Bourla plans to donate his prize money to “projects aimed at preserving the memory of the victims of the Holocaust.”
Anna Salton Eisen, a founding member of Congregation Beth Israel, sees a positive sign in the amount of community support for the synagogue.
Gadot said last year that Whedon had threatened her career on the set of “Justice League.”
I know firsthand how challenging the healing process from an attack like this will be.
Let’s be clear: COVID-19 is the enemy, not teachers. And not each other.
The case Cassirer v. Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection Foundation regarding a Nazi-looted painting was mired in legalese (save for one moment).
How can the Texas synagogue hostage crisis be anything other than ‘related’ to the Jewish community?
The Jewish artist Tova Berlinski, who described her childhood as a sort of Paradise Lost, has died at the age of 106.
Born Joseph Hyman Erushalmy in the Bronx, the great historian Yosef Yerushalmi, author of ‘Zakhor,’ was a great feat of Jewish reinvention.
Having grown up on Jewish staples like chicken soup and blintzes, Schoenfeld became an unlikely champion of Chinese cuisine.
The son of Holocaust survivors, Aron Kay made a name for himself in the 1970s and 80s throwing pies at members of the establishment.
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.
Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker emphasized the need for empathy and said he was grateful to be alive in a “healing and resilience” service Monday.
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.
‘There’s an invasive species original to the United States. That species is called white supremacy.’
The FBI claimed to “never lose sight of the threat extremists pose to the Jewish community and to other religious, racial, and ethnic groups.”