“I understand it as a politicization of the Council,” Krajewski, a philosopher and former leader of Polish Jewry, wrote.
Relatives of a Paris woman who was killed by her neighbor while he spewed anti-Semitic slurs have lost their final appeal to have him tried.
“Upheaval” by director Jonathan Gruber unearths the complicated legacy of Menachem Begin.
I challenge you to see Nicholas Bruckman’s new movie about Ady Barkan and not cry.
One interaction with a fellow blogger halfway across the world during a time of such isolation ignited a spark in me.
The trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd has left us with an incomplete story.
Clarke, Biden’s nominee to lead the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division, touts career-long record fighting antisemitism at Senate hearing.
The Chauvin case, like so many others, leads to the question: What is the difference between enforcing the law and imagining being the law?
The experimental film explores the system and desires that allowed Madoff to succeed.
Hussein al-Houthi’s teachings made his one message clear: Jews are the enemies of Yemen.
Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, a former CNBC anchor, recalls the moments before breaking the Barnie Madoff arrest on live TV.
Say what you will about Bernie Madoff, he made news.
Rabbi Zac Kamenetz dreams of a world in which the trauma of the Jewish past can be healed through psychedelic experiences.
The consequences of Madoff’s fraud have reverberated through the Jewish world for years.
If Las Vegas is known as a place to have fun, its next-door neighbor Henderson has become a prime destination for Jewish families.
During his 2006 run for attorney general, Cuomo reportedly mocked Jews and ‘their f***ing tree houses.’