The independent board that reviews Facebook’s moderation choices told the company to revise its policy around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Ranei Mazor’s “Personal Mythology” draws from nearly every tradition but Judaism.
Their transgressions include blocking L.A. traffic with James Corden, alleged cannibalism and failure to form a new Israeli government.
Christians don’t keep kosher, hang mezuzahs, or follow much of biblical law. So why do some observe Yom Kippur?
After a year off, the most fashionable charity event returns with a suit made of maps and tearaway golden armor.
A video of Larry David plugging his ears and looking miserable at NYFW is going viral. But the comedian is actually a fashion icon.
Anne Frank’s diary is the words of a Jewish girl killed by Nazis. Yet its use in schools and history goes far beyond that — and it’s not always good.
On the 20th anniversary of 9/11, the memorial at ground zero was a surprising mix of tourists, mourners and conspiracy theorists.
The Misaviv calendar aims to disrupt our blocky, linear understanding of time.
Aaron Levy Samuels recites his poem, “Forgiveness,” in a moving video.