Is this the end of American Jewry’s golden age?
In an excerpt from the new novel by the London-based writer, going over old stories
Seeking human connection and solidarity, within and without the Jewish community, in the wake of Pittsburgh
Ep. 142: In honor of July 4th, we’re celebrating the diversity of American Jewish life with stories from Oklahoma, Maine, Colorado, and beyond
Episode 138: Ruby Namdar on his newly translated novel, The Ruined House, and writer Taffy Brodesser-Akner on what Philip Roth taught her about being an American Jew
A new lecture series by Rabbi Meir Soloveichik offers unexpected insights into the Jewish ideas that influenced America’s founders
Sandy Koufax’s decision not to play on Yom Kippur during the ’65 World Series is cemented into American-Jewish mythology. But Greenberg did the same thing decades prior, arguably during tougher times.
Our readers—both supporters and detractors of the Iran nuclear deal—want answers from Barack Obama. Here are the points they hope he addresses in his speech to the American Jewish community today.
All is not as it was for Jews in America
‘All Jews are born equal, but some Jews are more equal than others’
New study assesses impact of 2014 Gaza war on Jewish opinion