Visitors to the Rebbe’s tomb ask Hashem for help, while those davening to the golden calf of D.C. politics get spurned
Stopping in Washington, D.C., to march for Israel on our trip Across the Jew.S.A
How the Fourth of July brought me closer to my Jewish identity and changed my understanding of America
Bookworm: The Washington hand’s debut thriller ‘The Hellfire Club’ delivers
A bill to commission a sculpture of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning writer and Holocaust activist has been introduced by members of Congress
And what their French origins, and their waning and rising relevance to the power structures over the centuries, say about the new Washington
Why do so many Americans mistake what typically signals a failure of democracy for democracy itself?
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump prepare their move to Washington, D.C.
America’s Moral Collapse in Syria: Why hasn’t the administration done anything about Syria, and won’t? Because the Iran Deal.
The new anti-government handbook ‘The Fractured Republic’ confuses a fantasized past for a utopian future
Built in 1876, Adas Israel—the actual building itself—will be moved for a third time
When Orthodox rabbis march on Washington, D.C. this week to protest the Iran deal, it won’t be the first time they’ve tried to influence American foreign policy.
Obama met with Jewish leaders this week in a private meeting in D.C., followed by a curious speech the next day
The mikveh-peeping rabbi, who pleaded guilty to voyeurism in February, will be sentenced tomorrow. What will it be?
Today we celebrate the anniversary of the first-ever march on Washington, led by Frank Kameny
Netanyahu spoke effectively, if predictably. But what impact will he have?
Freundel faces up to 52 years in jail for filming Washington, D.C. mikvah
Comedian interviews Michelle Obama and Big Bird for Billy on the Street