What lies beneath seven years of Israeli rhetoric about Iran?
Ep. 161: Former British Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks and ‘New York Times’ writer Taffy Brodesser-Akner
A traveling museum show introduces new audiences to cartoonist and silly-machine inventor Rube Goldberg
New information from two participants at the first Women’s March meeting contradicts statement by current co-chair and corroborates a ‘contentious conversation’ about race and Jewishness took place
Understanding the Jewish billionaire—who is neither the villain of right-wing caricature, nor the angel of left-wing hagiography
A new study of old Jewish cemeteries in Europe finds the epitaphs whispering at us
Was Frida Kahlo Jewish, and does it matter? A blockbuster show at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum brings the Mexican artist’s contradictions to life.
The shortest parsha in Genesis poses some of the most difficult questions
How to brag about something that’s also kind of shameful
Bernard-Henri Lévy implores France’s protesters: Even legitimate anger does not excuse everything
57 years ago today, the verdict was read in the trial of Adolf Eichmann. Gabriel Bach, born in Germany in 1927 and educated in Berlin’s Theodore Herzl School on Adolf Hitler Square, was one of the prosecutors in the case. These are his stories.
Whether they care about social justice or spirituality or health concerns, Jewish groups are getting involved with cannabis
Millions of women mobilized against gender inequality and the election of Donald Trump in 2016. But only four of them ended up at the top—and the consequences have been enormous.
Is a Kingsborough Community College professor a racist or a victim of ‘academic mobbing’?
What we learn about Israel’s ethnocentrism by looking at groups inspired by Zionism
Is this the return of the Thought Police?
How Winston Churchill suppressed the true extent of the former King Edward VIII’s collaboration with Nazi Germany