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The Greatest Jewish Baseball Players of All Time, by Position

The dog days of summer calls for a roster of the best, from Sandy Koufax to “The Hebrew Hammer” and more

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A Tale of Two Daughters

Unexpectedly—and with great relief—Chelsea and Ivanka were not sized up together based upon their appearances. But their speeches could not have felt more different.

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Bette Midler Classic ‘Beaches’ Is Being Remade

Who but The Divine Miss M can play CC Bloom, though?

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The Chosen Ones: An Interview With Poppy King

The Australian cosmetics entrepreneur talks with us about letting her hair ‘go Jewish,’ a plastic surgeon’s office on the Upper East Side, and challenging the standards of the beauty industry

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Clinton Showcases the Seeds for Success and the Potential for Failure

In her acceptance speech, Hillary Clinton laid the foundation for a broad-based presidential coalition. But she also risked trying to be all things to all people, and coming across as lacking core convictions.

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The Case for Pokémon at Auschwitz

Playing the popular game in the death camp is a celebration, not a desecration

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How President Obama Stole the Republican Party’s Greatest Hits and Retook the American Center

During Wednesday’s DNC, the Democrats systematically appropriated traditional GOP strengths, from religion to national security, that Donald Trump had jettisoned

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Adam Silver Wants the NBA to Stand for Something

Last week, the NBA announced it would move the All-Star Game out of North Carolina in a stand against a discriminatory new law, but it comes with a price

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What Is HIPPY?

At the DNC, former U.S. President Bill Clinton touted a preschool educational program created in Israel that Hillary brought to Arkansas during his time as Governor

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Gal Gadot Excites My Eyes, Hans Zimmer Stirs My Heart

Why I’ll pay to see ‘Wonder Woman’

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The Grandeur of Hillary Clinton: Untrustworthiness and Social Progress

Why the Democratic presidential nominee’s steadfast nonideological wonkiness is less about her, and more about us

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Hello Darkness, My Old Friend

It has never been easy, even with all the accolades, to be Paul Simon. A new album, ‘Stranger to Stranger,’ shows the popular bridge-builder is still crazy after 74 years.

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Get Your (Scape)goat

This week on Unorthodox, rabbinic student Deena Gottlieb and Muslim writer and commentator Arsalan Iftikhar

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Bill Clinton Sports Hebrew Hillary Pin at Democratic National Convention

The pin was a gift from officials at the National Jewish Democratic Council, who never expected him to wear it

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Upcoming ‘Prince of Egypt’ Musical Raises Issues About Diversity in Casting

A stage adaptation in Long Island of the animated film ‘The Prince of Egypt’ is stirring some controversy over its mostly white cast

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Can Pictures Enhance Prayer?

A review of the new ‘Nehalel’ weekday siddur

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Over 50 Members of Beitar’s ‘La Familia’ Arrested in Overnight Raid

The struggle to take back the team’s reputation begins yet again

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The DNC’s Little Kosher Stand That Could

The Kosher Grill at the Wells Fargo Arena has served over 1,000 convention attendees, including Jerry Springer and Bill de Blasio

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Amar’e Stoudemire Calls it a Career

The 6’10” big man and maybe-Jew has announced his retirement. In the end, he’ll go down as a New York Knick

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Brazil in a Bowl

Just in time for the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, cook up this rich Brazilian fish stew

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Moqueca de Peixe—Brazilian Fish Stew

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The Most Holy Object in the House

What my grandmother brought with her when she fled Nazi Germany for Australia, and what she left me when she died

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WATCH: Bernie Sanders Tears Up As Brother Casts Vote for Him at Democratic Convention

Representing Democrats Abroad, the candidate’s older brother paid tribute to him and their parents

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The U.S. and Israel Are Reportedly Close to Signing a 10-year Defense Aid Deal

Amid the noise of the American presidential election, the U.S. and Israel are working out a Memorandum of Understanding—a small breakthrough in a countries’ fraying relationship