A response to Liel Leibovitz
With Sec. John Kerry re-engaging in Middle East peace negotiations, the thorny issue of cash for refugees returns to the fore
Supreme Court decision will make BRCA mutation testing more accessible
What a newly-released UJA study reveals
The first graduating class at Yeshivat Maharat may not have the title, but they do have jobs at Orthodox synagogues
A look at the economist’s troubling relationship with the Jews
“Always right, never fair and relevant as ever”
Some historians see the best-selling writer’s new novel The Storyteller as trash. Here’s why they are wrong.
The quixotic quest to read meaning in the patterns of a bizarre manuscript that has bedeviled scholars for years
An update on Friday’s big story
The leader of a historic Lower East Side synagogue wants to tear it down to build luxury condos
Does a rock in New Mexico show the Ten Commandments in ancient Hebrew? Harvard professor says yes.
A brilliant young Harvard Ph.D. faces jail for impersonating a Bible scholar—and rival of his father