Its founder, a Palestinian-American entrepreneur from the West Bank, hopes his model, located in suburbia, will eventually be replicated in big cities
How did this New York suburb, which decades ago suffered from racism and anti-Semitism, evolve into an example of coexistence?
A new exhibit at the Tenement Museum in New York tells the story of newcomers after World War II, from Holocaust survivors to the Chinese families that populate the Lower East Side today
The founder of the most popular news website in the U.S. embarks on a new initiative aimed at reducing our dependence on technology
Since Trump took office, Christian Indonesians who moved to the U.S. illegally decades ago after fleeing discrimination and persecution live under the specter of expulsion. One church in New Jersey has offered sanctuary to a few of them
Artificial sweeteners cause cancer? Only in mice. Eggs increase cholesterol? Nonsense. Red meat is dangerous? The alternative is a lot more so. Dr. Aaron Carroll, author of 'The Bad Food Bible,' wants to put sanity back on the dinner table
With seven floors and 300,000 titles, the bookstore Argosy founded by Louis Cohen is going strong under his three daughters
Chavie Weisberger married a man she’d barely met and suffered for years until she realized she was a lesbian. But her greatest battle was yet to come
There were some 1,500 of them in the city in the 30s; now there are about 20. The new breed has some of the same food, but everything else is gone. "The problem is that you dont have spaces for Jews to get together"
Daniel Ellsberg, the military intelligence contractor who leaked the Pentagon Papers in 1971, tells Haaretz his opinions about Vietnam, Trump, Snowden and the chances of nuclear war
David Axelrod was a special adviser to Obama and worked on the Mideast peace process. He believes Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital is indicative of a ‘confused’ foreign policy, which could have dangerous implications for Israel
Only 14 minutes by car separate two worlds that are so close yet so far apart: a story of a Palestinian neighborhood and a nearby Jewish-Israeli hub in the middle of New Jersey
An exhibition of works by Guantánamo Bay detainees, currently on display in Manhattan, has triggered a storm involving the Pentagon, artistic freedom and American guilt
Google and Facebook are relying on human solutions in the war on fake news, but that's not enough. Two U.S. professors are developing a more effective weapon
Josiane Mansoura reveals the confectionery's checkered history over three continents, the secret of its success, and why rich Syrians like Trump