In a major step for Orthodox leadership, 16 prominent rabbis warn Jewish institutions about Yosef Mizrachi, a lecturer with a cult-like following.
Avital Chizhik-Goldschmidt is a journalist living in New York City. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Tablet, The Forward and Moment, among other publications. She teaches journalism at Yeshiva University's Stern College for Women, and can be reached on Twitter at @avitalrachel.
I had assumed that women would protest sexism and sexual assault at the ballot box, and vote instead for the first woman president. But, it appears, race is stronger than gender.
America's religious Jews worry about a resurgence of anti-Semitism, and the GOP candidate taps into that fear, despite the alt-right's Jew hatred.
Esther Farbstein is the leading Haredi scholar on the Shoah, shining a much-needed light on the struggles of observant Jews during WWII. But she worries that the Holocaust has become too big a part of modern Jewish identity.
The Republican presidential candidate attempts to court Russian and Orthodox Jewish communities with his own brand of conservatism and diehard support of Israel.
Failed Messiah says farewell: Shmarya Rosenberg reflects on a decade of airing the dirty laundry of Orthodox communities, from kosher slaughterhouse scandals to sexual abuse.
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.
In 1900 Harlem was the world’s largest Jewish community, after Krakow and the Lower East Side.
Infighting pushes some ultra-Orthodox rabbis to ban university studies for women, but many female students say the decision puts them in an impossible situation and vow to keep learning.
As New York community honors Morocco's WWII king, Diaspora Jews increase their links with moderate Arab countries, quietly forming a bridge between them and Israel.