Jodi Kantor on What’s Changed Since Her Harvey Weinstein Story
The reporting by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey about Weinstein helped transform #MeToo into a global movement. Now, the pair is out with the book "She Said."
What Does ‘Jew Down’ Mean, and Why Is It Offensive?
The term to “Jew down” was born out of stereotypes formed during medieval times about Jews being cheap or prone to hoard money.
Women’s March Board Member Billoo Removed After Two Days
The board of the Women's March announced on Twitter on Wednesday that it found some of her "public statements incompatible with the values and mission of the organization."
Jewish Agencies in Florida Prepare for Hurricane Dorian
Effects of Hurricane Dorian will be felt in Florida, then in Georgia and both North and South Carolina.
Pittsburgh Rabbi Opposes Death Penalty for Shooter
Don’t seek the death penalty for the Pittsburgh synagogue gunman. That’s the message from Rabbi Jonathan Pearlman.
Ramah Camp Denies It Removed Counselor for Her Views on Israel
Ramah in the Rockies, as a policy, does not allow staff members to discuss their own political beliefs regarding Israel or any other country.