If you’ve been to New York lately, and to Manhattan in particular, you must have noticed that a lot of storefronts are standing empty.
Thousands protest white supremacist Richard Spencer’s visit to university. 'This may be one spark, but if you don’t make it clear you’re going to stamp it out, it can catch and spread like wildfire,' one professor says.
With Castro's passing, a look at the challenges endured and privileges enjoyed by the small Jewish community in the Communist island.
The real, absolute power in New Square is Rabbi David Twersky, 76; locals are allowed to pray only in his synagogue, and a resident was severely burned by a neighbor when he dared stray.
This Day in Jewish History 1907: 'Master of Darkness': The Esoteric Life of a Jewish Occultist Called Israel
Regardie published the secret teachings of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn because he anticipated the 'destruction of Western civilization as we know it in the Northern Hemisphere.' Critics said the move was divisive.
Trump's victory is a generational shift, a global backlash against an entire set of liberal values and assumptions.
Wilhelm Reich was respected, briefly, but the psychoanalytical community decided that whatever else he had right, physically probing patients wasn't key to mental health.
Seventy-two percent of non-Orthodox American Jews marry non-Jews. But two decades of a dubious strategy to engage intermarried Jews by rebranding Jewish communal life as 'welcoming' and 'inclusive' has completely failed.
To expose the moral and ideological foundations of the dispute between right and left, one must present the fundamental assumptions that have shaped the views of the right throughout history.
This Day in Jewish History 1977: Pop Artist Roy Lichtenstein, Who Couldn't Help but See the Humor, Dies
After fighting in WWII, Roy Fox Lichtenstein had a stab at Abstract Expressionism, then his son challenged him to draw a decent Mickey Mouse.