The war hero’s real injury was a less intimate matter.
Lerner’s “The Topeka School” and Snyder’s “No Visible Bruises” are among The Times’s picks.
Baron Cohen dragged Mark Zuckerberg for failing to silence bigotry on Facebook.
When Nicholas Meyer sent Sherlock Holmes on the trail of the “Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” he thought his book might be timely. He had no idea.
Netanyahu may be one step closer to his political end or even to jail; the country will have to pick up the pieces after he’s gone.
Hill said that the theories about George Soros are “the new ‘Protocols of the Elders of Zion.’”
Fiona Hill felt that Alexander Vindman didn’t have the “antenna” to navigate a process that had been politicized by Trump and his administration.
Extinction Rebellion co-founder Roger Hallam called the Holocaust “almost another normal event.”
“I would have loved to have been a dancer, I would love to have been a singer. At this age, all of a sudden, I’m given a chance to pursue it.”
“Trust Exercise,” “The Yellow House,” and “Baron Wenckheim’s Homecoming” all won big.
Netanyahu will fight tooth and nail, smearing anyone he suspects of threatening his hold on power.
Legally, it seems like Netanyahu can still remain as prime minister while fighting his charges. But politically? That’s another question altogether.
The Torahs were being stored in the garage in preparation for burial in the synagogue’s cemetery.
Netanyahu is the first sitting prime minister to be accused of bribery. The decision will play a key role in likely upcoming Israeli elections.
Time spent around the table can be difficult for people with eating disorders to tolerate.
“It’s almost like we found a child,” said the rabbi of the synagogue that has the Torah in safekeeping.
The survey found that roughly one in four Europeans harbor anti-Semitic attitudes
Sanders also called the situation in the Gaza Strip “unsustainable,” citing high levels of unemployment.