What really happened at the original Trefa Banquet
Donald Trump’s favorite candies, Starburst candy chews, and Peter Phillips, the man who named them, have a fascinating Jewish history.
A Jewish woman has qualified for the final round of the Miss Germany 2018 contest.
June Kenton, who calls herself “the UK’s leading boobologist,” has lost royal business after writing her book “Storm in a D Cup.”
It was during World War II, when the armed forces were segregated and I was taking my basic infantry training in Florida.
A Jewish burial society has called for the removal of a London coroner over delayed Jewish burials.
Nearly half of polled voters think Franken should have stayed in office.
For most of ancient history, Jewish life was rabbi-less. So how did they become central to how Jewish law is evolves and how our communities are run?
Hundreds of congregants danced with a Torah donated by Menachem Mendel Levy, who was jailed in 2013 for assaulting a girl under the age of 16.
We American Jews owe a debt of gratitude not only to the Jewish Homeland, but also to our American one.
The image — of red brick buildings and high wire fencing — appeared on the union’s website two weeks ago.
Aliza Sherman was killed in a brutal stabbing attack in downtown Cleveland. Evidence points toward her husband’s involvement.
Instead of rejecting their most important and intimate decision, we could have helped them celebrate, and kept them close. But we pushed them away.
The idea of using boker or or “morning of light” as a greeting is probably a borrowing from Arabic, translated into Hebrew.
Hundreds of friends and relatives attended a private funeral service Monday for Blaze Bernstein, the slain California college student.
The Forverts has begun preparing a special issue dedicated to the cherished family heirlooms of our readers and website visitors.
There is real reason to worry when foreign policy is in the grip of fundamentalist ideology, when political issues become biblical ones.
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