Can the two comedy stars capture the feel of the twisted story — and its Jewishness?
Hugs and kisses at crowded buffet lines are still discouraged, but there are ways to celebrate that reduce the risk of COVID transmission.
Critics have blasted Netanyahu's decision to stay in the residence this long.
Approaches to higher education alternatives as affected by COVID-19 confront Alan Drimmer as he moves into the presidency of Cleary University July 1.
Through Mission Point Press in Traverse City, Deborah Hochberg chose 50 poems for her book "Waiting for the Snow: Poems."
Several Palestinians were injured during clashes with Israeli police after a week of increased violence on the Gaza border.
After watching The Story of Late Night?, a six-part series on CNN, Al Muskovitz writes about the evolution of the late-night talk show host.
In his new book ‘The Fight for Free Speech,’ author, professor, and ABC News legal counsel Ian Rosenberg cites 10 contemporary cases that highlight how fragile that freedom is.
The Torah emphasizes Shabbat more than any other ritual because it provides the most profound physical, financial and emotional evidence that one is serious about a relationship with God.
For the first year that the day marking the end of slavery in the U.S. will be observed as a federal holiday.
A dining success story celebrates its third anniversary.
His family in Metro Detroit is urgently publicizing his plight to create pressure on Myanmar to free him.
The attacks raise fears that the recent cease-fire could be in jeopardy.
References to and stories about Louis Dembitz Brandeis can be found in every decade in the pages of the Detroit Jewish Chronicle and the JN in the William Davidson Digital Archive of Jewish Detroit History.