“Amazon’s decision to renew its deceptive, ahistorical frivolity is a slap in the face to survivors.”
“Who,” Toni Morrison asked me, “gives out the right to tell a story?”
“She was very compassionate, very thoughtful. She was very, very strong.”
The attack took place during the funeral for the iconic civil rights leader Rep. John Lewis.
One person’s congressional campaign website expressed support for “nonviolent actions like the BDS movement.”
“I remember stories of my grandfather farming next to an Arab Jew and just farming, picking olives side by side.”
“With government money comes government strings.”
The women in Hasidic weddings are separated from the men. This photographer works behind the mechitza.
Whether their issue is the economy, the pandemic or annexation, protestors are united in their desire to oust the Prime Minister.
Organ donors and recipients face obstacles during the coronavirus pandemic.
Anti-Zionism is pernicious in its own way, even when it doesn’t explicitly resort to the anti-Semitic triumvirate of blood, money, and power.
In the documentary “Red Penguins,” a slew of odd bedfellows including Michael J. Fox and Michael Eisner try to save the Red Army hockey team.
Philanthropists Mordechai Korf and Uriel Laber were named in a 2019 lawsuit that accused them of helping launder money from a Ukrainian bank.
“Everything starts at the top,” Rosen said about Trump at the online event, which raised about $200,000.
Jonathan Swan’s agile interview with president Trump for Axios on HBO was revelatory. A memeable face was born.
It is a well-documented fact that China is engaged in cultural and physical genocide against the Uighurs.
President Trump was invoking the beauty of our national parks when he stumbled on the words “Yosemite.” He said “yo-Semites,” to which we say “Hi!”