Decades ago, her predecessor Eugene Meyer was targeted as a ‘moneylender’—but now Jews are celebrated for financial prowess
Innocent people shouldn’t fear walking down the street, whatever their faith—and everyone must push back against the madness
The lingering effects of his massive Ponzi scheme on a century-old youth group, a Boston philanthropist, and small investors
In his new book, Israeli journalist Ari Shavit argues that without Israel, secular Jewish life will vanish. Six American Jews reply.
But in December 1963, the new president made up the date, honoring a long Jewish friendship
And half of Millennials who identify as Jews come from mixed families—a story of retention, not assimilation
Supporting Israel requires American evangelical Christians to square their theological beliefs with the modern Jewish state. Can they?
For decades, shared interests kept all three players in a mutually beneficial relationship, but its end might not be such a bad thing
Two decades ago, Jewish leaders in Borough Park and Williamsburg built a new constituency. Can Muslims do the same?
Life is back to normal, but for elderly residents of Brighton Beach, the storm was a reminder that nowhere is totally safe
Joe Hynes faces an unprecedented electoral defeat after longtime Jewish supporters leave his side
From his first City Council race in 2000, the frontrunner in New York’s mayoral election has courted Jewish support
For those too young to remember the Cold War but old enough to be trapped by the Great Recession, Marxism holds new appeal
Biographer Seth Lipsky talks about Abraham Cahan, his political sway, and the evolution of the Jewish press
Ella German declined Oswald’s proposal, putting him on course to return to the U.S.—where he would assassinate the president