Greg Liberman, CEO of the company that runs JDate (and Christian Mingle) talked to the Forward about what makes the Jewish dating site so unique.
Maimonides was a preeminent philosopher of Jewish law in the 12th century. In 2014, he’s trending again. A scholarly conference asks: What is it about him that’s captured our attention?
Wall Street Journal reporter Gregory Zuckerman tells the story of the Jewish oilmen led the charge in the revolution in natural gas extraction — and what it means.
The name of the Sholem Alechem oilfield in Oklahoma is puzzling to locals and Yiddishists alike. Doni Bloomfield ferrets out the truth about a mystery in the Bible Belt.
Jews in prison are a tiny minority who cope as best they can with rampant violence and anti-Semitism. Surprisingly, those who are open about their faith survive the best.
As the clock ticks down to Barack Obama’s final decision on Ben Bernanke’s replacement to head the Fed, it seems more and more certain that Larry Summers, the controversial former Treasury Secretary, will get the nod.
The family of Aliza Sherman, the Cleveland nurse murdered in March, has doubled the reward to identify her murderer to $50,000.
Marty Glickman was an Olympic track star who became a legendary radio broadcaster. The Brooklyn native’s speed earned him the moniker ‘Flatbush Flash.’
You know things have gotten pretty bad for San Diego Mayor Bob Filner. Even Hooters is taking a politically correct stand against the accused sexual harasser.