Today is the 60th anniversary of the firebombing of a Freedom Rider bus in Alabama. Here’s the story of the bus that (sorta) started it all.
The usually social media savvy IDF accounts are losing the PR battle to infographics critical of the Israeli government.
The practice of arranged marriages, often involving brides who are 15 or younger, continues almost unchecked and unchallenged.
“If you are Jewish and … you are living in America today, how do you support an administration that turns its back on your home country?”
When Sybil Sage worked for “The Tonight Show,” late-night TV was largely a boys’ club. Decades later, that still hasn’t changed.
According to at least two seasoned analysts, the reports were part of a misdirection by Israel to lure Hamas forces into defensive positions.
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The great Jewish actor, who lived to be 106, didn’t talk about the Hollywood blacklist until he was 91.
Synagogues are finding ways to remember how they grieved and coped.
The first Broadway production was closed down for portraying unconventional characters and the first lesbian kiss on Broadway.
Israel’s army unleashed a wider military attack on Gaza Thursday night, inaugurating a new phase in the conflict.
Michelle Caruso-Cabrera said she will travel to Israel if elected to send a message of support.
Drivers traveling down Wilshire Boulevard showed their support by honking and waving to the protesters.
Rachel Sharansky Danziger reflects on the violence consuming Israel and the death of five year-old Israeli boy, Ido Avigal.
Israel was poised to open the floodgates to foreign travelers on May 23. A resurgent Gaza conflict may put that on hold.