The card, disseminated during a College Republicans party, featured Adolf Hitler and had the words “my love 4 u burns like 6,000 Jews.”
Senator Charles Schumer didn’t mince words on how the confirmation of Jeff Sessions as attorney general made him feel: physically ill.
“If you think one man can tear this world apart, you’re out of your motherf‑‑‑ing mind. It’s on us to keep this s‑‑‑ together. F‑‑‑ that man.”
For those who want a real life superhero, “Simon Says: Nazi Hunter” may be your comic book answer.
Anti-Semitic activity reached a record high in 2016, reports the Community Security Trust (CST), a British charity that protects Jews from anti-Semitism. It has documented the number of anti-Semitic incidents in England since 1984 but 2016, with 1,309 reported incidents, saw a 36% spike from 2015 and broke the record for the most Jewish hate crimes.
President Donald Trump takes prostate medication to promote hair growth, changes the paper on the examining table himself and other tidbits from First Doctor Harold Bornstein.
On your next shopping trip you may notice a change in Ralph Lauren’s brand—or perhaps a reversion to the old Ralph Lauren look.
Archeologists from Tel Aviv University claim to have found the ruins of King Solomon’s copper mines in the Tinma Valley, Israel.
Like many of the tech-moguls, Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, is outspoken about his disapproval of President Donald Trump. But his executive counterpart, Sheryl Sandberg, remains unusually quiet.
Temple B’Nai Israel in Victoria, Texas offered its key to its Muslim neighbors this past weekend after Victoria Islamic Center burned down on Saturday.