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The comic book-reading part of the Internet convulsed when the first volume of the new Captain America series included a controversial twist that borderline anti-Semitic.
Amy Schumer’s parody sketch, ‘Katfish,’ has her seeking help to find out whether the Jake Gyllenhaal she met in a ferret fanatics chatroom is the Hollywood heartthrob himself.
At the age of 96, Dr. Henry Heimlich has saved the life of a patient using his eponymous maneuver. Talya Zax explains the heroic story and complicated history of the retired Jewish physician.
When editor Lauren Wein read Hungarian novelist Peter Gardos’s novel “Fever at Dawn,” she discovered a surprising resonance with the tale of her grandmother and great aunt who survived the camps.
Best known for “A Raisin in the Sun,” Lorraine Hansberry followed that play up with a drama set in a leftist Jewish milieu. Jesse Oxfeld reviews “The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window” at Chicago’s Goodman Theatre.
Nearly 100 years ago, ten percent of the population in what was then known as Palestine were Christian. Today, they comprise two percent in the Palestinian territories and their numbers are dwindling. Danish journalist has authored “The Last Supper: The Plight of Christians in Arab Lands,” from which this passage has been excerpted to figure out why.
Wherein our reviewer wonders just how many recipes for chopped liver, latkes and brisket the world needs — but finds solace in a terrific dip and excellent apple crisp.
Non-Orthodox activists for prayer rights at the Western Wall are fighting for face time with the government as the deadline for a compromise on the egalitarian plaza plan approaches.
Not only is this dip incredibly easy to make, but it mades for a fantastic and unusual first course.
This simple apple crisp works equally well with pitted plums or a combination of plums and apples.
Bibi’s naming of Avigdor Lieberman as defense minister brings the long-simmering tensions between Israel’s military and civilian leaderships to a boil, J.J. Goldberg writes.
Florida police have arrested a man suspected of the murder of Dan Markel, a Jewish law professor who was shot in his Tallahassee driveway in 2014.
The dustup over Debbie Wasserman Schultz is a very tough reminder that the Democratic Party had better get used to moving to the left, Ari Paul argues.
At his Knesset swearing-in speech, longtime Temple Mount activist and new Likud lawmaker Yehuda Glick called for an end to the ban on Jewish prayer at the Jerusalem compound.