In European Jewry’s longest-running song contest, Israel is always a winner

Many think Israel could triumph at Eurovision. It was already the star at a song contest for Europe's Jewish youth in Milan.

We need a rabbinic resistance to the religious right

A progressive faith tradition must make itself heard, writes the chief executive officer of the Central Conference of American Rabbis.

Weinstein company releases employees from nondisclosure agreements involving sexual misconduct

Harvey Weinstein was dismissed from the company shortly after dozens of women came forward to make public accusations.

Mayim Bialik says haters won’t prevent her from defending Israel on...

The "Big Bang Theory" star said she has been the subject of anti-Semitic attacks on social media.

Israel acknowledges it destroyed Syrian nuclear reactor in 2007

The news was released Wednesday after the IDF Military Censor cleared it for publication, 10-and-a-half years after the attack took place.

How matzah became a household item for non-Jews in the Netherlands

Interfaith borrowing in Holland created local supply and demand for the tasteless crackers among millions of Christians who buy them in the supermarket all year.