold’s mother Susan who reflects upon depression and religion’s role in her son’s life
“Government counsel advised the Court and defense counsel that it does not expect to file a superseding indictment in this matter.”
“The SSzyk Haggadah is worthy to be placed among the most beautiful of books that the hand of man has produced.”
“We did go one month without, but I’m sad that I have to report this.”
“It’s traditional for the youngest child in attendance to read the Mueller report.”
Simcha Eichenstein tweeted that the ruling was “a victory for all non-public school students.”
“I’ve never been to Israel, I’m not Jewish and I’m not a New England Patriots fan.”
There are other ways to air your political grievances than to exaggerate on twitter.
Dershowitz: “I welcome this lawsuit. I’ve been looking for an opportunity to prove in court that this woman made up whole story.”
“Edelweiss,” the Rodgers and Hammerstein song penned for their 1959 musical “The Sound of Music” is not a Nazi anthem.
He’s calling it Matzahchella.
“As women’s vision and leadership become more visible across sectors in American life, their impact is growing across the board.”