Prince William today will begin the first ever official visit to Israel by a member of the British royal family.
Channeling the skills that he honed over seasons of “The Apprentice” (though not the skills of civil debate), President Donald Trump went to Nevada to stump for Republican senate candidate Dean Heller. Brushing off the immigration furor that has surrounded his administration for the past week, he chose to tease and play with the crowd in baiting the state Democratic opposition.
In response to the fire kites, fire condoms and fire balloons that have been sent from Gaza to burn Israeli property in the past week, the Israeli military have carried out five strikes in 24 hours on Palestinians in Gaza.
The career advice department at the University of Exeter on the south west coast of England sent out an inspirational quote in a mass email.
Award-winning journalist and former Forward staffer, Allison Yarrow discusses her new book “90s Bitch” about media treatment of women in the 90s.
Can “Eating Animals” become the “Inconvenient Truth” or “Philadelphia” of animal farming and food production?
Watching a Hebrew play from 1981 performed in Yiddish may not be the most bizarre thing I’ve done for the Forward, but it was surprisingly important.
3.2 billion people watched the 2014 World Cup. And three Israelis have plumbed this compulsion with their oddball lo-fi project — “Kaduregel Shefel.”
The story of Mohammed Al Samawi is a tale of incredible liberation.
What if, when serially confronted with his and his party’s racism, a major western leader failed to apologize or lead his party away from it?