The travesty that unfolded in Cleveland
A postcard leads to a discovery of a Jewish family’s lost vineyard in Hungary
Eliaz Cohen believes one way to break the one-state/two-state dichotomy might be to combine them, in an attempt to avoid ‘righting a wrong’ by creating another wrong
The Vermont senator did everything in his power to unify the party behind its nominee—and against Donald Trump. Will it be enough?
Why is she hated?
As Joshua Rubenstein’s new ‘The Last Days of Stalin’ makes clear, an empire that sows fear reaps it
Can we live in a free and open society while also protecting kids from ideas that offend us?
It seems Michael Flynn, once considered a vice presidential candidate, is still learning how to use Twitter
A writer finds it challenging to commemorate the period between the Seventeenth of Tammuz and Tisha B’Av, a period of mourning known as The Three Weeks
Is Houston Astros prospect Alex Bregman the next Hank Greenberg? We’ll know soon enough.
The Syrian American Council operates in a challenging political climate, as civil war rages on in Syria, and attention to the crisis flags in the U.S.
In this week’s ‘Daf Yomi,’ the rabbis spin out all the hypotheticals—and then some—from a few simple verses from Exodus about open pits and a goring ox to see who might be at fault when things go wrong
What ‘Star Trek’ can teach us about no-win situations
For one, not to underestimate the impact of her just getting there
Id meet ego. Ego, id. The celebrated, controversial, highly self-aware filmmaker’s new ‘Café Society’ is about himself—but who is that?
Tablet Original Fiction: A Jewish heretic wants to read—literature
‘I thought I knew something about what being Jewish means. Then my wife and I started looking into summer camps for our son.’