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Author Ottessa Moshfegh has defied the old adage, “never meet your heroes.”
Many on the left, and the Jewish left, have been quick to condemn the group as a bunch of Blairites interested in furthering their own careers
American culture lies to us about teachers. Educator Ilana Blumberg tries to give us some truth.
Every exchange should be an opportunity for everyone listening to walk away from it feeling as if there is, finally, a way to resolve it.
Trump sounds uncannily like he is chanting the haftarah.
World leader — or girlfriend of someone whose diapers you used to change?
“My father thought it could be a problem for an Arab to go to a Jewish high-tech company. But I really like it here.”
An Ethiopian-Israeli tells her story of perseverance and courage as she makes a life for herself and her family in a new country.
Giorgio Bassani’s “Novel of Ferrara” weaponizes the familiar haze of life in its ordinariness.
Watch Tapper skewer Trump for calling for Ilhan Omar’s resignation over her alleged invocation of anti-Semitic tropes.
It’s officially the Jewish month of happiness, and here are 5 reasons to celebrate.
While AIPAC does have a lot of support, it is hardly controlling U.S. politicians with money. It is rather offering them a pro-Israel credential.
Valentine’s Day might be over, but Dr. Ruth’s advice is timeless.
Whatever their religious inclinations or politics, American Jewish women wrestled with their dual status as Jews and women.
Zhoie Perez, who has filmed herself confronting police for YouTube, said she was outside the building to admire its architecture.
What happens when an interfaith couple opens a kosher brewery in Portland, OR?
Health shares are cheap and shaped by religious values. But they don’t guarantee coverage and the first Jewish one carries an additional red flag.
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