The Indian publisher whose book of “Leaders” includes Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Barack Obama and Adolf Hitler has been widely criticized.
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What do George Soros, Mark Zuckerberg, Rabbi Shmuel Halevi Wosner and the Amish agree on? That the internet is a danger to society.
In the days before storms were given hipster names and the meteorologists were dropping bomb cyclones on it, the East Coast used to look back with dread at the storm of ’88.
Theda Bara, a Jewish tailor’s daughter from Ohio, became Hollywood’s first “vamp” despite having “a bulbous nose, an overbite and a definite squint.”
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The editor of Britain’s “Gay Times” magazine has been suspended after less than a month since being promoted from marketing manager.
Louis C.K. says of the allegations of his sexual misconduct that the “stories are true.”
Though some of the presentation is different, this story from the Forward on June 23, 1913, is all too familiar.