Jewish-German designer Diane Von Furstenberg and her media mogul husband Barry Diller could not handle the death of their Jack Russell Terrier; Shannon, after all, was one-of-a-kind. She lived in a custom-made, neoclassical doghouse. To solve the tiny problem of death and the fleetingness of life, they decided to clone her. Odd, because Von Furstenberg’s parents were Holocaust survivors. She talks often about how they inspired her zest for life and success. Now she’s a eugenicist?
President Obama has promoted the first openly transgender person to work in the West Wing to be the White House’s top liaison to the LGBT community.
It’s March 14 so it’s time to pig out on pie in honor of Pi Day. It’s a day to celebrate the mathematical constant number Pi, which you all remember from 6th grade geometry.
Simon & Schuster announced Thursday that it will publish Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s first book since becoming supreme court justice titled “My Own Words”.
California officials fine porn star James Deen’s production company $77,875 for condom violations.
The Donald Trump campaign is creating some comedy gold and Saturday Night Live is reaping the benefits.
Josh Block of The Israel Project reportedly made derogatory comments about Palestinian journalist Rula Jebreal in an email exchange with a Voice of America producer that was laced with sexist overtones. The Intercept obtained the emails through a FOIA request made by the Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy.
You read that headline right. For some people, the ability to record videos on smart phones at any moment is not necessarily a good thing.
Over the weekend, Iran held its first parliamentary election since the nuclear deal and it looks like reformists are coming out on top.
The 88th annual Academy Awards are on Sunday and Jews will be making quite the appearance in the three-hour special: as nominees, presenters and plotlines.