Thankfully, Jewish tradition, from Maimonides to the shtetl, offers us some guidance for using food to cure the common cold.
More than 6% of the new Congress is Jewish, while Jews make up only 2% of the U.S. population.
Under the Law of Return, a person must have a Jewish mother in order to be registered as Jewish. Of the new immigrants, 54% are not Jewish.
In a country where “Jewish” is often taken to be a strictly religious label, Sanders is an ethnic Jew, a cultural Jew, and a left-wing Jew.
Leah Forster was once one of the most popular Orthodox comedians in America. She disappeared after being outed. Now she’s making a comeback.
It’s horrible to see every persecution compared to the Holocaust that murdered our families. But wrongly dismissing comparisons is also horrible.
Shatner still feels guilty for not putting a Hanukkah song on his Christmas album.
Israelis don’t agree about whether they are Israeli or Jewish. Studies show that they are divided.
Recent events have called Israeli democracy into question. Just how democratic is the Jewish State?
This crisis in identity is stimulating a fount of religious innovation, and we don’t know where it will lead.