Bill de Blasio has been kissing Al Sharpton’s ring for years. What has he known that the rest of us are only now learning?
A conversation with Ariel Helwani, a Montreal Jew of Mizrahi extraction whose climb to the top of mixed martial arts journalism just landed him a new show on ESPN
Andrew Yang represents something new and exciting in American politics but we may not like where it leads
As Congress investigates the Twitter account behind the viral Covington video, the media’s role in weaponizing tweets is being overlooked
The response to the attack on ‘Charlie Hebdo’ was a pivotal moment that foreshadowed the political crisis in Western societies
After a series of reversals on Syria, U.S. officials suggest they won’t be making any sudden moves, while Israel calls for recognition of sovereignty over the Golan Heights
Announcing a series of responses to Paul Berman’s opus on ‘The American Left’ from writers across the political spectrum
Taking stock of the forever war
Teresa Shook, who came up with the idea for the march, says its current leaders allowed anti-Semitism to become part of the group’s platform
Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman resigned Wednesday after a deal was reached with Hamas, prompting speculation that early elections will be called
Just days ago, millions of dollars meant to buy calm finally made it into cash-starved Gaza—so why does Israel now appear to be on the brink of another war with Hamas?
The closest thing the Marvel universe had to a real superhero is gone
When you want to condemn anti-Semitism but Jews keep getting in the way
The suspect appears to be connected to anti-Semitic social media posts
A shooter who opened fire during Shabbat services Saturday morning is reported to be in police custody
The privacy consultant for Google’s ‘smart city’ just resigned. Is it possible that the company doesn’t really care about protecting privacy?
An explosive device was left at the upstate N.Y. home of billionaire George Soros, a frequent target of far-right and anti-Semitic conspiracy theories
It’s that time of year again: All week Tablet takes stock of the state of American academia and university life
Sidney Shachnow, who survived the Holocaust and became a highly decorated officer in the U.S. Army Special Forces, died last month at 83
Things are gonna slide in all directions
In the event of capture, Sonia carried two hand grenades: ‘One for the enemy, and one for myself’
Germany’s ‘unique relationship’ with Israel is colliding with its new closeness to Iran
An Israeli delegation will share evidence about the accidental shootdown of a Russian jet by Syrian air defense forces
Syrian forces shooting down a Russian jet may not be Israel’s fault after all
American-born Netanyahu spokesman David Keyes has been accused of sexual assault and misconduct
Fear tactics in the New York governor’s race cheapen the danger of anti-Semitism
Two former British prime ministers issue stark warning about anti-Semitism in the Labour Party
In a speech last week Bibi celebrated strength and power, but to what end?
‘The Village Voice’ is dead
An ace fighter pilot and friend to presidents who served with U.S. forces in WWII, fought with Israel in ’48, and retired as a high school teacher in Miami