It takes a bit of searching to find Sergey Brin’s office at the Googleplex. Tucked away in a corner of
Following the end of apartheid, students living in the dorms of the University of the Free State in South Africa heartily embraced integration. At first it went well, then the students chose to resegregate. What caused social progress to surge forward and then reverse course?
Why is America’s strongest faith-based bloc that opposes the war—the Jewish community—sitting this conflict out? From the front lines of
Thanks to Israel’s first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, the Jewish state was a pioneer in solar power. Now some of the country’s brightest solar innovators say they are being held back by red tape and a lack of government support.
One of the last in a lineage of great Jewish violinists, this “farm boy” of the American heartland drives a
It’s raining again, and Estrella takes her green umbrella with her. Six, seven years ago, when she could afford to
Having abandoned the left six decades ago, The 83-year-old former editor of Commentary and grumpy grandfather of the right is
Our second annual Elephant in the Room Essay Contest—in partnership with the Andrew Kukes Foundation for Social Anxiety—seeks to lessen
Nobody Knows the Tsuris I’ve Seen… “Nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen,” laments an African-American spiritual. In Yiddish, this feeling
Oliver Sacks opens the door of his lower Manhattan apartment himself because his assistant, Kate Edgar, is in the emergency