Here are the statistics—about relationships, Israel, religion and volunteering—that stand out
A new book of cocktail recipes (and more) offers an inspiring way to toast Jacob Adler, the star of Yiddish theater
Seventy years after the Slovak National Uprising, the author and director of the Museum of Jewish Culture in Bratislava addresses the role of anti-Semitism, the Catholic Church, and the fate of Jozef Tiso during World War II
The dolphin accused of spying for Israel, plus Jason Zinoman on the new Jewish comedy and Dan Savage on a doomed West Germany romance
Arkansan Jacob Trieber, the first Jewish district judge in the U.S., handed down a landmark civil rights ruling in 1903. The fight continues over 100 years later in the NAACP’s ‘Journey for Justice’ march.
‘It’s important to assist people in need whenever you can,’ said the comedian. ‘We don’t see it often enough.’
Barack Obama will address the Jewish community on Friday afternoon. We want to hear from you.
Citing a lack of enough ‘tomato solids,’ the Health Ministry ruled that the iconic American red sauce must now be labeled ‘tomato seasoning’ rather than ‘ketchup’
Fragments of Jewish tombstones and remnants of Soviet bomber-fighter planes among items found
On-the-ground dispatch details how Gaza’s military forces deliberately endangered their own civilians by using them as ‘living shields’
‘I think in general it’s never going to be trendy to be observant or religious in Hollywood circles’
Yishai Schlissel, who has refused legal representation, was defiant in court