Sheryl and Yekutiel Wultz say Israel promised to help them sue the Bank of China for funneling money to Palestinian terrorists. Why is Bibi backtracking?
My father started rooting for Detroit when Hank Greenberg played for the Tigers. Now it’s an enduring family tradition.
Executives say they’re reaching 350 million viewers worldwide, and none of them in Hebrew
With a chance to finally elect one of their own to New York’s City Council, Russian politicos let their suspicions run wild
In Hizzoner’s absence, candidates struggle to inspire the city—and build crucial coalitions ahead of next month’s primary
With Egypt’s army clearing protesters by force, scholar Samuel Tadros explains why his country’s modernizers support military rule
At a cost of $75 million, new fortifications stand as physical reminders that peace in the north is further away than ever
How the Newark mayor’s adopted Jewish identity—shaped by his Orthodox mentors—reflects his unique brand of politics
In his new book ‘Breaking the Line,’ Sam Freedman recounts the history of a 1968 documentary that helped break color barriers
A new book by Lt. Gen. Ion Pacepa describes a Cold War effort to promote the ‘Protocols of the Elders of Zion’ in the Arab world
Despite their embrace of technology, when Israelis care enough to send the very best, they still do it the old-fashioned way
As a public figure, Anthony Weiner’s loyal spouse is sending the noxious message that men should be defended at any cost
New York Times reporter Mark Leibovich on the surprising reaction to his new book, and why his rabbi told him not to worry
Why Putin believes U.S. policies in the Middle East since the Arab Spring have been misguided, unprincipled, and dangerous
The indictment of SAC Capital may be Talmudically interesting, but as government policy it’s a disaster