A new survey of Jewish leaders shows a split in the community about how far down the racial totem pole the Jews have slipped.
Already big in Japan, the pokemon card of Ruth Bader Ginsburg is heading for huge American sales as soon as it becomes available domestically.
The FBI has revealed covert photographs of a villager known as Tevye colluding with Russian diplomats.
After the general election senator Bernie Sanders decided to broaden political discourse beginning a six month national tour — on jet skis.
Abe Foxman fetes his successor for increasing the ADL’s global reach.
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The matriarchs of the Memeti sect tell the Backward’s Ian Fist about their community’s historic move to Kiryas Shalom in upstate New York.
Mark Zuckerberg can’t understand why the 2013 Genesis Prize judges chose Mike Bloomberg over him.
Taking a cue from Spotify, God announces that He will focus on a pay-per-miracle model for distributing His compassion.