The crusader against anti-Semitism on why 2013 was bad for the Jews—and why fixing the world starts with fixing ourselves
Main image showed the teenage Palestinian suspect’s grieving mother
Meanwhile, new settlement plans create a new crisis
The court case of John and Amelia Goldberg, as seen in the New York Times
Reports of cooperation between Israel, Gulf States against Iran’s nuclear program
The anointed king of American letters’ eccentric new book, ‘The Kraus Project,’ is also hate mail for our shallow culture
Rachel Kushner’s new novel The Flamethrowers is overly cool and stylish. So, why do the critics swoon for her?
Or perhaps the most Jewish ‘Times’ correction ever
The New York of the young novelist’s vividly imagined Odds Against Tomorrow looks an awful lot like us
The Israeli clarinetist continues to turn heads
How to gauge Jewish stress
Once again, The Scroll gets results
BDS opposes a two-state solution, but you wouldn’t know it from the media
Journalist, poet and New York Times editor dies at 88
From subtle to egregious, major media outlets drop the ball
How the statistician has permanently changed the polling game
Jodi Rudoren makes a pretty big gaffe
Jodi Rudoren, Tu B’Av, David Broza, and Masada
Plus Paul’s delegates, Hitler’s vices, and more
Jewish voters are a reliable Democratic bloc. But the Republican Party established the first platform on Israel—and brought the Democrats along.
The 1960s radical decades ago switched his politics, fleeing the New Left to become a conservative provocateur. Then the right wing left him behind.
Obama has bullied the Jewish state more than any president in history, according to op-ed pages and partisans. They said the same about Reagan.
If I quit Goldman, can I get NYT real estate, too?
Charges have dogged American Jews since the 1868 election, as Jonathan Sarna explains in ‘When General Grant Expelled the Jews’
Blogger and author Meg Keene tackles the messy reality of wedding planning, from dealing with toxic relatives to facing terminal illness
Herman Wouk wrote a foundational text for American postwar Modern Orthodoxy, and for the emancipated Jewish literature in its wake
New Jerusalem bureau chief talks to Tablet
Plus, Joe Trippi speaks about her coverage of the Dean campaign
Journalism’s most controversial post gets a new steward