Among his many titles, Jared Kushner has been charged with one more: talking out criminal justice reform with senators.
Max Temkin of Cards Against Humanity wants to publish lawmaker’s internet activity to protest the scrapping of privacy protection on the web.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration has ordered two mohels to stop performing “unsafe” circumcisions after they were linked to herpes in babies.
The university arm of the dovish Jewish American group J Street called on Wednesday for the Jewish community to take “a new approach” and stop “demonizing” the movement to boycott, divest and sanction Israel.
A San Francisco clothing company is leading a class-action lawsuit against Ivanka Trump, claiming the First Daughter gets an unfair advantage and trying to stop her from “competing unfairly” in California.
Of all places, why did the half-dozen protestors with the Westboro Baptist Church, who usually concentrate on fomenting hatred of gays and lesbians, choose to picket Yeshiva University?
The election of a real estate tycoon to the nation’s highest office has inspired Democrats to look at scores of other businessmen including the outgoing CEO of Starbucks, Howard Schultz.
Half a dozen Westboro Baptist Church members protested outside Yeshiva University Monday, holding signs that proclaimed the Jews killed Jesus.
The treasurer of a Colorado mosque vandalized Sunday said he is buoyed by support from hundreds of neighbors of all faiths, including local Jews.
Veteran TV anchor Ted Koppel told Fox News talkshow host Sean Hannity he is bad for America. In an interview Sunday, Hannity asked Koppel, “You think I’m bad for America.”