Thanks to the country’s liberal research policies, two studies are progressing that could dramatically improve the lives of autistic kids and their families
Dina Kraft is a journalist currently based in Boston and a 2012 Nieman fellow in journalism at Harvard University.
As the community addresses its basic needs, volunteers help replace Houston's Jewish prayer books before the upcoming High Holy Days
An Immigrant's Tale: How Jewish Summer Camp Became Such a Quintessential Rite of Passage for American Jews
Jewish summer camps actually began as part of a larger trend in the late 19th century to get poor kids from the inner cities out into the fresh air of the countryside and to 'Americanize' them in the process
American seminary student Ezra Schwartz was volunteering in Israel as part of his gap year when he was killed in a West Bank terror attack.
Dating from the 1960s, ‘The Choice’ was found by Wiesel’s archivist and has echoes of the author’s 1961 novel ‘Dawn.’
Activists claim ‘red lines’ within established U.S. Jewish community, such as BDS, stifle genuine debate on Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Experts talk of starting 'safely,’ of 'laying the groundwork,’ but how, and how young?
Souad Mekhennet tracked Aribert Heim - known as 'Dr. Death’ - to the small Cairo hotel in which he died in 1992.
One year after the tragedy, joy prevailed at the Boston Marathon, even if the pain can never really be left behind.
The dovish pro-Israel lobby group is delving into grass-roots activism with their 2 Campaign, a million-dollar bid to rally support for a two-state solution