Amy Coney Barrett asks how the state would know if bias lay behind a classroom lesson on the “Jewish-Palestinian” conflict.
The bad news? There’s a cream cheese shortage. The good news — bagels are good with almost anything.
Jesus apparently attended a Hanukkah party, but the New Testament does not report any burned trees at the event.
Foreman now runs VBR Kosher, a vegan kosher certification agency, with his wife, Shoshana.
The organization also noted that none of the universities where a BDS resolution was passed has actually implemented it.
An agreement between a nearby Jewish school of law and the state will help families identify the graves of loved ones.
U.S. officials are planning to boycott the games to protest China’s human rights abuses agains the Uighur Muslim minority.
Some of the graffiti altered the town’s new name to its historic one, coined during the Inquisition.
The attack is the latest in a wave of lone wolf attacks in Jerusalem in recent weeks.
Michelle Marie Colon brings Black and Jewish pride to the Miss Universe contest.
Lennon, who was assassinated on this day in 1980, once called show business “an extension of the Jewish religion.”
The Fifth Council District that represents much of the Westside lost one Jewish neighborhood but gained another (and a half).
HBO’s “Santa Inc.” is crude humor of the variety for which Rogen and Silverman are famous. Fine. But why is it so Jewish?
Republican, pro-Israel and with no Jewish space laser comments on her resume, Jennifer Strahan hopes to oust the incumbent.
Why a prayer book for cigarettes? Is it a commentary on Jews who are outwardly pious but inwardly profane? Or does it have to mean anything at all?
Nobel Prize-winning author Mario Vargas Llosa has long expressed his debt to Jewish writers and thinkers. But his latest novel makes us wonder.