With the conclusion of its investigation, many are waiting for Johns Hopkins University to disclose its findings and prevent future incidents.
A federal judge wrote that disfavoring an applicant because she is Jewish would “fly in the face” of the Constitution.
For kids struggling with both illness and the pandemic, these camps offer fun and the chance to fit in.
David Mermelstein, a survivor of Auschwitz who devoted much of his life to helping fellow survivors and educating children about the Holocaust, dies
Jake Adams hit a golf balls in all 50 states within 30 days. Everything was going fine until he took a swing in Yosemite.
Buying a Torah can be a costly endeavor. Owning one can be just as difficult.
International tourists will be limited at this Olympics, but the city’s Jewish residents still want you to visit – at some point.
The new day of appreciation will be marked by an online international conference, in-person events, and “Survivors Shabbats.”
The East Asian country was a refuge for Jews fleeing Nazi Germany.
Rabbi Yaakov Fleshel of Emory University launched the Jewish Athlete Fellowship to such success, one athlete is considering becoming a rabbi.