Anti-Defamation League's freshly minted chief Jonathan Greenblatt is comfortable with the language of millennials and Silicon Valley in a way none of his predecessors were.
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Most of the jokes are Jewish by virtue of who wrote or performed them. But some explicitly reference Judaism and traits associated with it — from Yiddish accents to circumcision.
Agriprocessors was the largest kosher slaughterhouse in the U.S. and employed 90 percent of Postville's Jews before nearly 400 undocumented workers were arrested in 2008.
From an Iranian diplomat who helped Jews in France to a Muslim-Indian spy, a campaign by the I Am Your Protector group hopes to inspire coexistence by commemorating unlikely saviors.
There are worse things than having a name associated with the world-class con artist who is being featured in a new, two-part TV show this week. If this is the worst of my family’s problems, I’ll take it.
The all-important race for Jewish celebrity endorsements is just as close as the Democratic primary race. Here’s a breakdown of where things stand.
Voters appreciate Bernie Sanders' authenticity, but plan to vote all over the map.
For the last eight years, the European Jewish Congress has been led by a Russian oligarch with close ties to the Kremlin. And now, Moshe Vyacheslav Kantor has been elected to a third term – without a challenger.
JSpace, now recognized as a non-profit, aims to provide an alternative for liberal Canadian Jews increasingly sandwiched between the pro-Israel right and the anti-Zionist left.
Five hundred years after the first Ghetto was established, what it was is clear enough: a walled-off area of late medieval towns where the Jews were concentrated. But where the name came from is obscure.