JTAMay 19, 2022
The man charged with killing 10 people at a Buffalo, NY supermarket on May 14 allegedly was motivated by an online manifesto attributed to himself, Payton Gendron, 18.
Ron Kampeas, JTAMay 19, 2022
Anti-Semitism is often not taken seriously until it becomes deadly, said Deborah Lipstadt at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum on May 12, her first talk since her Senate...
JNSMay 12, 2022
Since The Harvard Crimson’s endorsement of the anti-Israel BDS movement two weeks ago, a group of more than 70 members of Harvard’s faculty has begun a petition to...
JTAMay 05, 2022
For years, the editorial board of the Harvard Crimson, the student newspaper at Harvard University, has declined to back the movement to boycott Israel, even as it...
Ron Kampeas, JTAApr 28, 2022
Liz Cheney, the Wyoming congresswoman who is perhaps the fiercest critic of Donald Trump, isn’t too popular in her party: The House Republican caucus demoted her from...
JTAApr 28, 2022
President Joe Biden accepted an invitation to visit Israel amid differences between the allies over how best to contain Iran and the White House’s concern over...
Penny Schwartz, JTAApr 21, 2022
BOSTON — Barry Jacobson spent 40 days in prison in 1983 after being convicted of setting a fire at his Massachusetts vacation home. He spent the next 40 years pressing...
JTAApr 14, 2022
The reports are coming fast and furious from the Costcos, butcheries and grocery stores of America: Kosher chicken is hard to come by.
Chris LeppekApr 07, 2022
It’s more than a thousand miles from Denver to Cincinnati, but a decision that will be made there next week is sure to reverberate in the Mile High City and everywhere...
Andrew Lapin, JTAApr 07, 2022
When the rabbi at the center of January’s synagogue hostage standoff first encountered the stranger who would soon hold him at gunpoint, he served him a cup of tea.
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