President Trump pulled the United States out of the agreement last year, but Bloomberg covered the country’s contribution.
Congregation Kolot Chayeinu in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood is removing its savings from JPMorgan Chase.
Though the wildfires raging near the camp had burned acres of land on the camp’s property, the main campus was safe
The menacing wildfire is being called the Skirball Fire after the Jewish cultural center that is in its path.
When the shofar heralds the new year, the congregation recites: This day the world is born — or, in modern Hebrew, destroyed.
The questions that we ask on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are not theoretical. They’ve never been. But perhaps this year, we see this more than ever.
Israeli scientists hope to save Eilat’s natural reefs by diverting divers to the Red Sea’s artificial reefs.
— Over 140 Jewish organizational leaders signed a letter encouraging Jewish institutions across the U.S. to support the goals of the Paris …
On the discussion of climate change, Jewish law is unambiguous a when life might be at risk: You are obligated to “err” in the direction of caution.
Trump’s withdrawal from the climate change pact isn’t the first time the U.S. has joined forces with unsavory outliers to defy global consensus.