Jared Kushner will base his business in Miami and will open an office in Israel that will promote business ties between Israel, India, Persian Gulf.
We are a people whose foundational story is about being refugees, and whose modern experience is about many forcible displacements.
Weinberg’s beliefs were eternally complicated, especially when it came to religion.
Luke Hughes has become the third brother in his hockey-playing Jewish family to be drafted in the first round of the NHL Draft.
A tribute to a man who insisted that his lifelong efforts to repair the world didn’t always have to be about him.
Rodneyse Bichotte, head of the Kings County Democrats, promised Orthodox leaders an open door at City Hall in an Adams administration.
An Arkansas newspaper could hold the answer.
Jews care about the climate and have a responsibility to act.
Ilan Elmaleh’s “Otentik” and similar sun canopy designs are popping up across beaches
Jacoby’s underdog status, as the first-ever Olympic swimmer from Alaska, may have left Jewish viewers scratching their heads.
The Detroit Jewish News restaurant reviewer was a regular presence in the paper from 1942 until his death.
Fox, whose parents are both Olympic medalists in kayaking, had been favored to win. She has another chance for a gold this week.
Akhaimova had the top score on vault, her specialty, among the 24 competitors.
Efforts to take down the resolution include a letter-writing campaign, school board legislation and teachers threatening to leave the union.
Pretend pets don’t have to be walked or fed.
Forverts editor Rukhl Schaechter, who hosts the series, hopes members will view the clips and leave comments about the words and expressions used.