Twitter-fueled partisan insanity is preventing society from keeping Jews safe—at exactly the moment it’s most needed
Israeli-Americans, once shunned by the homeland and marginal in domestic politics, are becoming more influential and injecting new optimism into the often dour world of American-Jewish political organizations
The delay of a proposed vote on an anti-BDS bill sparks rumors of a rift among Senate Democrats and dirty tricks from Republicans
The movement is still on the fringes of American politics but with the Democrats pulling left it now has a seat inside Congress
The stars joined a storied tradition of celebrity endorsements for Y.U., stretching back to Einstein, who raised thousands for the school
An anatomy of incompetence and malice
A continued look into the skeletons in Ellison’s closet has the potential to deter some Jewish Democrats
But why isn’t New York Senator Chuck Schumer on the list?
What does a rabbi do in late August when he no longer needs to prep for High Holidays?
The White House and its allies shouldn’t need to smear American Jews–and a sitting senator–as dual loyalists to make their case