I don’t know if Timothy Burke is going to save journalism, but he’s highlighting the battle for local news.
Student delegates voted to begin crafting a letter to college president Sian Beilock, before voting again next Monday on whether to send it to her.
Josh Rosen, the UCLA quarterback expected to be drafted early in the NFL draft, had been berated with anti-Semitic abuse — on and off the field.
In his letter, Cuomo reportedly told Felder that his vote was “pivotal,” and urged him to avoid a “wasted opportunity to move the state forward.”
To disappoint Tevye would be to disappoint God.
The vast majority of the incidents took place in Canada’s two largest provinces: Ontario and Quebec.
Poles came to widely recognize Auschwitz-Birkenau as the most tragic symbol of Jewish suffering in the Nazi genocide.
“Dressed Up for a Riot,” a hilarious recounting of the author’s brief tenure as GQ Russia’s editor, doubles as a guide to Russian politics.
While Gindi, of Brooklyn, has been identified in several news reports as Orthodox, he did not look identifiably Jewish in photos taken of the attack.
Hikind was perhaps best known nationally for attending a Purim party in blackface, for which he later apologized.
Israeli tech played a role in the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Could it help prevent the next upheaval to democracy?
“The Merchant of Venice” was a propagandistic obsession for the Third Reich.
Tamika Mallory’s outspoken support of anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan didn’t stand in the way of her receiving a social justice award.
As a Jew, I believe White’s apology was genuine and he should be forgiven, but I refuse to make this story about him.
The Jewish federation criticized the fact that “the highest authority of our state” welcomed the sheikh.
But here’s why you absolutely should.
A Palestinian journalist, shot by Israeli forces while covering a protest along the Gaza-Israel border nearly two weeks ago, died of his wounds.
The Kushners suspect politics are playing a role in their failing plans to build in Jersey City.