Lessons from Italian-American anti-fascist Carlo Tresca, and from the Civil Rights era
My great-great-grandmother’s letters—in Ladino—paint a portrait of the Sephardic community on the Isle of Rhodes, moments before it was destroyed in the Holocaust
What Rabbi Elvis taught me about myself and God
An art form created by Jews opens a new chapter in diversity and representation of minorities
At the late comedian’s 86th birthday party, a question arose: Is there a needier, more agonizingly ambitious figure in American popular culture than Jerry Lewis?
For decades, Tottenham Spurs fans have used the slur as a badge of pride. Now the Football Association wants them to stop.
In our new political landscape, radicals on all sides find something to like in the German philosopher
How did a city that gave us one of the nation’s most thriving Jewish communities become ground zero for anti-Semitic agitation?
Known in Israel as “Doctor Fear,” the political strategist gave the prime minister his 1996 upset victory
For the second time in a decade, the photography giant pays a hefty fine for treating its Hispanic employees unfairly
No, really: It’s right there in the Talmud
Five years into the seven-year ‘Daf Yomi’ cycle of Talmud study, our columnist pauses to reflect on what the ancient text has taught him about being Jewish today
A look back at the original American campus sex scandal, and whose lives it actually changed
How did Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s July visit with Benjamin Netanyahu fit into the last quarter-century of Indo-Israeli relations?
Rokhl’s Golden City: A day in Coney Island
An off-track exhibit at the Accademia puts the New York School painter in the company of Titian, Tintoretto, and, weirdly, the Italian Nobel prize-winning poet Eugenio Montale
Excerpts from Dame Antonia Fraser’s 1978 diary of her and the playwright’s trip to Israel reveal a dusty cosmopolitan land still finding its way in a changing world