Seventy years ago, two marketing geniuses harnessed the power of mass media to bring Jews into the American mainstream
The first victim of the 9/11 attacks was a veteran of an elite IDF unit, as well as an innovative Internet entrepreneur
With Weiner and Spitzer on the ballot, Talmudic scholars would say the real question is whether they’ve atoned
Why the Russian president has every reason to cross Barack Obama’s “red line” on Syria, and elsewhere in the Middle East
Rabbi says he wishes he’d been told about the danger after Kahane Chai activists posted online attacks in 2008
Giving more money to a corrupt, inept economy isn’t going to solve the problem. It is the problem.
Thomas McKittrick, head of the Swiss-based Bank for International Settlements, was a key go-between for the Axis and the Allies
In his new book, the controversial author warns against complacency, saying that prejudice against Jews is uniquely adaptable
In the wake of the military takeover, realists and neocons revisit the legacy of George W. Bush’s Freedom Agenda
As final flights of Falash Mura leave for Israel, a community of Hebrew-speakers finds it is neither Jewish nor Ethiopian enough
Last week’s rocket attack and the weekend’s car bombing in Tripoli add urgency to Israeli counterinsurgency drills
Brian Greenspun is suing to stop his siblings from undoing the legacy of their father, Hank, founder of the ‘Las Vegas Sun’
But the team’s racist episodes are the exception in a league full of Jews and Arabs competing peacefully, says a former player
The 45-year-old tech entrepreneur is on New York City’s ballot this November—but does he have his eyes on the 2017 mayoral race?
Jews, too, have a stake in the Olympic committee’s cowardly attempt to stifle gay rights protests at Sochi this winter