On Sunday, Netanyahu threatened to attack Iran in response to terror attacks on Israel’s soil.
Why does Bari Weiss being called a ghoul equal the fall of America, while government prosecution of protesting journalists is barely worthy of comment
Benjamin Netanyahu’s former spokesman is accused of trying to improperly reward a judge in order to get him to close a case against Sara Netanyahu.
Natalie Portman opens up about Time’s Up, Me Too, and signing that Roman Polanski petition once upon a time.
A Russian troll farm was using its Twitter bots to boost the message of a handful of prominent anti-Muslim extremists.
A new Tweet reveals that Chrissy Teigen has a hankering for Israeli food.
Reading the Purim story in 2018, in a post-Weinstein era, raises many questions.
Netanyahu will likely be greeted very sympathetically by the Trump White House, members of Congress and delegates at the AIPAC Policy Conference.
Why protest fur — at shows that don’t use fur?
When will the Orthodox Jewish modest fashion community create their own LGBTQ-supporting headcovering?
Rabbi Aryeh Goodman is reportedly already a registered sex offender after pleading guilty to molesting a youth while serving as a camp counselor.
Eliza Brichto, who has always hated wearing dresses, could be Zara’s newest and youngest model— for the boys’ line.
“Camp was easily my most positive and lasting Jewish experience,” David Wain, director of “Wet Hot American Summer,” told the podcast.
The flier, which calls to “Expel the Jews to the lake of fire!!!” and declares this is “Expulsion History Month,” was mailed to the center on Friday.
I just am not attracted to anyone who isn’t Jewish or hasn’t converted. When I revealed this to my friends, you could’ve heard a pin drop.
The University of Kansas is finally offering its students kosher food.
It’s nice to see something bad (but not fatal!) happen to the actual worst people on earth.
Since the 1950s, over 1,000 Israeli families have alleged their children were kidnapped from Israeli hospitals and given to Ashkenazi families.
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