James Loeffler, the historian who live-tweeted the Charlottesville trial, explains the meaning and implications of the antisemitism he saw there.
The comic duo’s clip on Jewish customers in a Chinese restaurant on Christmas drew a wide audience last month.
In this new series about getting on in years, Mara Sokolsky explores the unexpected feelings that arise when downsizing to another residence.
Steve Brand’s 1984 documentary about Yossi Klein Halevi and his Holocaust survivor father won a Special Jury Prize at Sundance.
The FBI claimed to “never lose sight of the threat extremists pose to the Jewish community and to other religious, racial, and ethnic groups.”
Jewish Democrats draw a ‘clear connection’ between the GOP blocking Deborah Lipstadt’s nomination and the U.S. ability to combat global antisemitism.
The theory about Arnold van den Bergh is the latest in a string of hypotheses about how the Nazis disovered the teenage diarist’s family in hiding.
The rabbi said he let the hostage-taker into the synagogue after he said he needed shelter.
In 1939, A Munich-baed art dealer forced the sale of a Camille Pissarro painting. The Cassirer family has been trying to get it back ever since.
‘It’s the damn truth,’ Nikki Fried said about comparing DeSantis’s governing to the rise of Hilter.
The FBI is criticized for disassociating the incident from antisemitism.
Joe Biden also named seven new commissioners to the Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad.
Yisroel Leshes, assistant cantor of New York’s Lincoln Square Synagogue, says he’s on a mission to reimagine Yiddish songs.
— Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker, the rabbi who was held hostage at his synagogue Saturday along with three others, spoke out about the experi…
“[I] can lure you to visit with the promise of a knish?” Schlissel wrote to the employee on Oct. 10, 2019.
“I could hear the rabbi asking him if he was hungry, if he wanted something to eat,” the synagogue’s High Holiday cantor said.