WASHINGTON (JTA) — Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., was alone among the ten Democratic presidential candidates at the first debate ...
(JTA) — On June 20, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a four-story-high cross on government land abutting a major road — ...
(JTA) — Jack Hughes, even at 18, is no stranger to making history. And now he’s done it again, becoming the first Jewish ...
CHICAGO (JTA) — Walking into SketchPad, a visitor at first may think it’s no different than any number of popular co-working ...
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Jason Greenblatt, President Trump’s top Middle East negotiator, led Jewish prayer services at a synagogue ...
WASHINGTON (JTA) — After Iran announced that it will abandon further commitments agreed to under the 2015 nuclear deal, ...
(JTA) — The other day, my Catholic mother-in-law again implored me, her sole Jewish daughter-in-law, to watch “The Marvelous ...
AMSTERDAM (JTA) — When a scandal began to brew around her use of Anne Frank as a stage name, a 25-year-old rapper from the ...
The American Technion Society supports visionary education and world-changing impact through the Technion-Israel Institute of ...
BARCELONA, Spain (JTA) — Tucked away in one of the narrow streets of this city’s El Call neighborhood, a former Jewish ghetto ...
(JTA) — In Jewish communities around the world, there is a little known group of men and women dedicated to performing the ...
‏(JTA) — A key ally of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn who was suspended from the British party for sayings it is “too apologetic ...