Mohammed Abukhdeir’s cousin Kefah remembers him as a teenager with a great sense of humor. He was tortured and killed in 2014.
“In the last 100 years, the number of native Ladino speakers has declined rapidly.”
Helping people who are not Jews feel that they truly belong in Jewish communities is the challenge of our time.
One of Jewish America’s oldest social justice organizations is celebrating its 120th year, but it can still keep up with the hip, young nonprofits.
Pamela Karlan said that Trump’s views on foreign intervention in U.S. elections “are the antithesis of what our framers committed to.”
When illiteracy becomes a virtue, and students who seek to learn are ostracized and shamed, something is very wrong.
Why won’t Bernie Sanders condemn anti-Semitism from Linda Sarsour?
Here’s what you need to know about House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler as he begins overseeing the impeachment investigation.
“The Falconer” is one of 2019’s most enjoyable novels. Its author has a long history with Jewish New York.
“People are eating less meat at home, but when they go out, they want the experience of treating themselves to the best meat they can find.”
Soon I will lie down in a JCC parking lot and wait for a man or the elements to take me.
The judge cited the Talmud in pronouncing sentence on Rabbi Daniel Greer.
Join us at a special open house at the Museum at Eldridge Street for a chance to view “Pressed: Images from the Jewish Daily Forward.”
Join Yiddish Forward editor Rukhl Schaechter, where she will lead a discussion December 24.
The differences between white and black Democrats are deeply rooted in history.
The Organization of Bergen-Belsen Survivors in Israel asked a Tel Aviv court to halt the sale, calling it “trade in the Holocaust.”
A former leader of the American Nazi Party, Arthur Jones got a quarter of the vote last time he ran for this Congressional seat in Illinois.
The synagogue and cultural center said the vandalism contained a swastika and anti-Semitic language.