Does L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti deserve a job in the BIden adminsitration?
Of nearly 20 high-profile Jewish Republicans contacted for an interview, only a handful agreed to speak on the record.
Residents are eager to hear the city’s plans for staving off election-week “civil unrest, chaos and crime.”
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When Jessica Yellin received word that the nation’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony S. Fauci had agreed to appear on her Instagram program, “News Not Noise,” she wasn’t inclined to believe it.
Two months after Black Lives Matter march, police confiscate cars of peaceful protesters
When Rabbi Abraham Cooper finished watching the now-infamous YouTube video in which multi-hyphenate entertainer Nick Cannon spouts a mouthful of anti-Semitic stereotypes and conspiracy theories, he was outraged.
Cyberattack disrupts Israel Philharmonic Orchestra virtual concert
“Racism is very prevalent in the Jewish community.” A Black, Jewish, gay leader speaks out.
The first thing I asked Oscar-nominated filmmakers Amy Ziering and Kirby Dick was: What was more difficult, taking on the United States military or Russell Simmons?