It was supposed to be “the greatest party of 1969.” Instead, it was the last.
Netanyahu claims Israel needs the Jordan Valley for security reasons. Don’t believe him.
“The Base” says they want to start a race war. The missing Canadian soldier is an explosives expert.
“It was disturbing, shocking and troubling, and I am waiting to hear more about how it all unfolded,” said a local rabbi.
Accusations of anti-Semitism “change the discourse, it alienates the neighbors, and it really does intimidate the local government.”
Jews own more than 30% of all major North American pro sports teams. Some are very good - and some are very, very, very bad.
Mohammed Abukhdeir’s cousin Kefah remembers him as a teenager with a great sense of humor. He was tortured and killed in 2014.
“In the last 100 years, the number of native Ladino speakers has declined rapidly.”
“I abhor Donald Trump for the same reasons you do,” said one rabbi. “But I’ll be damned if I’m going to vote for Bernie Sanders.”
One of Jewish America’s oldest social justice organizations is celebrating its 120th year, but it can still keep up with the hip, young nonprofits.
Pamela Karlan said that Trump’s views on foreign intervention in U.S. elections “are the antithesis of what our framers committed to.”
I’ve never done a bat mitzvah before where I end up on a red carpet.
When illiteracy becomes a virtue, and students who seek to learn are ostracized and shamed, something is very wrong.
Why won’t Bernie Sanders condemn anti-Semitism from Linda Sarsour?
Here’s what you need to know about House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler as he begins overseeing the impeachment investigation.
“The Falconer” is one of 2019’s most enjoyable novels. Its author has a long history with Jewish New York.
“People are eating less meat at home, but when they go out, they want the experience of treating themselves to the best meat they can find.”
Soon I will lie down in a JCC parking lot and wait for a man or the elements to take me.