America paid Iran $1.7 billion in cash—funds that by law were not to be released unless and until Iran paid what it owed to American victims of its terrorism.
As a powerful new exhibit shows, the 16th president felt a close connection to the Jewish people. Why?
He did. A recent book is a damning polemic against him and also against America’s most politically connected Jewish leader. Yet it’s hard to imagine things ending differently.
A posthumous collection edited by his son Daniel clarifies the great columnist’s legacy to American, and to Jewish, discourse.
Why do we Anglicize some names and not others?
It’s not why you think.
Desperate to preserve the nuclear deal, Iran with the help of its Western friends is creating just enough turmoil to make America, and not it, appear eager for war.
The untold story of Israeli hydrodiplomacy, from the 1950s until now.
A leading historian of American Judaism discusses Abraham Lincoln’s fascination with the Jews—and Jews’ fascination with Lincoln.
After decades of wariness, the two nations are being drawn together by common interests and shared fears.
They can’t vote in person right now, but that’s not stopping undergraduates at one of the world’s most prestigious universities from trying to pass a boycott of Israel.
Fifty years on, no work by or about Jews has won American hearts so thoroughly. So what’s my problem?
The Israeli NGO won international attention last week for claiming to expose IDF malfeasance in Gaza. It exposed something else.
“Oh, just some words that my family always says when we enter a church.”