New Brandeis Guide Aims to Deliver the Real Deal on Israel
Brandeis faculty members collaborated with scholars from around the world to create the first curated free guide that directs global audiences to reliable sites.
OPINION: Time to Choose—Joe Biden or Donald Trump?
Two Jewish female leaders—one an active Democrat, the other an active Republican—offer their views on the presidential candidates.
Per ADL, 2019 Saw the Most Anti-Semitic Incidents in 40 Years
The ADL’s annual statistics show that anti-Semitism in the United States has been on a steady climb for much of the past decade.
Mitchell Silk Is First Hasidic Jew in a Senior Administration Slot
Silk becomes the first Hasid to hold a senior slot in a U.S. administration, the Yeshiva World News reported.
AIPAC Conference Opens With Appeals for Bipartisanship
AIPAC launched its annual conference on Sunday with an appeal for bipartisanship and potshots aimed at Bernie Sanders, the Democratic front-runner in the presidential stakes.
New York City Ads Will Feature Diverse Jewish New Yorkers
The ads, to be featured in Orthodox Jewish publications as well as in the New York Jewish Week, were created to make Jews in New York more comfortable.
House Approves $10 Million for Holocaust Education Funding
The money will be administered by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, which will disseminate curriculum materials.