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Sheryl Sandberg ended the year she lost her husband with another prolific post on Facebook — this time, about her New Year’s resolution.
Last year may have been traumatic for France and its Jews, but it was a pretty good one for Rudy Abecassis.
Elizabeth Swados, the Jewish composer, director and author of numerous works including “Runaways” has died at the age of 64. The Forward remembers her artistic and spiritual legacy.
Tunisian Jews called on their government to discipline the president of a soccer club who is accused of making an anti-Semitic slur against a Jewish referee.
After months without heat or hot water, tenants in the Carnegie Deli building are finally able to remove the multiple layers they were wearing to stay warm, and to wash again.
Brooklyn Seltzer Boys’ Alex Gomberg is establishing a new business model for a product so old-fashioned that the bottles used to contain it are up to a century old. And the egg cream features prominently in his plan.
On the campaign trail, Bernie Sanders cited The Bible to decry exorbitant credit card interest rates as “usury.” But, according to Aviya Kushner, Sanders’s Biblical reference is a little misleading.
The Forward’s favorite funny girl, Amy Schumer, has found love with someone other than Jennifer Lawrence and he looks like a winner!
An Israeli communications company will end its relationship with French telecommunications giant Orange next month, following a BDS controversy.
The Gaza Strip’s struggling healthcare system will get some much needed help in 2016 after the first new hospital in a decade opened its doors in the territory last month and as two more foreign-funded clinics are set to launch this year.
An Arab-Israeli merchant is offering a $10,000 cash reward for information that helps in the capture of an Arab-Israeli fugitive suspected of killing three people in two Tel Aviv shooting attacks.
The European Court of Human Rights ordered the Russian government to pay $35,000 to a Jewish activist from Moscow whom authorities illegally imprisoned at a demonstration.
A Donald Trump campaign poster on a Florida building owned by a Jewish woman was defaced to make the front running GOP candidate look like Adolf Hitler.
The BBC has released a short documentary about Jewish comedian Jerry Lewis’ never-before-seen Holocaust film.
A Florida university has fired the professor who claims the Sandy Hook school shooting, after the parents of the Jewish boy killed massacre accused him of harassment.
U.S. Rep. Steve Israel, a member of the Democratic leadership in Congress, has announced he will not seek reelection this fall, ending an eight-term career in Washington.
Jewish Israeli passengers on a flight from Athens to Tel Aviv demanded the crew remove two Arab-Israelis from the plane before allowing it to take off.
The 77-year-old author of “The Day of the Jackal” and “The Odessa File” reflects on his storied career, his meeting with David Ben-Gurion and his memories of London’s fur district.
Sheldon Adelson tossed nearly $7 million at a little-known website run by the son of his former top aide at the Las Vegas Sands Corporation. Why did the billionaire casino mogul cut off the spigot of cash?