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Numbers don’t lie — but sometimes an interpretation of the numbers does. That’s the case with Daniel Polisar’s recent essay on Palestinian public opinion, Dahlia Scheindlin writes.
Barbara Gaines, the former executive producer of the Late Show with David Letterman, receives Trailblazer Award for her work in the LGBT community.
Few issues have caused more friction between Israel and the European Union than EU plans to impose labeling on goods produced in Jewish settlements on occupied land. And if Israel is right about the timing, the tensions could get worse.
In the wake of last summer’s bitter Iran debate, the chief executive of Jewish Federations of North America urged its leaders to ensure their organizations are welcoming to people of various political and religious stripes.
President Barack Obama reportedly will not intervene to allow Jonathan Pollard to travel to Israel after he is paroled from federal prison.
Yael Farber’s “Salomé” is a feminist retelling of the strange tale of the Judean princess who demanded the head of John the Baptist on a plate.
The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday rejected claims by a French comedian that his right to speak freely was denied when he was convicted and fined in France for insulting Jews.
Filmed interviews with 22 men and women who had shared the Führer Bunker with Adolf Hitler during the last four months of his life make up a new documentary.
Baseball is known as the national pastime of the United States. The same cannot be said in Israel, but a new program enlisting American Jewish ballplayers is aimed at honing the skills of Israeli hopefuls and elevating the game in the Jewish state.
In honor of Jewish book month a collection of Young Adult and Romance novels for the Sisterhood readership.
London Mayor Boris Johnson said in Tel Aviv that boycotting Israel is “foolish.”
Byron Krieger, a two-time Olympic fencer, died when a havdalah candle sparked a blaze in his Florida retirement home.
The Anti-Defamation League has called upon the new Polish Defense Minister to apologize and retract his comments about the anti-Semitic “Protocols of the Elders of Zion.”
A popular Brazilian singer has declared he will not perform again in Israel — prompting the Jewish community to accuse him of surrendering to anti-Semitism.
Despite decades of worry that American ‘children of intermarriage’ would be lost to the community, a large-scale study found that the story is more complicated, and more hopeful.
Gore Vidal once famously called William F. Buckley Jr. a “crypto-Nazi.” But Jay Parini’s new biography of a man once referred to as “America’s Biographer” reveals Vidal to have more than a few anti-Semitic tendencies himself.
The South has a reputation as a backwater for Jewish life. But a new study finds growing Jewish populations in Dixie — and they’re not all in Florida.
Actress Zooey Deschanel has converted to Judaism.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush said if given the opportunity he would kill Adolf Hitler as a baby.
Business as usual isn’t much to write home about, but sometimes it’s all one can hope for.