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"If he says 'Good morning' and then 'Happy birthday,' he has no heart. If he says 'Happy birthday' before 'Good morning,' he’s an idiot."
In ‘Whistleblower,’ Susan Fowler reveals the toll of speaking out against Uber.
Jerusalem Post readers send us their snaps and shots from the week.
A powerful story told in this unrated, 1 hour and 32 minute long film.
They can have a good laugh at these misadventures and chose to take in stride even the more frustrating roadblocks to their absorption.
As I struggled to pass a 3-cm-high step without tipping myself over, the people of Israel around me mostly busied themselves with their phones
A translated article about his grandfather, a Hungarian-Slovak storyteller, who wrote 25 years ago under the original title “The Death Camps Were Liberated Fifty Years Ago.”
When I entered the American army in 1965 as a Jewish chaplain, I was unaware of what Lincoln had done to ensure there could be a Jewish chaplaincy.
Toronto native Yehudit Shier moved to Israel in 1973, in the middle of the Yom Kippur War. She was only 18.
More youth have been employed or doing their national service in hospitals, under a new framework.
How a Scandinavian grandmother is leaving a permanent footprint in the sands of Israel.
The Local Testimony (Edut Mekomit) exhibition currently on display at the Eretz Israel Museum in Ramat Aviv is a microcosm of the Israeli reality.
Works about racism, drug cartels, climate change and Elizabethan England are on deck.
The challenges of raising two special-needs children from foster care and conflicting parenting styles proved too stressful for her husband. Devorah, however, was determined to proceed with adoption.
While Jewish law does not have a doctrine of binding precedent, there is still a notion of persuasive precedent.
It’s highly doubtful that anyone visiting Palmahim Beach a while back would have taken much notice of the two young women sitting on the sand together engrossed in conversation.
From the Russian Revolution to the earliest days of the State of Israel, a young man’s idealism and hard work continue to inspire today.
2020 marks 300 years since we were gifted with the extraordinary Torah mind of the Vilna Gaon.
Our friends, when we told them of our plans, mostly thought we were nuts. “Why would you go to Egypt?” - “Aren’t you scared to go to Egypt?!”
To understand how we’ve been led down a path to poor health let’s look at the influences that have been shaping our eating habits. We’ve been subjected to myths, untruths and misinformation.
Halina Silber tells her story of being saved via Schindler’s list and rebuilding her life in America.
Will the most recent election lead to balancing out some of the latest trends so that conflict over the rule of law calms down a bit?
Yiddish is doing a lot better than Hopi or Gaelic.
What do see across the country.