The publication promoted Holocaust denial and anti-Semitic blood libel claims and published columns justifying rape.
A Brooklyn Hasidic newspaper left faces of the female victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre out of a front page spread on the tragedy.
No one can say Jared Kushner isn’t loyal.
The Denver Post has maintained civic engagement in ordinary times as well as those of extraordinary pain. Why deplete such a rich resource?
A group of investors led by a former Chicago alderman has purchased the Sun-Times newspaper.
The German newspaper, the Berliner Zeitung, referred to Ivanka Trump with a phrase that translates to “first whisperer.”
The Israeli newspaper magnate Arnon Mozes has been swept into the anti-corruption investigation against Netanyahu.
After three Jewish newspapers came out to endorse Donald Trump this week, Hillary Clinton got a pre-Shabbat declaration of support in the pages of Der Yid, a Brooklyn weekly that serves the Satmar Hasidic community.
The Palestinian administration in the occupied West Bank shut down the local office of a pan-Arab newspaper this week after accusing it of “offensive” reporting on Palestinian security coordination with Israel, officials said.
The abrupt layoff of all editorial staffers at Philadelphia’s Jewish Exponent, the second-oldest Jewish newspaper in America, has highlighted the dire situation of local Jewish publications struggling to stay afloat.