Beyond CNN's Jake Tapper's criticisms of Sarsour and her shots back calling him an 'alt-right' internet attacker are some not-so-subtle Jewish undercurrents
ACLU's national political director says 'the government cannot, consistent with the First Amendment, punish U.S. persons based solely on their expressed political beliefs'
Nederlandse Spoorwegen, the railway company responsible for transporting approximately 100,000 Dutch Jews to their deaths, is resisting calls to pay compensation to victims
Nassau County lawmaker Howard Kopel asked county attorney to see if the concert venue has to comply with the anti-BDS legislation
Only 1 out of 105 violent anti-Semitic crimes in 2016 was prosecuted; British campaign calls for government review of police responses to anti-Semitism
'You Attacked, Humiliated and Robbed Me of a Job': Chicago Dyke March Reporter Finally Breaks Silence
Hammond, who is Jewish, told JTA that in the wake of her article, she received dozens of threatening anonymous phone calls
'I’m Jon Stewart, I’m a talk show host as well. I was. A few years ago. And I’m a Jew.'
Kushner, Trump's son-in-law, sold the bonds earlier this year, but did not include them in his initial March financial disclosure
Two wines that had been withdrawn from shelves in Ontario have been given the green light to receive 'Made in Israel' label under Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement
The gaffe was documented on Twitter by Mediaite editor Jon Levine