Dispatch from the majority-Muslim Southeast Asian nation, where scapegoats have been in high demand lately
The writer’s new collection of personal essays and newspaper columns will make you laugh until you cry
A tribute to the great Zucker-Abrahams comedies of the 1980s and 1990s, it is easily among the most Jewish things on TV
Alarming calls are being made to many schools in Britain, but they are believed to be a hoax
Tracing the Jewish roots of the presidential hopeful, from Burlington to the kibbutz and back
Can poet Linda Zisquit keep the enlightenment ideal of the salon alive in Israel?
In their quest to understand Jews better, popular Chinese authors and bloggers offer up facts and myths about everything from the Talmud to anti-Semitism
A 2015 job posting for a graphic designer in France listed a peculiarly specific—and discriminatory—characteristic in its search for the right candidate
Meet Gabe Greenberg, the New Orleans rabbi who gives Café du Monde its kosher certification
Dreams were fulfilled on this weekend when Bernie Sanders and Larry David acted in the same sketch on ‘SNL’
Governor Andrew Cuomo moves forward, Oklahoma and Michigan move backward
It’s like Rosh Hashanah for football fans. Or is it like Passover? Whatever it is, it’s something familiar for Jews.
This week’s ‘Daf Yomi’ features captives, kidnappers, and extortionists; ransom, escape, and stonings—and black magic
When the election hits home, what’s a parent to do?
Just as reporter Jason Rezaian was freed from two years in captivity, the paper of record was selling luxury tours to Tehran. Why?
Obama’s long game is a complete restructuring of the balance of power in the region—but with what results?
This week on Unorthodox: Word maven Lizzie Skurnick wants to know your favorite expression, and writer Bill Schulz says he inspired the worst character in ‘Trainwreck’