Chelsea Football Club, which launched an initiative to fight anti-Semitism in sports, and the New England Revolution will send a 30-member delegation.
Russian Abramovich headed Chelsea FC’s “Say No To Antisemitism” campaign. On Thursday he makes Aliyah, as tensions between UK and Russia rise.
“Alvaro, oh, Alvaro, oh. He came from Real Madrid, he hates the f****** Yids.”
Billy Eichner asks the hard hitting questions.
Arriving at the King David Gallery two days after the blast, owner David Peretz returned to a broken storefront and damaged merchandise. Because the Orthodox Jew closes shop on Shabbat, however, all his workers were at home when the explosion happened.
On the surface, the quick arrest of a suspect in the weekend bomb wave in New York and New Jersey might look like it’s brought some closure to the frightening series of events.
In response to the recent bombings, food editor Liza Schoenfein offers a culinary perspective along with an ode to her pressure cooker.
Scares like these will boost Donald Trump in the polls, Jay Michaelson writes.
An Israeli-owned car wash on New York’s West Side Highway has become the unlikely source of what may be the city’s most delicious donuts.