The UCLA student government passed a resolution on March 3 alleging that the Israeli government is committing “ethnic cleansing” against the Palestinians. The Journal obtained...
Five students shared their experiences with on-campus anti-Semitism during a March 2 panel.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken wrote in a February 23 letter to American Zionist Movement President Richard D. Heideman that the Biden administration “enthusiastically...
Newsom’s own behavior suggests that he is preparing a campaign to defeat the recall.
When the stakes are so high, permanence is everything.
The United States cares about Iran — but not as much as Iran or Israel do.
Beit Hillel understood that “the purpose of learning isn’t to affirm our beliefs; it’s to evolve our beliefs.”
The horrible images coming out of Texas this week, with millions of people losing electricity amidst freezing temperatures, is an excruciating example of the power of electricity in dictating our lives.
A United States federal appeals court sent Arkansas’ anti-Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) law back to a lower court on February 12. The case in...
During the earliest weeks of lockdown, I felt as though everyone I knew was sitting shiva together.
If you want to fight anti-Semitism, fight anti-Semites.
By giving us true rest and a place for quiet contemplation, the sanctity of Shabbat can help us find that inner voice.
A son of Holocaust survivors has helped provide the vaccine that will save countless lives.
In California, it’s tricky to predict earthquakes, but it appears a big one is coming, and it’s threatening to topple Governor Gavin Newsom’s political career.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) issued a statement on February 3 stating that although he condemns Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene’s (R-Ga.) past social...
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